Count Dracula’s Great Love, a film by Javier Aguirre, 1973

Count Dracula's Great Love, a film by Paul Naschy, 1972

Count Dracula’s Great Love, 1973

A film by Javier Aguirre

A mysterious story of vampirism, involving four women who spend the night in a deserted sanitarium, and meet a mysterious and dangerous man who may not be who, or what, he seems. Stars Paul Naschy, Rosanna Yanni, Haydée Politoff.

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Assignment: Terror (aka Dracula vs. Frankenstein), Tulio Demicheli, Hugo Fregonese, et al., 1970

Assignment: Terror (aka Dracula vs. Frankenstein), Tulio Demicheli, Hugo Fregonese, et al., 1970

Assignment: Terror (aka Dracula vs. Frankenstein, 1970

A film by Tulio Demicheli, Hugo Fregonese, Antonio Isasi-Isasmend, Eberhard Meichsner

“Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer earth by praying on man’s superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various earth monsters, including the werewolf Waldemar Daninsky, Frankenstein’s monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet, and the vampire Count de Meirhoff.” (IMDB)

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Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror, starring Max Schrek, 1922

Nosferatu

Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror, 1922

A film by F.W. Murnau

An all-time horror favorite, this silent film was originally an unauthorized, but riveting, retelling of Bram Stoker’s classic novel of love, loss and the undead. This is the most complete version in circulation, since the author’s widow demanded its destruction following successful lawsuits in the 1920s. Starring Max Schreck, who delivers a brilliant performance as the forlorn vampire, Count Orlok. (Browse our Movie Archive)