Vintage Vamps

Blood for Dracula

Following closely on the heels of 'Flesh for Frankenstein,' Paul Morrissey reimagined the timeless Transylvanian legend with a campy twist, again under the "Andy Warhol presents" banner. Starring Udo Kier as "one of cinema’s Top 5 best Draculas” (Flavorwire) and set in 1930s Italy, Blood for Dracula features the count on the prowl for the blood of virgins to sustain...Read More

Nosferatu in Venice

What was intended to be an unofficial sequel to Werner Herzog's NOSFERATU instead became one of the most notoriously fascinating productions in EuroCult history: Klaus Kinski - "now fully in the grip of the 'batsh*t crazy' phase of his career" (Rock! Shock! Pop!) - gives his penultimate performance as the legendary vampire resurrected in modern-day Venice with an in...Read More

Tender Dracula

The first and only film in which Peter Cushing portrayed a vampire is also the most unapologetically bizarre movie of his entire career. When horror’s biggest star (Cushing) announces his retirement from the genre, two dimwit screenwriters and a pair of sexy actresses are dispatched to the actor’s castle for a lavish farce d’horreur érotique of violence, whippings, ...Read More

Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula

The world deadliest gunfighter! The worlds most diabolical killer! Dracula travels to the American West, intent on making a beautiful ranch owner his next victim. Her fiance, the outlaw Billy the Kid, finds out about it and rushes to save her. A great Cheezy Flick - and one we are sure you will love as much as we did!

The Trail of Dracula

Diabolical. Seductive. Immortal. Vampires have been an icon of evil in folklore and popular culture for more than three centuries, yet only one name still personifies the ultimate aristocrat of bloodlust. Now join the world’s foremost experts on Dracula – including academics, authors and horror historians – as they explore the untold story of the Transylvanian Count...Read More

Dracula and Son

For his tenth and final screen appearance as Dracula, Christopher Lee starred - speaking fluent French - in this slyly ingenious 1976 horror comedy directed by Academy Award® nominee Édouard Molinaro (LA CAGE AUX FOLLES): When the Count and his son Ferdinand are driven from their castle by angry villagers, they are accidentally separated and forced to survive in the...Read More

Saturday The 14th

It's the second unluckiest day of the year. Pennsylvania is beginning to look a lot like Transylvania in the horror spoof Saturday The 14th! John (Richard Benjamin, Love At First Bite) and Mary (Paula Prentiss, The Stepford Wives) can't believe their good fortune when they inherit the vast estate of John's recently departed uncle. Sure, it's a fixer-upper. But there...Read More

Hashtag Vampires

One hundred years of Vampire movies in Stuart Samuel's #Vampires! The history of vampires as told thru the words and images of over 100 Vampire trailers from the beginning of film and beyond. Never seen before trailers of films you have watched and others you never heard or seen. From Night Flight Original writer Stuart Samuels.

Count Dracula

In 1970, cult director Jess Franco and screen legend Christopher Lee collaborated on what they promised would be the most faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel ever filmed. From its remarkable performances – including Lee as the Count, Herbert Lom (MARK OF THE DEVIL) as Van Helsing, Soledad Miranda (VAMPYROS LESBOS) as Lucy, Maria Rohm (VENUS IN FURS) as Mina, ...Read More

Children Of Dracula (1994)

“Are you a Vampire? Vampire’s victim? Have fantasies about Vampires?” That's the ad circulated in major Los Angeles and Dallas newspapers back in 1994. The film producers behind the ad in question received hundreds of responses, and likely cashing in on “Interview With A Vampire" fever from that year, Children of Dracula was born. Vampsploitation if you will. From D...Read More

Mother Riley Meets the Vampire

The mysterious figure known as the Vampire comes to England to complete experiments in his mad bid to gain control of the world. When the radar-controlled Robot which he had ordered shipped to him is delivered instead to Mother Riley, the Vampire, through radar control, has the Robot transport itself as well as Mother Riley to the proper the old lad...Read More

The Vampire Happening

If Russ Meyer had directed an East German version of 'The Fearless Vampire Killers', surely this is it - and so much so that Ferdie Mayne reprises his role here from Roman Polanski’s film. A "Hollywood" actress (Pia Degermark) visiting her Transylvanian ancestral home finds she bears a remarkable resemblance to her bloodsucking grandmother (Pia plays both roles)....Read More

Andy Warhol's Young Dracula

The R-rated cut of Paul Morrissey's camp classic. Dracula is searching for virgin's blood and... he's dying of thirst! In an attempt to cash in the success of Mel Brooks' film Young Frankenstein, distributor Louis Periano re-released the film as a 94-minute R-rated Young Dracula in 1976 (as opposed to the original X-rated version). A sickly Count Dracula require...Read More

Nosferatu: A Tale of Gothic Horror (with score by Christian Death & other gothic-industrial bands)

This 63 minute DVD features the classic Gothic Horror Film; Nosferatu to music by some of the top Gothic Industrial Bands ever, such as Christian Death, Electric Hellfire Club and more.

Cuadecuc Vampir

Vampir-Cuadecuc is a 1970 experimental feature film by Spanish filmmaker Pere Portabella. It is possibly a key film in understanding the transition in the Spanish film world from the period of the "new cinemas" (permitted by the Franco government) towards the illegal, clandestine or openly antagonistic practices against the Franco regime. It consists of shooting the...Read More

Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein

Inspired by Universal’s 1940s monster mash-ups, writer/director Jess Franco instead delivered “a weird and wonderful masterpiece that transports you to a world like no other” (Scream Magazine). With minimal dialogue and maximum gothic atmosphere, Franco crafts a fever dream of erotic horror in which Count Dracula (Howard Vernon), Dr. Frankenstein (Dennis Price), his...Read More

The Vampire

While at a lab one day, Dr. Paul Beecher grabs the wrong pills and takes them home not knowing that they are made from the blood of vampire bats. After mistakenly taking one of the pills, he is instantly addicted and must take one pill every day. Each time he takes a pill he turns into a hairy insane killer, who doesn't remember what he's done, except as a vague ...Read More


The ‘Ozploitation’ classic –and one of the most unique vampire movies of our time –is back like you’ve never seen it before: David Hemmings and Henry Silva star as executives of an international blood-drinking cartel known as ‘The Brotherhood’. But when they abduct a descendant (Chantal Contouri of THE DAY AFTER HALLOWEEN) of Elizabeth Bathory to reboot her depraved...Read More

Vampire Princess Miyu: Vol. 1 (A Banquet of Marionettes)

As the demonic forces of the Shinma strive to obtain a foothold upon the mortal plane, spiritualist Himiko seeks the truth.

Vampire Princess Miyu: Vol.1 (Unearthly Kyoto)

As the demonic forces of the Shinma strive to obtain a foothold upon the mortal plane, spiritualist Himiko seeks the truth.

Vampire Princess Miyu: Vol.2 (Fragile Armor)

When spiritualist Himiko continues her pursuit of Miyu, Princess of the Vampires, she does not have to look far.

Vampire Princess Miyu: Vol. 2 (Frozen Time)

When spiritualist Himiko continues her pursuit of Miyu, Princess of the Vampires, she does not have to look far.