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31 Days of Hammer – Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972)

Jules picks up where he left off in October by running through some of the choice horror offerings from the fantastic Hammer back catalogue. You can check out the rest of our “31 Days of Hammer” by CLICKING HERE. Released: 1972 Starring: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Christoper Neame, Stephanie Beacham Director: Alan Gibson There’s nothing intrinsically wrong with bringing Dracula into the modern era. With their gothic-set horrors rapidly feeling old hat (to an element of the public at least), you can totally understand Hammer’s thinking on a contemporary setting. For Dracula AD 1972, the seventh film in the series, they pulled out all the stops too, reuniting Christopher Lee’s iconic vampire with the great Peter Cushing as the grandson of his Victorian-era nemesis. You can’t go wrong, really. Well, yes. Sadly you can, on several occasions, but that’s not to say that this most derided of Dracula films is a disaster. There’s plenty to like here too. 1872- Dracula (Christopher Lee) and Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) have their final, fatal encounter that leaves both of them dead. At the Vampire hunters funeral, an acolyte of the Count buries some of his powdered remains nearby in the same graveyard. 100 [...]



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