Horror • PG • 1972 • 1 hr 33 min
Outstanding film that still packs a punch today.
On the one hand, there’s undeniable cultural significance here, and some camp is fun. Unfortunately, it struggles to deliver much substance.
The makeups wack, the editing is bad, but the storyline is fun, there’s some visually pleasing shots and it has charm. Not for everyone.
It's supposed to be a horror film and it isn't scary. Not very good acting. It made me sleepy. Not worth of my time
Doesn't suck too hard.
An 18th century African prince is turned into a vampire while visiting Transylvania. Two centuries later, he rises from his coffin attacking various residents of Los Angeles and meets Tina, a woman who he believes is the reincarnation of his deceased wife.
After an aging voodoo priestess dies, her arrogant son Willis Daniel's believes he is next in line to lead. He is outraged when Lisa, his mother's adopted apprentice is chosen as the leader. Willis seeks revenge by reviving the African prince Blacula — but soon finds that he cannot control him.