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Taste the Blood of Dracula

Christopher Lee , Geoffrey Keen , Peter Sasdy    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By A Customer
Well, this time around, Dracula is not the killer, except for when he kills Lucy. He turns the children of the three thrill seekers against them for killing off his "servant". Christopher Lee is great as always playing the count, but it makes you wonder what the point even was of having him in the film. He does not even appear until 45 minutes into it, just when you think the film has nowhere to go.
The version I bought has an "R" rating, although I do not see the difference from the old "PG" videos. Yes, there are a couple of scenes added back like when one person is staked to death and has blood on his face. They also show women barebreasted for a moment, but other than that, what was so "R" about it?
A good sequel, and of course, it leaves the door open for another one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars bloody good ! July 12 2004
well we had prety much given up hope of ever seeing a decent version of this classic Dracula adventure when Warner anounced
it's release in an unbutchered state.the image is flawless , the sound is good if not expansive but the real treat is that the 4 minutes missing from every print released so far has this time been included.The bordelo scene is now free of the savage editing done by warner in the early 70's to be able to market it to the kiddies.The other additions are very short scenes juged to violent at the time.The result is a film that flows better & has a stronger story & that's it rates a 5 on my scale.
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4.0 out of 5 stars He's Back May 26 2004
By Ned
In this version of Dracula, played by Christopher Lee, the location is in Victorian England. Lord Courtley, played by Ralph Bates, resurrects Dracula with the aid of three Victorian gentlemen, but when Courtley drinks Dracula's blood he dies and the three leave him for dead. Dracula revenges the death of his servant by seducing their children and having them kill their own fathers.
This movie was made a year after Dracula Has Risen From The Grave and the next in the series was The Scars of Dracula.
Another interesting note is that Ralph Bates became Hammer's next leading man.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Tasty entry in the Hammer franchise May 15 2004
By A Customer
Although the script wasn't as inspired as "Horror of Dracula", "Taste the Blood of Dracula" demonstrates that the series still had bite and hadn't succumbed to the anemic writing that marred the last two entires in the series. A trio of risk taking married men decide to hook up with a Lord Cortley (Ralph Bates)disciple of the Count.. He interests them in participating in a ceremony designed to bring Count Dracula back to life. It's a nasty but inventive scene that immediately captures your attention. When the trio of businessmen beat Courtley to death, the Count uses his body to rise from the dead swearing revenge on those who killed his servant.
The sharp, vivid picture quality makes this an outstanding release in the Hammer series from Warner. Although it comes only with the original theatrical trailer as an extra, it's clear that great care was taken to present the film in its original widescreen format and to transfer the film as free of blemishes as is possible.
The mono sound also is of note. While it lacks the dynamic range of more recent films, the crisp and clear sound quality marks this as an outstanding reissue in the Hammer film series. The packaging reproduces the original poster art for the film for the US release (at least on the cover)as far as I can recall.
A nice package that lacks the usual frills, this will be a welcome addition to most fan's collections.
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4.0 out of 5 stars They taste his blood and the horror begins! May 3 2004
After recently watching the film Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968), I was certainly curious as to how they managed to bring him back for Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970), the third installment of the Hammer/Lee Dracula series. I mean, the guy dissolved away to practically nothingness, but then, I guess matter can never really be destroyed, only changed into different forms.
The film, directed by Peter Sasdy, who also did Countess Dracula (1970), starts off by basically rehashing the final scenes of Dracula has Risen from the Grave, and we find a portly merchant finding the remains of Dracula's corpse, his cloak, signet ring, cloak clasp, and red powder that is supposed to be Dracula's blood. We then meet of a group of three wealthy, respectable, older men who form a small group that participates in a little hanky panky on the side, and have become bored with their usual routine. They seek out the assistance of a younger man, one with noble lineage who was cut off from his family due to his predilections for the occult. This younger man convinces the trio to cough up the dough for the remains of Dracula, in the hopes of performing some sort of ritual, with the notion of bringing forth pleasures and such none of the men could ever conceive.
The ritual, which takes place in an abandoned church well off the beaten path, begins, and involves mixing fresh blood with the powdered blood of Dracula (which creates quite the oozing visceral cocktail), and then drinking this new combination. The three older men understandably balk at the idea of drinking this noxious concoction, and challenge the brash younger man to drink it, to which he calls them cowards and does, with interesting effects.
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4.0 out of 5 stars REVENGE WITH THE FANG
Published on May 5 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars RESTORED Version of this Hammer Classic!!!
When I was a kid, I thought this movie had too little Dracula...but thanks to Warner DVD there is now more than ever! (Still not enough, but we gotta take what we can get!! Read more
Published on May 1 2004 by David a HUTH
4.0 out of 5 stars Hammer's Best Dracula
Romantic,gothic and scary are the best words to describe Christopher Lee's fourth outing as the demonic Count. Read more
Published on April 13 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Dracula hits London at last!
An excellent finale to Hammer's original Dracula series, in which the Count finally invades England a la the Stoker original. Read more
Published on March 11 2004 by "thomasm601"
2.0 out of 5 stars A Poor Sequel to a Really Scarry Movie
This one lacks the bone chilling horror of its predecessor (Dracula Has Risen From the Grave) and uses a very "audience insulting" way of bringing back Dracula from the... Read more
Published on Nov. 20 2003 by Michael A. Newman
5.0 out of 5 stars Dracula - one more time...RISES to the occasion!
The Dracula cycles for Hammer Studios had it highs and lows. This is of the better ones. Lee sharpens his fangs and dons the cape yet again. Read more
Published on Nov. 5 2003 by Deborah MacGillivray
2.0 out of 5 stars Lee is good as usual, but the movie is deathly dull
William Hargood (Geoffry Keen), Samuel Paxton (Peter Sallis) & Jonathan Seder (John Carson) are three men, well respected in the community who make a pact to sell their souls to... Read more
Published on Aug. 15 2003 by BD Ashley
3.0 out of 5 stars Acceptable Hammer offering displaying some good work
In Taste the Blood of Dracula, Sasdy gives us the best Hammer Dracula since Fisher's "Dracula, Prince of Darkness" (1966), and certainly the last one of any worth... Read more
Published on June 24 2003 by David L Rattigan
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