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A dying vampire swears vengeance on the townsfolk who killed him. The promise seems to have been realized when, years later, plague arrives.
Period drama 1971 94 mins
Director: Robert Young
"No sawdust can soak up the torrent of blood!" screamed the posters for highly effective chiller. Robert Young's picture boasts flair and a willingness to address themes that even Hammer Films rarely broached. He's helped by a dynamic cast including Adrienne Corri, Laurence Payne and Peter Sellers' fourth wife, Lynne Frederick.
- Robert Young
- Adrienne CorriJohn Moulder-Brown
- Period dramaHorror
- Contains strong horror and sexualised nudity
- United Kingdom
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