079: Dracula cerca sangue di vergine e.mori di sete! (Blood for Dracula) 1974 (dir. P Morrissey) R18

Vintage: Count Dracula has dispatched all of the virgins available to him in Romania, so he travels to Italy for fresh meat. Count Dracula is taken to Italy by his servant in search of virgin blood, but only comes across…

079: Dracula cerca sangue di vergine e.mori di sete! (Blood for Dracula) 1974 (dir. P Morrissey) R18

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Vintage: Count Dracula has dispatched all of the virgins available to him in Romania, so he travels to Italy for fresh meat.

Count Dracula is taken to Italy by his servant in search of virgin blood, but only comes across a faded family of the aristocracy looking for a fortune to marry in to.

Deathly ill Count Dracula (Udo Kier) and his slimy underling, Anton (Arno Juerging), travel to Italy in search of a virgin’s blood. They’re welcomed at the crumbling estate of indebted Marchese Di Fiore (Vittorio De Sica), who’s desperate to marry off his daughters to rich suitors. But there, instead of pure women, the count encounters incestuous lesbians with vile blood and Marxist manservant Mario (Joe Dallesandro), who’s suspicious of the aristocratic Dracula.

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