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  1. Tabikenezer von Higglesbloom's rating of the film Countess Dracula

  2. cherbourgdoll's rating of the film Countess Dracula

  3. Ulrich JARLØV's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    about as inept as the Julie Delpy one.

  4. Olivia Reneé Saldívar's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    Black Orpheus meets Mommy Dearest.

  5. msmichel's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    All the essential elements of classic Hammer horror are here in this take on the Elizabeth Bathory legend. The gothic settings, the impish sexuality, the game performances all add to the charm of the picture. The film is anchored by a memorable and often ribald turn by Ingrid Pitt supported by Nigel Green who is well cast here. Love the old Hammer films and hope to eventually track them all down.

  6. - Caltiki -'s rating of the film Countess Dracula

  7. HKFanatic's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    "Countess Dracula" is far from bad but compared to "Vampire Circus," which came just a year later, this Hammer horror film feels like a positively restrained costume drama. It's far too modest for a movie about a woman who bathes in the blood of virgins to make herself appear young again. "Countess Dracula" could have benefited from more red stuff, more skin, more style, and less stuffiness.

  8. ΞRIC B∆D TASTΞ's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    a nice erotic vampire movie about a random story of Elisabeth Báthory..!

  9. MegaMeg's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    My first Hammer film, which I enjoyed in all its campy wrongness.

  10. Robert Karol's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    I feel like this and Breillat's BLUEBEARD would make a good double-feature.

  11. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    Superior Hammer effort is a B-movie gothic melodrama of the highest order, thanks to a tight script and spirited performances from a cast of great character actors, including horror icon Ingrid Pitt and a scenery-chewing Nigel Green. Director Peter Sasdy effectively keeps the action moving, keeping it from descending into another stodgy costume piece. A must for fans of Hammer horror.

  12. Scout Tafoya's rating of the film Countess Dracula

    Ingrid Pitt was the world's most beautiful woman when she revealed her body for the first time in this movie.