**1/2. It's 1968, Dracula is getting high -just look at his red eyes!- and discovers free love. Director Freddie Francis lghts Christopher Lee à la Mario Bava with a psychedelic palette and Barry Andrews is Roger Daltrey's look-alikes. Everyone also spends a lot of time walking on the roofs of the town and it's the end of the movie. Already forgotten.
Third film in the Hammer series features another grand turn by Christopher Lee with good support from Rupert Davies as the Monsignor. Francis certainly has the eye for gothic atmosphere but perhaps should have spent a little more time on an actual story for this entry. Not up to par with first two entries but certainly better than some that would follow. Grand finish to Stoker's creation in this round.