Count Yorga strikes back. Better than the first movie. A twisted and spooky embrace which reminds of Dan Curtis's attempts on the same thematic. Far from the classy gothic Hammer films but an interesting and magnetic "modern days" vampire film.
I saw this as a younger person and I thought it was quite effective. The best part of the movie is the deaf-mute woman who is also the chorus director somehow. Yvonne Wilder takes the movie out of the humdrum and elevates it. Robert Quarry is not bad as well.