Sorry for the delay. Workin on somethin' uptop.
Time for Disc #1, Movie #7, 50 Horror Classics
Hammer Film Productions
Director Alan Gibson's
In a secluded farmhouse on the outskirts of London, a ritual is taking place. In luscious Argento inspired red, four men cloaked in white sit transfixed by the spectacle at which they stare--a beautiful naked long haired blonde writhing in the now and in anticipation of what will come. Ok. Here's part of the blonde.
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They decide to consult another man, Inspector Murray (Michael Coles). Together they take a look at the evidence.They have a lead that a group of influential men are visiting the house regularly. They look at the slides. Four of the most prominent members of society, and then one blank image. The door was visible where each of the men were shot, so to speak, but this fifth photo was just the doorway and no man. Murray wants to hit up University Lecturer in Anthropology and Eastern European History, and "Authority on the Occult," Dr. Lorimer Van Helsing (Peter Cushing).
“Silver bullets can.”
When in stampede a couple of the horsemen, who move in straight for the kill, but Dracula says it cannot be made so simple for him, “Not for Van Helsing...Nor for his Granddaughter.”
And now another lady vamp approaches wearing a red robe. Actually they all end up wearing red. Until I put my glasses on, it looked like they were in the vampire ward at the prison. Prison reds. Murray makes the sign of the cross. And then another approaches. He makes another sign. Another approaches. Another sign. And there's this one that looks like Elizabeth Taylor. He thought of Van Helsing talking about the repellents, and he remembered the fresh water, so he turns on the fire sprinklers. The little red flames burn out.
“And so" Van Helsing asks, "You will destroy every living being on the earth…including you…Is this your Deathwish, Count Dracula?"