Blacula (1972) Movie Review

Blacula (1972)

1972 | Horror, Thriller, Romance
93 minutes /

User Score: 50/100


An ancient African prince, turned into a vampire by Dracula himself, finds himself in modern Los Angeles.

Blacula Review

Urban action and fatal attraction give rise to a groove from beyond the grave in this funkadelic, fangadelic Soul Cinema sensation! The eternally cool William Marshall puts a fresh spin on the age-old legend of the vampire, condemned to wander the earth with an insatiable lust for blood. In 1780, African Prince Mamuwalde (Marshall) pays a visit to Count Dracula in Transylvania, seeking his support in ending the slave trade. Instead, the evil count curses his noble guest and transforms him into a vampire! Released from his coffin nearly two centuries later by a pair of luckless interior decorators, Mamuwalde emerges as "Blacula," one strange dude strollin’ the streets of L.A. on a nightly quest for human blood!

About Blacula (1972)

Title: Blacula
Year: 1972
Runtime: 93 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Romance
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 8 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 8
Starring: Elisha Cook Jr., Emily Yancy, Adolph Caesar, David Westberg, Leoda Richards, Logan Field, Ketty Lester, Eric Brotherson, Leanna Johnson Heath, William Marshall, The Hues Corporation, Vonetta McGee, Jan Stratton, Denise Nicholas, Thalmus Rasulala, Gordon Pinsent, Jeffrey L. Tandy, Charles Macaulay, Lance Taylor Sr., Ted Harris, Rick Metzler, Ji-Tu Cumbuka
Writers: Joan Torres, Raymond Koenig
Director: William Crain

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