Young Hannah - Queen of the Vampires (1973) Movie Review

Young Hannah - Queen of the Vampires (1973)

1973 Horror

User Score: 60/100


Two archaeologists on a scientific dig come across a vampire burial ground and discover that the creatures are about to awaken and attack a nearby village.

This is the uncut, widescreen version of this Euro-horror classic, aka: CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Welcome to Vampire Island, a quaint, out-of-the-way spot whose leading citizen is known for her winning, toothy smile… and odd dining habits. Released from her crypt after 700 years of entombment, the ravenous bloodsucker displays an undiminished zest for life… Anybody’s life. The son of the man who inadvertently released the undead terror from the tomb, finds he has a great deal to contend with ("She’s smart… 700 years smart," he observes gloomily) in this tale of terror.  Bonus Features:  Motion Menu| Scene Selection (18 chapters)| Biographies| Bonus Horror Trailers| Uncut.  Specs:  DVD5; Dolby Digital Mono; 87 minutes; Color; 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; MPAA - PG; Year - 1972; SRP - $9.99.

About Young Hannah - Queen of the Vampires (1973)

Title: Young Hannah - Queen of the Vampires
Year: 1973
Starring: Andrew Prine, Patty Shepard, Frank Braña, John Alderman, Daniel Martín, Mark Damon, Ihsan Gedik, Teresa Gimpera, Edward Walsh, Jack La Rue Jr., Shera Osman, Jem Osmanoglu, Mariano García Rey
Director: Julio Salvador, Ray Danton
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 10 users. Votes: 10.
Genre: Horror

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