Shudder Sunday: Blacula (1972) — Morbidly Beautiful

Unfairly resigned to silly shorthand for Blaxploitation horror, “Blacula” is essential vampire cinema that, like its tragic hero, hasn’t aged a day. It’s not hard to imagine white flight audiences at the local drive-in giggling in their station wagons when Dracula dooms Prince Mamuwalde to suffer for all eternity with an insatiable thirst for blood […]

via Shudder Sunday: Blacula (1972) — Morbidly Beautiful

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