A wrongly convicted doctor is sent to a harsh institution where he assists the creepy warden conduct experiments with blood.
“No woman alive is safe from the most frightening fiend in the history of horror!”
“He begins where Dracula left off!”
Blood of the Vampire (1958) is another horror film from 1958 which I had never heard of before. It’s directed by Henry Cass, who also made a film called The Hand (1960), which I wrote about a while back. That one was more of a film noir, or crime drama, than a horror film. Blood of the Vampire feels like a Hammer horror film at first, but as it goes along it starts to become more of a strange drama of sorts. But much like The Hand, it’s just offbeat enough to be a rather interesting watch… Continue reading