Dracula vs. Frankenstein

1971

Horror / Sci-Fi

4
IMDb Rating 3.2

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TVPowers 6

This film gets a bad rap from a lot of people. That&#39;s understandable, because it&#39;s a low budget paste-up job, combining previously shot footage from a uncompleted biker film with the monster team-up. But Dracula Vs. Frankenstein is really a lot of fun -- particularly if you first saw it on late night TV when you were 13 or 14!<br/><br/>Forry Ackerman has a cameo in the film as one of Dracula&#39;s victims, so the movie got promoted in Famous Monsters magazine, with &quot;Zandor Vorkov&quot; gracing the cover in his dime store fangs. It was (I believe) the final film appearance of J. Carroll Naish and one of Lon Chaney Jr.&#39;s last roles. Ken Strickfadden&#39;s Frankenstein lab equipment is used, and the music is well chosen. Parts of the film are quite moody and effective, with highly competent photograghy considering the budget and haste of production.<br/><br/>To compare this little film with the Hammer films is a bit unfair. No, it cannot match them on any level -- nor was it intended to -- this was drive-in fodder without the budget or resources of England&#39;s Hammer and its American partners and distributors. It&#39;s too bad none of the major American studios tried to cash in on the 1960&#39;s-70&#39;s monster boom. Then there might be some truly interesting American monster films worthy of the comparison.

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Reviewed by vampi1960 8

Dracula verses Frankenstein is one of those so bad its good movies, a drive in movie.with a great cast;Lon Chaney Jr as a puppy loving murderer,j Carroll Nash as Dr Frankenstein.and Regina Carroll as the busty blonde heroine.and then there&#39;s a great extended cameo by Forrest j Ackerman(Dr. acula and to us horror fans uncle forry)OK i know a lot of critics hated this but its really an entertaining tribute to the universal Frankenstein movies,the monster looks like a brute with a face that resembles a raw steak,and Dracula looks like a hippie with fangs.also starring the great Russ tamblyn and Anthony eisley.with music from the universal monster films.troma picked up the DVD rights to this.it really is a scream.notably this was Lon Chaney Jr&#39;s last film as well as j Carroll Nash(both were in house of Frankenstein 1945) also in the cast is Jim Davis who later played jock Ewing on TVs Dallas. i remember first hearing about this in the great magazine famous monsters of filmland.8 out of 10,check it out.

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Reviewed by DrSatan 6

For the IMDb I gave this movie a 5 but that reflects how awful it really is. If I were to rate it as a serious horror flick I&#39;d give it a 2 or 1; but as a comedy its an 8 or 9. I&#39;ve watched this movie countless times with my crapola lovin&#39; friends, and some of the dialogue has become a part of our everday speech, especially the line, from a man who can animate the dead, no less &quot;When a man enters my laboratory, and bears on his hand the unholy seal of Dracula, there can be no scientific answer to anything&quot; (generally followed by one of us shouting &quot;Even simple force-mass equations?&quot; &quot;No, I said anything!&quot;) Basically, this movie should be treated like Rocky Horror is now: it should be shown in every late-night movie theater and heckled. Its horribly incompetent; we get to see the spectacle of Lon Chaney Jr. and J. Carrol Nash&#39;s last, horrible movie. See crappy bikers and hippies come into conflict! See the worst dialogue delivery ever! The Drac makeup is so bad that his hands and arms are tanned while his face is clown-white! We&#39;ve dubbed him &quot;Frank Zappula&quot; due to his resemblance to the famous rocker. The Frankenstein figure, Dr. Duray, is dressed like COLONEL SANDERS! For this reason we feel it should be re-titled &quot;Frank Zappula vs. Colonel Frankenstein&quot; and released in every major market. If you have the slightest love for crap cinema,do yourself a big favor and SEE THIS MOVIE!

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