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on 9 July 2004
Christopher Lee's and Hammer's 4th Dracula outing. A group of supposedly respectable gentlemen looking for new thrills because their current secret debauchery bores them, get involved with Satan ritualism to summon up the Devil, or in this case Count Dracula. The review below from back in 2000 is innacurate as it is referring to the VHS version, it states it is a cut version, whilst this DVD version is 'uncut' and features the nudity and dancing in the brothel; a full 3 mins extra over the old VHS version, the DVD also features a theatrical trailer.
All in all a decent vampire film for its day, but not Hammer's nor Lee's best Dracula film.
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