Image via WikipediaWith so many places and choices on the internet these days to watch free movies and TV shows, I thought why not have my own Horror Festival here at the blog-o-rama. So, between now and Halloween, check back daily for a new fright filled post of horror.
Tonight, I present "Count Yorga, Vampire". Released in 1970, (that would have made me 12 years old at the time), I always got a kick out of this vampire movie as it modernized the genre for that era, and was actually scary. Sure today it may seem campy and out of date, but you should still enjoy it.
Sixties couples Michael and Donna and Paul and Erica become involved with the intense Count Yorga at a Los Angeles seance, the Count having latterly been involved with Erica's just-dead mother. After taking the Count home, Paul and Erica are waylayed, and next day a listless Erica is diagnosed by their doctor as having lost a lot of blood. When she is later found feasting on the family cat the doctor becomes convinced vampirism is at work, and that its focus is Count Yorga and his large isolated house.
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