I have enjoyed watching Hammer horror films since I was a kid. I am glad that gradually they are being released on DVD. Dracula Has Risen From the Grave takes place a year after Dracula, Prince of Darkness in which Dracula perished in the waters surrounding his castle. Much has been made of the fact that upon his resurrection, Dracula's reflection can be seen in the water by the wayward priest. Who cares?! This isn't Ocar worthy material and such artistic liberties can be freely taken. How about the fact that he keeps finding a way to come back? Or, that from film to film his castle never looks the same? Even better, it always takes like 30 seconds for the sun to go down! I love it when Zena gets bitch slapped by the count when she questions his orders to fetch Maria. Hopefully, someday all of the Hammer films will be available on DVD!
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Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) 1080p
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave is a movie starring Christopher Lee, Rupert Davies, and Veronica Carlson. When Castle Dracula is exorcised by the Monsignor, it accidentally brings the Count back from the dead. Dracula follows the...
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When his castle is exorcised, Dracula plots his revenge against the Monsignor who performed the rites by attempting to make the holy man's young niece his bride.
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Classic Hammer HorrorReviewed byjamesabutler44Vote: 7/10
Great Gothic Hammer horror. One of the better Dracula sequels and oneof director Freddie Francis' best. It has a lot of the elements youexpect and appreciate from Hammer: solid actors, great sets, qualitydirection, beautiful and vivacious young women. The plot is relativelysimple: Dracula wants revenge and pretty blonde Veronica Carlson buther Monsignor uncle and loser boyfriend have a thing or two to sayabout that. There's also some interesting additions to the mythologywhere belief vs atheism is concerned. It all makes for a veryentertaining sequel full of many familiar and proved effective Hammerstaples, with several new ones as well.
If you dig Hammer movies, then "Dracula Has Risen From The Grave" is one you will relish! It's got all the things that make Hammer Films so wonderful - the sets, the music, a pretty nasty and misogynistic Dracula, a love story, and two beautiful lead ladies. And of course, it plays out much more like a scary fairy tale than a straight-out horror film. Stylish shots and classy photography coupled with Hammer's just-this-side-of-storybook red blood makes for a very creepy and at the same time beautiful viewing experience. I think each of Hammers' Dracula films are great (minus the abysmal but nicely titled "Satanic Rites Of Dracula") but this one sits rightfully at the top of them all.