Tendre Dracula (1974)

Directed by: Pierre Grunstein

Stars: Peter Cushing, Alida Valli, Bernard Menez

Language: English

Country: France | Imdb Info | Ar: 3:2 | Vhsrip

Also known as: Tender Dracula, or Confessions of a Blood Drinker, La grande trouille

DescriptionTwo writers and their girlfriends visit the castle of an actor who specializes in playing vampire roles. As the night progresses, they begin to wonder if the man is an actor playing a vampire, or a vampire playing an actor.



649MB | 84:21mins | 720×496 | avi

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3 Responses to Tendre Dracula (1974)

  1. Maestro says:

    I have an original NTSC VHS release of this. I don’t remember where I found it…probably the long gone 2nd hand VHS store in NYC called “RCA”. I remember being in there with a friend of mine and we were looking through the rows and rows of rare, early 80’s VHS releases and in one of the clam-shell cases, a cockroach came running out! I jumped out of my skin as I wasn’t expecting it.

    But yeah, I have this. Not sure if I’d ever sell it. Can’t even begin to put a price on it.

  2. Bill W says:

    Wow, I thought I knew every Peter Cushing film but this is a new one on me…you Rock, RL!

  3. J.C. says:

    Thanks! This bizarre little oddity is virtually impossible to find anywhere except on Rarelust! Apart from the equally terrible and hard-to-find “A Touch of The Sun” (which can also be found only on Rarelust), this may be the worst Peter Cushing film of all time, and that’s up against some mighty stiff competition! As with even the worst Cushing films, however, while most of “Tendre Dracula” is almost unwatchably bad, Cushing himself is surprisingly good. Had the rest of the film been up to par, this could’ve been a clever and entertaining footnote to his career.

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