Release date: 1980
Despite being a Mexican film, this carries all the hallmarks and feel of Euro-horror and is absolutely great because of it.
It has inherent problems – we’ll talk about a funky establishing shot later – but the problems are ultimately forgivable due to a nice atmosphere and some unusual moments.
|the dog form|
|The Count staked|
|Baron Van Helsing|
|Ramiro and Beatriz|
|step 2, stuff mouth with garlic|
|what big teeth you have...|
The said it has a great atmosphere, some really nice moments and feels more like a Euro-horror than some Euro-horrors! Worth tracking down. 6 out of 10.
The imdb page is here.