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January 18, 2012


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Count Yorga does have a grittiness to it that's sooo 1970s. Part drive-in, part cheap film stock, part low budget. Still memorable and effective.


Ahh yes, good old Michael Pataki. This one has some nice touches, particularly that graveyard opener, but I think overall I enjoy COUNT YORGA a little more for delivering the creepy 70's vampire kitsch.

Now if there was a YORGA VS. CROFT movie, I'd pay to see that!

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