Dracula (Alex D'Arcy) and his wife (Paula Raymond) have relocated to modern-day America and are living under the assumed name of Townsend. Their butler, George (John Carradine), and his hunchback assistant, Mango (Ray Young), are charged with the task of keeping "the Townsends" in
cocktails made from the blood of young girls--who are conveniently chained in the basement and sacrificed to the god Luna before serving. Yet another cheapo from the prolific Al Adamson, whose incredibly amateurish horror movies and biker flicks have become the object of much "psychotronic"
admiration. Add this one to the list of B films that famed cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs cut his te...