A bad (even for Franco) all-star monster romp with a plot that makes no sense, this film begins as Dr. Frankenstein (Price) finds a crucified vampire bat in a coffin and surmises that this is the remains of Count Dracula (Vernon). Using the blood of a female singer captured by his mute
servant, Morpho, Frankenstein brings Dracula back to life by drowning the little bat in a jar full of the stuff. Now revived, Dracula finds himself Frankenstein's slave--but wait!--the werewolf (Brandy) and Jonathan (Dalbes) are attacking the castle to defeat the mad scientist. There's lots of
gore, gratuitous nudity, and sick, sick "erotic" scenes (one involving necrophilia)--some o...