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"Daughter of Dracula" knows exactly what to give its target audience, opening with a few minutes of film that focuses solely on a woman taking a bath. Leave to director Jess Franco to find the exploitation in any situation, but, thankfully, 1972's "Daughter of Dracula" doesn't really aspire to be anything more than cheap titillation, periodically interrupted by a murder mystery that touches on supernatural events and surveys deceptive participants. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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