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Blu-ray Review - The Return of the Vampire


In 1943, Columbia Pictures wanted to revive the Dracula screen experience with the actor that brought it to life, reuniting Bela Lugosi with one of his most famous roles. However, Universal Pictures wasn't about celebrate the situation, using legal hustle to prevent Columbia from cashing in directly. Instead of engineering a sequel to 1931's "Dracula," the production comes up with "The Return of the Vampire," evading courtroom entanglements while giving audiences the bloodsucker event they demand. Read the rest at


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