Grave of The Vampire 1972


Some way before creating The Sopranos, writer David Chase contributes to the screenplay of this nasty horror film from 1972. In the 1930’s, immortal vampire Kroft (Michael Pakati) rapes a young woman who gives birth to a half-human son. Growing up to be James Eastman (William Smith), the hybrid decides to track down his father, who now works as a college professor, and take revenge. Grave of the Vampire has a typically grungy early 70’s feel, and even if nothing in John Hayes’s film matches the tension of the opening kill, there’s much for horror fans to enjoy.


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