News and reviews of the Spanish horror film, with a special focus on its first golden age in the 1960s and 1970s. Also, revelations from the collections of Spanish horror fans.
"I hope these memoirs will be used by my descendants as a guide. It's an initiation into a passionate world of rare and unknown sensations, a seductive and tragic world bred in pain and blood, the tragic eroticism of all the senses, finally ending in death."
Sunday, March 20, 2011
DIE VAMPIRE DES DR. DRACULA
The German title. Otherwise known as LA MARCA DEL HOMBRE LOBO, in Spain, and FRANKENSTEIN'S BLOODY TERROR, in the United States. The Germans had a thing for adding "Dracula" to their retitled foreign horror films.