Zinda Laash aka Dracula in Pakistan

We all know and love Hammer Horrors and Universal Monsters versions of Dracula. Here are some clips from some more obscure and arguably weirder versions of the Bram Stoker vampire tale.

1. Zinda Laash aka Dracula in Pakistan (1967)

2. Dracula père et fils aka Dracula Father and Son (1976)

3. Deafula (1975)


4. Drakula Istanbul’da aka Dracula in Istanbul (1953)


5. Chi o suu me aka Lake of Dracula (1971)

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  1. Vampire 4 September 2013 at 7:15 am

    Dracula Father and Son is the adaptation of the book “Dracula Père et Fils”, written by Claude Klotz. But I’m not sure it has been translated.

  2. Tina 8 September 2013 at 2:42 am

    I’ve seen Zinda Lash (I particularly loved Mina’s dance) know of Deafula and I think I’ve got Lake of Dracula somewhere…


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