Be advised that the version of “Scars Of Dracula” that Amazon is currently selling is an expurgated release that misleads the customer with its cover art. This has a single disc and the featured film only, and the other with 2 amazing music videos and the “Faces Of Christopher Lee” documentary that made this an attractive collectible has been removed, in spite of what the packaging still claims. The lobby card art is also missing inside, so buyer, beware. “Scars Of Dracula” isn’t bad as a latter entry in the Lee Dracula canon. It’s spoiled slightly, though, by jarringly fake and excessive gore, with regrettably gratuitous sadism. Christopher Lee felt similarly, as optional on-screen commentary attests. My rating here’s for the chopped-up reissue.
About Scars of Dracula (2001)
Title: Scars of Dracula Year:2001 Starring: Christopher Lee, Dennis Waterman, Jenny Hanley, Christopher Matthews, Patrick Troughton,
Rating:3.3 / 5 stars from 6 users.
Rating: R (Restricted) Runtime: 95 minutes Director: Roy Ward Baker,
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