Christopher Lee returns to his most famous role in this classic chiller from director Roy Ward Baker.When his brother inexplicably vanishes, Simon Carlson (Dennis Waterman) and his girlfriend, Sarah Framsen (Jenny Hanley), set off to find him, following a trail that leads to the undead count's creepy castle -- where he takes a shine to the toothsome Sarah.Patrick Troughton, Christopher Matthews and Michael Gwynn also star.Count Dracula (Christopher Lee) is back in action when three swingers turn to black magic to boost their sex-drive slump.The deeper Sam delves into the mystery, the more at risk he becomes.
Witnessing a brutal attack on a woman but unable to help her, Sam (Tony Musante), an American traveling in Rome, soon finds himself the target of an elusive killer.
Businessman David Mann (Dennis Weaver) is in a hurry to get to an appointment, so he innocently passes a slow-moving big rig on an isolated highway to be on his way. Soon, he finds himself mercilessly pursued by the truck and its mystery driver, whose motives are unknown. Scotland's Yard's search for a missing film star leads them to a haunted house, which serves as the framework for four tales of the macabre starring horror icons Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and Ingrid Pitt.
They include a writer's murderous creation coming to life, a wax figure causing a fatal argument, a young girl developing an intense interest in witchcraft and an actor finding a cape that helps immerse him in his role as a released from an institution after a mental breakdown, only to find terror around every corner in this 1970s horror flick.
A social misfit, Willard is made fun of by his co-workers, and squeezed out of the company started by his deceased father by his boss.
His only friends are a couple of rats he raised at home, Ben and Socrates.