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21st Oct '15 7:33:29 AM CasWarner
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Make no mistake, ''Scream Blacula Scream'' is a horror film, like the one before it, but the scene where two guys try to mug an unimpressed Blacula is ''really'' funny.
12th Oct '15 3:07:54 PM Retro7
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* CompleteMonster: Although briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, renames him "Blacula," imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does. * NightmareFuel: One of Blacula's female victims reanimates in the local morgue, and the viewer gets treated to a POV shot of a luckless morgue attendant, as said victim comes charging down a hallway towards him in slow-motion, all fangs and crazed staring eyes.
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* CompleteMonster: Although briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, monster whose turn dozen of girls into vampires (as we see when he unveils his harem and sics them on Blacula's wife), he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, renames him "Blacula," imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does. * NightmareFuel: One of Blacula's female victims reanimates in the local morgue, and the viewer gets treated to a POV shot of a luckless morgue attendant, as said victim comes charging down a hallway towards him in slow-motion, all fangs and crazed staring eyes.does.
8th Oct '14 12:12:55 PM Geoduck
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* NightmareFuel: One of Blacula's female victims reanimates in the local morgue, and the viewer gets treated to a POV shot of a luckless morgue attendant, as said victim comes charging down a hallway towards him in slow-motion, all fangs and crazed staring eyes.
26th Sep '14 5:02:21 PM PhysicalStamina
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, renames him "Blacula," imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.

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* CompleteMonster: Athough Although briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, renames him "Blacula," imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
10th Aug '14 1:07:28 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names him "Blacula", imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names renames him "Blacula", "Blacula," imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
25th Jul '14 6:14:46 AM CharlesPhipps
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** ValuesResonance: This is just another part of the movies stance on prejudice being wrong, though.
21st Mar '14 6:08:53 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depections. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names him "Blacula", imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depections.depictions. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names him "Blacula", imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
8th Feb '14 2:04:06 PM Morgenthaler
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of Dracula manages to be even worse than most other depections. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names him "Blacula", imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
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* CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of Dracula {{Dracula}} manages to be even worse than most other depections. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names him "Blacula", imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
13th Apr '13 7:55:38 PM bobg
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*CompleteMonster: Athough briefly seen, the first film's incarnation of Dracula manages to be even worse than most other depections. Not only is he a blood sucking monster, he's also involved in the slave trade. When the African prince and his wife come seeking his help, he turns the prince into a vampire, re names him "Blacula", imprisons him in a coffin to starve for all eternity (and because he was now an immortal vampire, his suffering would never stop), and starves his wife to death. Unlike Blacula himself, who is a tragic character and spends most of the second film searching for a cure for his vampirism, Dracula relishes in being a vampire, showing no remorse for anything he does.
11th Mar '13 8:10:40 AM ScoutsGirlfriend
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Kids these days are more likely to be familiar with the Blacula-inspired character in ''TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' than with this movie.
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Kids these days are more likely to be familiar with the Blacula-inspired character in ''TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' than with this movie.
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