Scream Factory continues to give Hammer horror fans more reasons to clear space on their home media shelves with their new release of Scars of Dracula, and with the Christopher Lee-starring movie out now on Blu-ray, we've been provided with three copies to give away to lucky Daily Dead readers!
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Scars of Dracula Blu-ray: "The fearsome Count returns, this time "with (literally) extra lashings of sadism and sex." – Time Out
The legendary Christopher Lee is back as Dracula, bringing unspeakable horrors upon a local village that defies his evil reign. But when a young man and his luscious girlfriend unwittingly visit the Count's castle, they find themselves trapped in a face-to-face frenzy of bloodthirsty vixens, religious blasphemy and sadistic henchmen. The Prince of Darkness has returned like never before, but will his horrific mark remain forever?
Patrick Troughton (Dr. Who, The Omen) co-stars in this 1970 shocker, directed with bloody bravado by Hammer veteran Roy Ward Baker (Quatermass And The Pit, Dr. Jekyll And Sister Hyde).
- Presented In Two Aspect Ratios – 1.66:1 And 1.85:1
- NEW Audio Commentary With Filmmaker/Film Historian Constantine Nasr And Film Historian Randall Larson
- Blood Rites: Inside Scars Of Dracula
- Audio Commentary With Star Christopher Lee And Director Roy Ward Baker, Moderated By Hammer Film Historian Marcus Hearn
- Theatrical Trailers
- Still Gallery"