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TALL, DARK AND DEADLY!

Updating the vampire mythos to early 1970s Los Angeles, these much-loved cult classics star Robert Quarry (Dr Phibes Rises Again) as the svelte Count Yorga, living in a mansion in the southern California hills with his equally mysterious "brides".  Introducing himself as a mystic from Bulgaria who's an expert on séances, his true nature is given away by the title of his first film, Count Yorga, Vampire, long before the hapless Donna (Donna Anders, Werewolves on Wheels) and her friends discover the truth.

The sequel, The Return of Count Yorga, sees him relocate to San Francisco, where he has designs on an orphanage as a source of potential victims, but gets distracted by the prospect of the beautiful but innocent Cynthia (Mariette Hartley, Marooned) becoming the latest addition to his harem.

Firm drive-in favourites from the moment they were first unleashed, the Count Yorga films were directed by Bob Kelljan (Scream Blacula Scream) with just the right mix of atmosphere, suspense and tongue-in-cheek humour, with Quarry's delivery of the Count's witty one-liners being a particular joy.

studio:
  • Arrow Video
Run Time:
  • 190 mins approx.
Director:
  • Bob Kelljan
Certificate:
  • 15
Aspect Ratio:
  • 1.85:1
Subtitle Languages:
  • English SDH
Main Language:
  • English
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Region:
  • 2
Brand:
  • Arrow Video

The Complete Count Yorga

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TALL, DARK AND DEADLY!

Updating the vampire mythos to early 1970s Los Angeles, these much-loved cult classics star Robert Quarry (Dr Phibes Rises Again) as the svelte Count Yorga, living in a mansion in the southern California hills with his equally mysterious "brides".  Introducing himself as a mystic from Bulgaria who's an expert on séances, his true nature is given away by the title of his first film, Count Yorga, Vampire, long before the hapless Donna (Donna Anders, Werewolves on Wheels) and her friends discover the truth.

The sequel, The Return of Count Yorga, sees him relocate to San Francisco, where he has designs on an orphanage as a source of potential victims, but gets distracted by the prospect of the beautiful but innocent Cynthia (Mariette Hartley, Marooned) becoming the latest addition to his harem.

Firm drive-in favourites from the moment they were first unleashed, the Count Yorga films were directed by Bob Kelljan (Scream Blacula Scream) with just the right mix of atmosphere, suspense and tongue-in-cheek humour, with Quarry's delivery of the Count's witty one-liners being a particular joy.

studio:
  • Arrow Video
Run Time:
  • 190 mins approx.
Director:
  • Bob Kelljan
Certificate:
  • 15
Aspect Ratio:
  • 1.85:1
Subtitle Languages:
  • English SDH
Main Language:
  • English
Number of Discs:
  • 1
Region:
  • 2
Brand:
  • Arrow Video

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Almost Perfect

It's been 30 odd years since I last saw these films. They are never on TV for some reason. They are both just as good as I remembered and the picture quality/digital transfer is very good. The extras are good, but there is no behind the scenes content. That aside, this is a lovely little set and I bought it for a great price. Strongly recommended.

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