"I was once asked what I thought was the most disquieting thing you could see on the screen and I said, 'an open door.'"
This blog is dedicated to legendary horror icon and film star Christopher Lee.

beautyandterrordance:

Publicity photos of Christopher Lee on the set of Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966), via greggorysshocktheater.

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beautyandterrordance:

Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing behind the scenes of Dracula A.D. 1972.
via, ebay.com, via classichorrormovies.

beautyandterrordance:

Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing behind the scenes of Dracula A.D. 1972.

via, ebay.com, via classichorrormovies.

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lotrobsession:

Happy 92nd birthday Christopher Lee

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Happy 92nd Birthday to Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee; May 27, 1922.

Happy 92nd Birthday to Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee; May 27, 1922.

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greggorysshocktheater:

Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)

greggorysshocktheater:

Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)

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cryptofwrestling:

A tense scene from Dracula Has Risen From The Grave(1969)

cryptofwrestling:

A tense scene from Dracula Has Risen From The Grave
(1969)

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macabredriveintheater:

He’s Sir Christopher Lee and you’re not!

macabredriveintheater:

He’s Sir Christopher Lee and you’re not!

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vintagetvfan:

We interrupt your regularly scheduled dashboard to bring you Dracula AD 1972, which is possibly the only vampire movie ever made where one of the living dead is destroyed by being placed under a running shower (they don’t like pure running water, you see!)

The plot concerns a group of wild young hippies lead by the charismatic Johnny Alucard (spell it backwards—D-R-A-C-U-L-A) who hold a black mass for “kicks” and raise the Evil Count himself.  Not coincidentally, one of the wild hippies is the granddaughter of Lorrimer(!) Van Helsing, who once again destroys the vampire (until he’s resurrected in the next movie).  Sadly, Dracula AD 1972 is horribly dated, though it’s still fun in its way. 

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