Scream, Blacula, Scream!

  • 1973
  • 1 HR 35 MIN
  • PG
  • Horror

The sequel to BLACULA begins at a meeting of an American voodoo sect. When the high priestess of the sect dies, her son, Willis (Richard Lawson), demands that he be made leader. His bid for power is rejected, however, and Lisa (Pam Grier) is installed. Angry and looking for revenge, Willis purchases a bag of bones from another voodoo priest (Bernie Hamilton)...read more

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The sequel to BLACULA begins at a meeting of an American voodoo sect. When the high priestess of the sect dies, her son, Willis (Richard Lawson), demands that he be made leader. His bid for power is rejected, however, and Lisa (Pam Grier) is installed. Angry and looking for revenge, Willis

purchases a bag of bones from another voodoo priest (Bernie Hamilton) and performs a rite over them. The bones ignite and the black vampire Manuwalde, aka Blacula (William Marshall), materializes. Blacula promptly bites Willis, turning him into his slave, then once again makes the rounds in Los

Angeles. Eventually, Blacula meets Lisa, is quite taken with the woman, and begs her to cure him of his vampirism through her voodoo powers. Directed by Bob Kelljan, who did COUNT YORGA, VAMPIRE (1970), SCREAM, BLACULA, SCREAM benefits from a slicker presentation but the script is fairly

unimaginative and fails to capitalize on the more intriguing aspects of the clash between voodoo religion and the vampire legend.

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