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Count Yorga, Vampire

8 Ratings: 2.8
Count Yorga, Vampire (or, Count Iorga, Vampire), is an underrated horror film from 1970 starring Robert Quarry as modern day vampire.

Narrated by George Macready.  His son was the producer and one of the stars of the film.      Followed by the sequel Return of Count Yorga.      Originally was going to be a softcore film.      … see full wiki

Genre: Horror
Release Date: June 10, 1970
2 reviews about Count Yorga, Vampire
review by . August 18, 2009
Count Yorga  was one of my childhood favorites. Like most of the films that I saw when I was younger I watched it on a small black and white T.V.  My dad was also a fan of this one as well and we watched it a few time together. It was also one of the first movies I saw on videotape, I saw it at the rental store and I just had to get it.  Watching it uncut was a very eye opening experience.      The movie perfectly captures the clash of lifestyles as an old school …
review by . December 23, 2008
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In the 1960s and `70s, horror films made a comeback after having been overshadowed by the science fiction craze that began in the `50s. With revolutionary films like Rosemary's Baby and Night of the Living Dead, the horror genre was revived with an added edge of sex and gore. One great film, which is often overlooked, is Count Yorga, Vampire. Count Yorga updated the vampire story by placing the events in a contemporary urban setting.         The film starred Robert …
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