Possibly there are more things in heaven and Earth than are dreamed of in your psychiatry, Mr. Garth.
Five years after Universal launched a Bela Lugosi inspired Dracula upon the film loving world, the sequel arrived - only not with Lugosi's Count Dracula in it. Pic picks up at the end of the 31 film and finds Von Helsing (yes Von, not Van) under arrest for the slaying of the toothy vampire. Enter Contessa Marya Zeleska, who sets in motion the wheels of vampiric legends and torrid passions about to be exposed.
There's an ethereal low-key mood to Dracula's Daughter, exuding the sort of atmo... read the rest.