Blacula He's the black avenger. He's Dracula's soul brother number one. He's the baddest creature to hit the midnight hour since Dr Funkenstein was risen from the groove. He may be one of the slickest, meanest vampires ever unleashed onto the silver screen but he ain't no sucker. He's Blacula and he's one strange dude with a thirst that needs to be satisfied. Brilliantly inventive and overflowing with atmospheric horror chills, Blacula's bloodthirsty celluloid legacy makes the perfect midnight double bill. With a magnetic performance from thespian actor Marshall Williams as the black Prince of Shadows and a funked up, killer soundtrack from famed producer/composer Gene Page, Blacula raised the standards for blaxploitation cinema. Along with Superfly, Shaft, and Coffy, it remains a cult classic.
Scream Blacula Scream Scream Blacula Scream rises above its b-movie status with enough lush cinematography to give Hammer Horror a run for its money. Taking things to a new level is seventies icon Pam Grier as a shapely voodoo priestess in this tale of black magic and revenge.