Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) 1080p YIFY Movie

Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) 1080p

Dracula Has Risen from the Grave is a movie starring Christopher Lee, Rupert Davies, and Veronica Carlson. When Castle Dracula is exorcised by the Monsignor, it accidentally brings the Count back from the dead. Dracula follows the...

IMDB: 6.64 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Fantasy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.76G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 1

The Synopsis for Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) 1080p

When his castle is exorcised, Dracula plots his revenge against the Monsignor who performed the rites by attempting to make the holy man's young niece his bride.

The Director and Players for Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) 1080p

[Director]Freddie Francis
[Role:]Christopher Lee
[Role:]Barbara Ewing
[Role:]Veronica Carlson
[Role:]Rupert Davies

The Reviews for Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968) 1080p

"Bring her to ME!"Reviewed bypreppy-3Vote: 8/10

This picks up one year after "Dracula--Prince of Drakness". Dracula (Christopher Lee) is dead but is accidentally brought back to life. Monsignor Ernst (Rupert Davies) has nailed a cross on Dracula's castle door. For revenge Dracula goes after his beautiful niece Maria (Veronica Carlson). But Maria's boyfriend Paul (Barry Andrews) is ready to fight back.

This one starts right off with a bang--within the first 5 minutes we get plenty of blood and a nice closeup of vicious fang wounds in a victims neck. It gets your attention. One of the better Hammer Dracula films. The violence is pretty strong (for 1968) but seems kind of silly today. At one point Dracula PULLS a stake out of his heart with plenty of blood just pouring out. I mean come on! It doesn't help that the blood looks like ketchup and his shirt is totally dry right after he removes it. There are plenty of continuity errors in this one--the top two have Dracula's reflection being shown and a priest's head wound comes and goes throughout the movie. Also it has the Hammer trademark of some dreadful day for night shooting and a thundering score.

Still this is well done with good acting (by Lee especially), a strong emphasis on religion and a strange brown border on the screen whenever Dracula is shown. The Warner DVD that came out a few years ago is just great--good picture quality, strong color and great sound. It also carries the G rating this was awarded in 1968! All kidding aside this is NOT a G rated film but I don't think it's that bad. The violence is pretty restrained by todays standards and it would probably get by with a PG. I give this an 8.

better than expected, and one of the better Hammer/Lee DraculasReviewed byMisterWhiplashVote: 8/10

As the third in the series of the Christopher Lee Draculas from Hammer horror, I wasn't sure what to expect, and after Prince of Darkness (66) it was possible this one could've slipped farther into territory that was cheesy and unbelievable and all that. What's surprising is that director Freddie Francis and his collaborators and writer Hinds get more than you could bargain for. This especially after one sees how Dracula comes back, from an accident where a Monsognor and a fellow priest are up at Dracula's castle to fortify it with Christian barriers and the priest has a tumble and cuts himself... with the blood trickling down to Dracula, who has been frozen in ice (remember last time he fell to an icy would-be grave), and it reaches his mouth. ZANG, he's back again.

What surprised me also was how the characters in this one has a bit more, well, character to them. I liked Barry Andrews and his character very much in this film, and there's actually some, if not development, at least time to see him and other characters in this village nearby the Count's a castle. One memorable moment is when Paul is over for dinner at Maria's place, and her father being a religious man asks Paul what his denomination is. He responds he's an atheist, which causes an uproar for a few minutes. That was certainly unexpected, and the scene where Paul gets super drunk and Zena (Barbara Ewing) tries to get 'cozy' with him, is funny and adds some depth to the proceedings. Not a lot, sure, but more than you might expect from a story that is summed up on the TV summary as: "Count bites women, falls on something sharp."

What that 'sharp' thing is I dare not say, but suffice it to say Lee's Dracula gets a lot of time here - or more than I remember from Horror of Dracula - and even has some lines this time (not a lot, but enough, mostly commands). Francis' direction and the Hammer-studio sets are magnificent, you get absorbed into the horror every time Lee comes on because nothing is rushed for a moment - even when Dracula has to get away when another mortal enters (because, you know, he can't just keep doing what he's about to with his female victims), there's a grace to it. It's also interesting to see a little experimentation, as in one sequence where the sides of the frame have a kind of blood-red gauze that makes things even more eerie. You can feel the dread mounting even more with that there, and it stays on for a good couple of minutes before leaving the film.

Dracula Has Risen from the Grave has a lot of personality to its characters, great camera-work, and another masterpiece turn from Lee in the role that made him a household name (for most households, preferably the ones with good taste). Most of all the sensual power of Dracula over his women is felt and seen palpably, with the character Maria especially who is seduced, tries to fight it, and is brought back again into the aura that is the Count of Transylvania (if that's where this is this time). Though not all perfect, and certain shots made me wonder where the budget went, there's a lot of fun and thrills to be had with this one, and it has more to offer than one might expect from the third film in a Dracula series; ironically Lee didn't care for the script much, though he did show up to work.

Reviewed byianwizardVote: 10/10/10

I am a huge Dracula fan. I've always loved the Christopher Lee versionof Dracula. When I saw the first one Horror Of Dracula I fell in lovewith it. After that I saw Dracula Prince Of Darkness it was even betterthan the first one! After Prince of Darkness I went in order andwatched ...Risen From The Grave and it was amazing!. In Dracula HasRisen From The Grave it leaves off from Prince Of Darkness when Draculadrowns under water. I was amazed how Dracula had just risen out of thecold frozen water. A local priest is put under Dracula's spell and goesbad. Dracula hides out in a local bar and preys on the the bar maidZena. Zena as well as the priest is put under Dracula's spell and issoon asked to preform a task for Dracula. Unfortunately Zena fails hertask for Dracula, and Dracula destroyed Zena and orders for the priestto burn her in the fire place. The gore and blood is very unrealisticwhich makes the movie easy to handle. I loved it and I think you willto.

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