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Lake of Dracula (1971) - memories of vampires


In the second film of the Bloodthirsty trilogy, Lake of Dracula (1971), a young woman named Akiko Kashiwagi (Midori Fujita) is haunted by terrible dreams and memories that may be linked to a plague of vampires that has descended upon her town. While this second part of the trilogy is not nearly as good as the first, it still has quite a few memorable moments, including a flashback where Akiko enters a spooky mansion as a little girl to find a pale woman playing the piano. The horror is subtle here, but it's nevertheless a cool, atmospheric, little vampire flick from the '70s.

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