Paul Morrissey's moralistic take on modern values is a brash mixture of humor, horror, and sex-and a revelation to fans of the horror film. In Blood for Dracula, the infamous count searches Italy for virgin blood. Criterion presents the long-suppressed director's cut of this outrageous cult classic in a new widescreen transfer.
Audio commentary by Paul Morrissey, star Udo Kier, and film historian Maurice Yacowar
A stills gallery of publicity and production photos, featuring excerpts from the Claudio Gizzi musical score in stereo