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blaxploitation_iconBlaxploitation Horror of the 1970s


  • 1972
  • Directed By: William Crain
  • Rated PG
  • Horror
  • 93 Minutes
  1. Friday, October 31, 2014 9:30 p.m.
Still image from the MGM film Blacula
The debut feature by William Crain — one of the first African American directors to graduate from UCLA’s film program — Blacula stars Gary, Ind., native William Marshall as African prince Mamuwalde, christened “Blacula” by the original Count Dracula upon cursing him with vampirism. Fast forward 200 years: two flamboyant American antiques dealers buy Blacula’s coffin and transport him from Transylvania to 1970s Los Angeles, where, awakened, he discovers Tina (Vonetta McGee), a woman with an uncanny resemblance to his dead wife. (35mm presentation)