Count Dracula turns ill-fated African prince Mamuwalde into a creature of the night. If being turned into a vampire wasn’t enough, he’s also sealed away in a tomb with an unquenched thirst for eternity. Decades later, he’s released from his casket prison within the walls of the MDU Warehouse. Now, prowling the streets of 1970’s L.A., Mamuwalde has a thirst for disco, blood, and his long lost love–or at least someone who looks like her, anyway. William Marshall stars in the first ever black horror film that would go on to influence the genre forever. Grab Simon Belmont’s exploding holy oil lamps, pour yourself a Bloody Mary, and put your dancing shoes on because we’re about to be kissed on the neck by Blacula!
Logo Artwork by Davey “The Scaredy Cat” De Forne.