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DRACULA IN PAKISTAN (1967) Yasmeen Shaukat, Deeba Begum, Habibur Rehman, Asad Bukhari.  What do you say about a movie like this?  It’s both good and awful at the same time.  Some scenes are quite well done (fortunately, some of the meaty horror moments) while others will make you laugh out loud at their ineptness.  In this, Pakistan’s first horror film, Hammer’s Horror of Dracula was remade.  And even though there are many sequences that have nothing to do with its Hammer counterpart, there are many sequences that are obvious facsimiles.  Strangely enough, it’s not so much the dialogue, but the actual camera shots, many of which look like they’re right out of Horror of Dracula.   One specific example is when Dracula, who’s lying asleep in his coffin, opens his eyes suddenly at the sound of his female vampire underling being staked by the Jonathan Harker character.  In fact, the audio for Dracula’s final death scene is actually the corresponding audio from the same Horror of Dracula sequence.  So this movie’s a bit of a hoot and definitely worth checking out.  English subtitles.  B&W, 35mm.  

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