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Killer Barbys Vs. Dracula

Release date: 2002 Spain/Germany
Running time: 85' (cover 85') - Source: DVD (RC 0/PAL)
Rating: Germ.: 16; UK: 15; US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Jess Franco (Vampire Junction 2001; Count Dracula 1970)
Producer: Impacto Films / Quiet Village Filmkunst
Score: Jess Franco / Daniel J. White
Writer: Jess Franco / Jose Roberto Vila / Lina Romay (as Rosa Almirall) / Jacinto
Director of photography: Emilio Schargorodsky


Summary: Strange things happen at an exotic amusement park on the Costa del Sol. While the famous rock group Killer Barbies are getting ready for a new tour, a mysterious hearse arrives on the scene. Irina (Lina Romay), the director of the Transylvanian tourism office, has brought her country's most famous personality, Count Dracula (Enrique Sarasola), to the south of Spain to present his corpse in an advertising campaign for Transylvania.
When Killer Barbies lead singer Silvia Superstar gets wind of the fact that Dracula is in town, she tries to make contact with him. After presenting her new song "Wake Up", the Count is aroused by Silvia's voice and awakens from this centuries-long sleep. Silvia's innocent flirt soon becomes a dangerous game of fear and terror for everyone in her life. In despair, Irina asks the internationally renowned vampire hunter Dr. Seward (Dan Van Husen) and his nervous assistant Albinus (Carsten Frank) for help in ending the Count's blood-thirsty adventures...
Note: - Sequel to "Killer Barbys" (1996).
- Jess Franco, who was declared, along with Luis Bunuel, by the Catholic Church as one of the "most dangerous filmmakers", became infamous for strange films of horror, eroticism, weird comedy, film noir and surreal drama.
- The film was shot in digital video, featuring Jess Franco's wife, Lina Romay, alongside with Bela B. Felsenheimer (from famous German rockband "Die Ärzte") and veteran actors from the late 60s spaghetti westerns (Aldo Sambrell, Peter Martell and Dan Van Husen).

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