The Return of Count Yorga (The Abominable Count Yorga)

1971

Horror /

4
IMDb Rating 5.7

Synopsis


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by horrorbargainbin ([email protected])

First of all, the sets and atmosphere are great. An opening grave yard istruly beautiful and spooky. Perhaps the big-haired living dead women crawltheir way out of the dirt with too much ease, but style is more importantthan being realistic. The Count appears to have no reason to be at theboarding school's halloween bash, but he is there, uninvited, clashing withthe other guests. The fact that there is a costumed vampire at the party,leads to amusing tension and the viewer knows that the Count will beteaching these people a thing or two about real vampires as the moviecontinues.<br><br>Cameras are placed creatively throughout the film. One strangulation sceneon a dock is shot from underwater with screaming whale sound effects. Shotsin Yorga's mansion utilize quite a bit of framing through doorways. In factdoors are important to the film, the house is rigged with mechanical gatesthat open to reveal vampires (or close to trap intruders) numerous times.Also in the house, unexplained baby dolls, but they are creepy and so servetheir purpose. Sound effects include whispering voices and laughter, perhapsnot original, but fun.<br><br>You could look at this film as a mess, or you could have a good timewatching it as I did. I don't need every phenomenon to make perfect sence orfor all elements to be resolved. I like mysterious, bizarre, artistichorror.

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Reviewed by BaronBl00d ([email protected]) 8/10

In many respects, this film is a superior to the original Count Yorga,Vampire. Robert Quarry returns as the charming, sophisticated vampire thatlives by an orphanage. His performance is wonderful as he matches wittyremarks to dull conversation. At one point, as he attends a costume party,one lady touches his cape and asks where his fangs are. Quarry replies in avery sardonic manner, &quot;Where are your manners?&quot; That is but just one of hisgreat one-liners. The real difference though between this and the firstfilm is the unrelenting horror and tension created by director BobKelljan(and the fact that the budget and supporting cast were upgraded agood deal as well). Some of the scenes are truly frightening, especiallythe onslaught of the house by the horde of female bloodsuckers. Thecastle-like home used for Yorga's lair is also breath-taking and chilling inits baronial splendour. The acting aside from Quarry is first-rate thistime around. Roger Perry is back as a Van Helsing type, but he is suitablyaided by Mariette Hartley, Rudy DeLuca, Craig Nelson, and a fine performanceby Yvonne Wilder as a deaf mute. Screen veteran George MacCready has a verysmall role as a professor, but his short screen time is a joy to behold ashe adds comic relief to this somewhat black comedic film, verbally confusingYorga to yoga. An excellent film!

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Reviewed by Erewhon 7/10

If all of this movie were as good as its best parts, it would be aminor classic, but the plot is very thin -- a lot of time is marked bypeople wandering through corridors -- and the ending is a serious letdown,since it simply repeats that of the first Count Yorga movie.<br><br>But Quarry is excellent, a little more stately, less witty, than inthefirst movie; his dialog tends at times toward the pompous, and just whathisultimate goal is remains unclear. What he's doing would seem likely tocalla lot of unwanted attention to himself.<br><br>The direction by Kelljan is excellent, as is the cinematography andmusic. Marx actually UNDERSTATES the music, very unusual for a horrormovie, and Kelljan stages several scenes without any music at all. If thescript had been given a bit more work, perhaps if AIP had allowed thefilmmakers some more leeway, this would be a significant film. As it is,it remains uneven -- imaginative, with excellent performances and a greatdeal of spooky tension. Hartley is generally outstanding.

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