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      Zora the Vampire

      2000 1h 45m Comedy List
      Reviews 20% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Images of women on Italian television lure Dracula to Rome to find an agreeable bride. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member You know who you should never let in? Vampires. Count Dracula is sick of Romanian blood, so he leaves for a country that he knows from television: Italy. That's a lot different than the comic book this was based on, Zora the Vampire, in which 19th-century aristocrat Zora Pabst becomes possessed by the spirit of Dracula and suddenly has a lust for blood and, well, sex. Instead of Catherine Deneuve, who inspired the look of Zora in the comic books, here she's played by Micaela Ramazzotti and is an artist who is not all that upset about Dracula being in love with her. The Manetti Bros. directed this and I've seen it described as an "unfortunate experience" for them. Luckily, it seems like they've recovered quite well, as they've made movies in the science fiction, musical comedy and horror genres. Their latest movie is a new version of Diabolik, which I'm looking forward to seeing. The movie Zora is a strange thing. Imagine if someone made Barbarella as a children's film. But hey — I'm just excited to see any new horror movies made in Italy. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/06/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis Images of women on Italian television lure Dracula to Rome to find an agreeable bride.
      Director
      Antonio Manetti
      Screenwriter
      Antonio Manetti
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      Italian
      Runtime
      1h 45m