Having grown up on original classics like 1933's King Kong by creator Merian C. Cooper, and 1954's Seven Samurai, starring Takashi Shimura- viewing The Vampire Bat was a no brainer. But watching it digitally re-mastered. by The Film Detectives made the experience 100% greater.
When the European town of Kleines Schloss begins to pile up on bodies drained of blood, it's up to Officer Brettschneider to discover who the killer is. It's a difficult case, since everyone believes a vampire, or vampire bats are the culprit. The case becomes more frightening for Brettschneider, the closer to home the murders get.
The original movie was hazy, shady and difficult to see in certain frames, but as of March 2017, everything changed for the fab black and white. Shots are now clear and in excellent condition and easy on the eyes, thanks to the UCLA Film & Television Archive. Known for their talent of preserving and showcasing classics, a miracle was performed on the Frank Strayer masterpiece.
Filled with a fantastic cast, the story was ahead of its time. With light special effects, allowing the viewer's imagination to create the suspense and thrills, it was a sure win for me and any vintage movie lover. The Vampire Bat is now available. Grab your copy and enjoy!
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