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Killer Barbys vs. Dracula

Spain/Germany 2002
produced by
Carsten Frank, Jacinto Santos Parras for Impacto Films/Quiet Village Filmkunst
directed by Jess Franco
starring Silvia Superstar & the Killer Barbies, Kike Sarasola (= Enrique Sarasila), Dan van Husen, Billy King, Lina Romay, Aldo Sambrell, Peter Martell (= Pietro Martellanza), Katja Bienert, Bela B.Felsenheimer, Carsten Frank, Fata Morgana, Carmen Montes, Ezequiel Cohen, Paul Lapidus
screenplay by Jess Franco, José Roberto Villa, Rosa Maria Almirall (= Lina Romay), music by Jess Franco, Daniel J. White, songs by the Killer Barbies, Bela B.Felsenheimer & die Ärzte

Killer Barbys, Dracula

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Lina Romay, as Transylvania's militaristic minister of cultural affairs, brings Dracula's coffin - with the vampire (Kike Sarasola)  neatly staked inside - to a Spanish amusement park where punk band the Killer Barbies are to perform. During their performance, though, the vampire's stake gets somehow removed, and, when watching the band's concert, Dracula falls in love with sexy lead singer Silvia Superstar. 

But, to still his thirst for blood, Dracula also has to bite some people to death, among them ex-sex-star Katja Bienert as a tv-reporter & his own arrogant descendant (Bela B.Felsenheimer of the extremely popular German fun-punk-band die Ärzte) , as well as a fake Dracula (Peter Martell) & a militaristic Romanian government official (of course Lina Romay). 

Soon, there's vampire galore since the vampire infection has become epedemic, & the police - not all that familiar with the supernatural - knows little to do against it, but fortunately, the wise but blind doctor Seward (Dan van Husen) drops by & makes up a plan that involves Silvia Superstar running around some misty streets & being attacked by Dracula on stage. 

In the end, pretty much everyone in the movie still alive helps in hammering a stake through the vampire's heart.


Though it has an intentionally stupid story & intentionally silly dialogue, this movie is full of missed opportunities, since due to a messed up screenplay that has many plot-elements lead to nowhere, much of the fun comes across rather pointless in the end. And, this movie, though most of the women are in revealing, even sexy outfits, contains no nudity. Well come on, after all, this is a Jess Franco movie !!!

Lina Romay's performance is pretty funny though, a broad caricature of a sadistic prison warden (of which Franco had so many in his movies during the 70's), but the best performance is Dan van Husen as charismatic (charismatic ? He has to be, his assistant announces him that way !) Dr. Seward, a perfect parody of the blind Dr. Orloff of Jess Franco's La Comtesse Noire/Female Vampire from some 30 years earlier - a performance that is still highly hilarious even if you haven't seen that film !


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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