aka Dracula's Dog
How bad is it? It's worse than you'd expect a vampire dog film to be.
Should you see it? Yes. Between dull sections, there are some good scenes.
An accidentally resurrected vampire dog pulls the stake out of its master and then the two of them go to America in search of their master, the last in the line of Dracula; the descendant of Dracula doesn't know his true identity, of course. Jose Ferrer fights Michael Pataki, both in the story and for worst film credit. There are scenes of packs of dogs attacking a shack and a car, which are pretty good, but not enough to sustain the film or make you forget you're watching a vampire dog movie.