Dracula's Daughter
Dracula's Daughter (1936)

A hypnotic woman steals the body of Count Dracula, and bloodless corpses start appearing in London again.

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1936
DVD Release Date: September 10, 1992
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Critic Score: 46% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Paul Chambers
Movie Chambers

Bit of a bore with Count Dracula nowhere in sight. His daughter reluctantly bares her fangs. Can vampires even have children?

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Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy

Dracula's daughter herself is strange and memorable,far better than the tawdry B-movie in which she made her first and last appearance.

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David Cornelius

The film is so clumsy and so off the mark that it winds up being a throwaway piece, something for Universal Monster completists only.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

A worthy sequel to Tod Browning's Dracula (1931).

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Steve Biodrowski

Wildly over-rated.

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Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
Goatdog's Movies

Although it is a marked improvement on the original film, it's still a bit of a snooze, relying too much on forced comedy and not enough on suspense or fright.

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Fernando F. Croce

The shift from Stoker to Le Fanu remains unmistakable

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Steve Crum

Atmospheric, early Universal horror starring Otto Kruger, Gloria Holden.

Bob Bloom
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)

A mournful and somber sequel that is more atmosphere than horror.

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Flixster Audience Score: 42% Flixster User Reviews
Aj V
An average horror movie, not very scary at all, I mean she isn't even really Dracula's daughter. It does have a couple of good scenes, but other than… More
Kylie B
I was expecting this to be a lot better than I found it to be. Maybe I just couldn't ignore the patriarchal bias which really dates the film.
Chris Garman
Dracula's Daughter is a blatant cash in on the success of the original Dracula film. Dracula's Daughter learns of her father's death and seems to… More
Cassandra Maples
Being intimately familiar with modern day horror sequels, I expected this granddaddy (Grandmomma?) of horror sequels to follow the same routine: complete and… More
Greg S
Picking up exactly where DRACULA (1931) left off, this sequel has Drac's "daughter" seeking to liberate herself from the curse of vampirism by… More
Dann Michalski
The Dracula legacy continues in Universal's follow-up film Dracula's Daughter. Picking up where the last film ended, Von Helsing is charged with the… More