SUCKULA (1973) Review and overview

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Suckula is a 1973 American adult comedy horror feature film directed by Anthony Spinelli [as Jack Armstrong].


The film stars Pat Arno, Ann Finn, Art Gill, George ‘Buck’ Flower (Criminally Insane; The Fog; Pumpkinhead), Brigitte Maier, Antoinette Maynard, Paul Scharf, Keith Erickson and Jim Sims.

George Smutnam (George ‘Buck’ Flower), a New York news reporter, covers Dracula’s rampage in Hollywood.



“The movie is like a poverty row version of The Groove Tube or Kentucky Fried Movie. There are goofy commercials interspersed throughout them tracking down Dracula. I did think it odd that the Dracula scenes were done with silent film title cards. Made it a little surreal.” Divine Exploitation


Choice dialogue:

George Smutnam: “Now stay tuned for the late movie, The Mad Motorcycle Monster Who Ate Naked Hippies.”




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