Films: The Fearless Vampire Killers, or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth are in my Neck (1967)
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of average human.
Summary: It's like the trailer says. Who shares "Vampires are no laughing matter"? They certainly are. And Von Krolock and company are proof of that enough. Unless you get a good laugh out of those "Twilight" ones.
History: The people in Transylvania live in perpetual fear of Count Von Krolock, who likes to infect the locals with vampirism whenever he gets a chance. He has his sights set on a young woman, so two bumbling vampire hunters come and attempt to save her. Keyword: attempt.
Notable Kills: None.
Final Fate: The hunters may be able to steal the woman away from Krolock, but by that point, she's already been infected with the vampire gene. Now the world will know of the legend, whether Krolock intended that or not.
Powers/Abilities: The vampire bite can turn others into their kind.
Weakness: A stake to the heart, or religious objects that were relevant to them in the past life.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-While the Count is a bit of a commanding force, he's held back intentionally by a pretty goofy and satirical portrayal of an upper-class brat. Imagine Legosi’s Dracula, but way hammier. Now you have the right idea.
Trivia: -Krolock was played by Ferdy Maine, who in his lifetime, starred in 230 films!
-This film was directed by (and starred) directorial Debbie Downer and self-admitted pedophile, Roman Polanski. Seriously, we don't care how many acclaimed movies this guy made, he was a self-destructive creep...even if he did have his wife killed by the Manson Family.