Movies Galore takes a look at director James Baack’s feature “Dracula: Orgy Of The Damned” from 2013!

Written by David Strege

Dracula

So it has been a while since I have review to film from Great Lakes Artists Group with Ingy Films Entertainment  director James Baack (The Bloody Rage of Big Foot) from Illinois where he brings to us a modern-day tale of Dracula starring a local Chicago magician Ron Fitzgerald with the title Dracula Orgy of the Damned from 2013 and distributed by Cheezy Flicks.

I believe in this film is when James begins building a name for himself as he introduces the character Lord Victor Fleming played by Tim Pollard as he introduces himself as an avid collector of various stories who seems to have a very particular baritone to give off a creepy vibe As he introduces the story and announces it as a true one…

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Patricia Hughes played by Claire Fluff Llewellyn a local Chicago actress and director herself Is speaking with a therapist Jill Flanders in the beginning of the film thinking that she is being punished for some reason. Patricia relates to this therapist Usher believes that Dracula has killed her parents and has turned her into a vampire if this doesn’t sound like crazy the therapist doesn’t know what is so she refers her to someone else.

After Patricia leaves Dracula pays her a visit with his henchmen. Dracula lets Flanders run just a little bit as it seems Ron Fitzgerald and enjoys embellishing in his role for as the therapist reaches her car suddenly the vampire  appears and in broad daylight with his henchmen in tow, drinks the blood from her neck.

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Meanwhile Patricia has been sent to see a father Alexander Cutler about the matter of trying to exorcise the demons that are within her if there are any,  but he has been sent away to Ohio to bless A hidden cathedral so in his Stead she meets with a Father Mallory played by Ron Feyereisen whom she meets in an abandoned building.  He talks like a southerner but he makes claims that he has been successful in the exorcisms. while in the presence of Father Mallory Patricia has somewhat of a Daydream where it seems that Dracula comes to her division with her therapist who is Bella vampire at least in the dream and there is some kind of fiery substance along with some green smoke that we see which is actually kind of A cool effect but then the Green Smoke or red fire rises from her body and we see some kind of spiritual explosion of glass and then Patricia wakes up.  father Mallory tests her with holy water and gives her a bit with a cross ultimately to use it against her fight with Dracula as Patricia is seeking him out for Revenge for I believe the death of her family.

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Back at Castle Dracula the vampire has taken a barmaid back to his lair where she is to be put through the blood ritual of becoming one of his Brides of his already growing Entourage of female blood drinkers almost groupies… Patricia then begins her  avenge meant as she attacks one of the brides of Dracula, while the Miss Flanders is now turned into Loosey-Fur another vampire floozy.

While I realized the first half of this film is about the  track down and destruction of Dracula for the murder of Patricia’s husband and family the second half is about Crooked Hollow, the town in which the castle Dracula  sits. we are introduced to a professor of the miskatonic college Dr. Gregory Bezkorovainy played by the director James Baack where he brings two of his students to the Castle Dracula To relate to them the history of Dracula and some of the tales that have happened in Crooked Hollow.

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Meanwhile Shawn C Phillips film collector producer-director and probably one of the most known contributors two independent horror films,   who has been known to send video clips of acting bits, as well as runs a YouTube channel where he must be somewhat Rich himself because he always Gets all the new Blu-rays and DVDs and posts them on his channel and a friend in his circle of film collectors Brandon Mitchell as well  plays in here as two friends who don’t know the transformation that one is undertaking as he has been bitten by a werewolf. Meanwhile the students under take a trip to Crooked Hollow to visit the remains of a castle and spend the night at a voodoo woman’s house only to get attacked by a man and a skull mask as well as the creature which I believe is the same creature that attacked the character that Shawn C Phillips plays…

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I want to say that I relatively enjoyed these performances by these actors and actresses that played in here especially Claire Fluff Llewellyn’s character Patricia for there was a moment when she had gone and visited a cemetery where the characters husband lay.  And the scenery in which she was in at least of surrounding Woods was actually quite picturesque. I don’t know what it is about the British accent but for her it gives an attraction to her character which I believed helped her in the end and made her character very believable.  I also think that Ron Fitzgerald cut a very nice look of Dracula and knowing that I’ve had dealings with him before myself, I think he cut an image that was very striking in leather.

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I was fairly entertained and was slightly impressed with some of the effects that were very slightly used in the fight scene between Patricia and Dracula as it went down.  If you enjoy this kind of film then I would certainly suggest you seek this film out. I believe as time goes on director James Baack is learning the way of his craft as all Indie directors start out as fans of Horror and not all films that they make  can be considered masterpieces and I’m not sure If this can be labeled as such but the film is definitely intriguing and I believe that the director has many more stories in store for us.

Here is the trailer:

Starring Andrew Baack as Goblin boy, James Baack as Dr. Gregory Bezkorovainy, Tina Boivin as Jill Flanders / Loosey-Fur, Joe Burdick as Dracula’s henchman, Cassandra Carvajal as Unya, Colleen Carvajal as Mia, Desiree Demonix as
Dracula’s bride, Ron Feyereisen as Father Mallory, Ron Fitzgerald as
Dracula, Steve Galayda as Hezekia, Cherries Jubalie as Dracula’s bride, Christopher Kahler as Damien, Cleo LaVamp as Dracula’s bride, Claire ‘Fluff’ Llewellyn as Patricia Hughes, Robert Miller as Reaper Madness, Brendan Mitchell as Best Friend, Shawn C. Phillips as Werewolf, Tim Pollard as Lord Victor Fleming, Jelissa Buttercup Washington as Hot Cocoa, Pat Washington as Mama Voodoo.

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