Ignore the cheap looking movie poster. This is actually a really decent Hammer movie, with a solid cast on the set and a semi-decent plot with a relatively steady pace.
Meet Captain Kronos. Dear gods, how I want his coat. I desire his coat with such a deep materialistic urge that it almost saddens me because I shall never own that coat. It’s a great coat.
Oh, the movie, that, right. The Captain is a vampire hunter, and he’s heard there are issues with young women turning up hideously aged, in some cases to death. So he’s here to investigate. Shenanigans occur. There’s even a little bit of red herring work when it comes to letting the audience try to figure out who the vampire is.
There are weak points. Some of the plot is a little bit hazy. The end tries to give us a good old swashbuckling fight along the lines of the Scarlet Pimpernel, but doesn’t quite hit the mark in quality. But it’s a very solid movie and utterly deserves the current IMDb rating of 6.5 at the time of writing.