The Blood Drinkers

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The Blood Drinkers (USA/Philippines,1964) is a Horror film directed by Geardo De Leon. It is advertised as the first Filipino Color Horror movie.


Main Details

  • Released in 1964
  • Color
  • Running Time: 88 Min.
  • Production Co: People's Pictures
  • Distribution Co: Hemisphere Pictures (I) (1966) (USA) (theatrical) | Hemisphere Pictures (I) (1971) (USA) (theatrical) (retitled re-release) | Ken Films (1972) (Canada) (theatrical) (dubbed)
  • Directed by Gerardo de Leon
  • Written by Cesar Amigo, Rico Bello Omagap
  • Starring Ronald Remy, Amalia Fuentes, Eddie Fernandez
  • Produced by Cirio H. Santiago, Danilo Santiago
  • Cinematography by Felipe Sacdalan
  • Film Editing by Atilano Salvador

Plot Summary

  • A mad nobleman and his vampiric helpers terrify a small town until the villagers turn against them.

Also Known As

  • Blood Is the Color of Night (USA)
  • Color of Night (USA)
  • The Vampire People (USA) (reissue title) (TV title)


  • A Cult of Undead Creatures Seek Fresh, Warm, Human Blood!
  • The Blood Drinkers begin where Dracula, Frankenstein and the Wolf Man Left off!
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