Cuadecuc: Vampir (1970). I'd heard of this Spanish production years ago and wondered ever since, so it was great to finally see it in full. Put together by Pere Portabella, this is either an avant-garde experimental documentary on, or a compilation of out-takes and rehearsals of, Jess Franco's Count Dracula, with no dialogue, only music and sound effects, although it ends with Christopher Lee reading an excerpt from Bram Stoker's novel concerning Dracula's murder. Best experienced on mild hallucinogens, this film marvellously evokes the dark, eternal caverns of the unknown. Pure Gothic Ecstasy. Watch/Download a video-to-DivX version here.