Scream Blacula Scream

Synopsis: After a dying Voodoo queen chooses an adopted apprentice as her successor, her true heir is outraged. Seeking revenge, he buys the bones of Blacula the vampire off of a dealer, and uses voodoo to bring the vampire back to do his bidding. In turn, Blacula turns him into a vampire and makes him his slave. Meanwhile, a police officer with a large collection of African antiques and an interest in the occult investigates the murders caused by Blacula and his vampire horde.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Bob Kelljan
Production: MGM
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

You're telling me that

she didn't name a successor?

Then it's mine.

I'm her son.

The loa goes to me.

I'm sorry, Willis,

but that's not so.

She had to name someone,

and she didn't,

so now it goes to a vote.


The leadership goes to me!

Can't this kind of talk

wait for another day?

It belongs to me, you hear?

It's mine!

I'm the new papa-loa!

We told you that couldn't be.

Not unless we vote you in.

Well, let me

tell you something, b*tch.

I am the rightful heir,

and there ain't no way

that you gonna keep it from me!

You in trouble, Lisa.

You're all in trouble,

and you gonna know it!

Don't nobody turn their back

on Big Willis!

Especially you.

If my mama hadn't

taken you off the street,

you'd still be peddling,

you jive-ass b*tch!

One time.

If I ever catch you

even thinking about Lisa

or anybody else

here in this room,

your ass is mine.

Dig it?

Right, brother.


You good people take care,

you hear?

Be seeing you.

And when we vote,

we're voting for Lisa.

They were afraid...

I, as voodoo priest,

had too much power!

I too sought revenge.

I swore one day...

they would pay

for having me dethroned!

What is it?


Bones that's powerful enough

to revenge all past indignities!

You must be careful...

for this is power...

beyond all common man!

I ain't afraid of no power!


This is all you need to know.

Take it!

Hey, Blood.

Hey, what's this, man?

What's going on, man?

I can't see myself!

You got something

to do with this, man?

I'm afraid that's one of

the misfortunes of the cursed.

Oh, man, you jivin'!

Hey, look here, man,

you mean to tell me I ain't never

gonna see my face again?

Look, man, I don't mind

being a vampire and all that sh*t,

but this really ain't hip.

I mean, a man

has got to see his face!


I don't even know

if I want to go now.

Can't even see myself!

How do I look, man?

You were going somewhere?

Yeah. Justin's having a big party.

He's showing off

his African collection.


Yeah. Dude's brought back

all kind of stuff--

sculpting, jewelry.

Come on, man, tell me the truth.

It's important. How do I look?

You've decided to go?

Well, you know, I might as well.

Anyway, my old lady's

gonna be there,

and she gonna get

dead in my case if I ain't there,

so, look, you have a nice evening,

and I'll see you later.

You'll go nowhere!

Now listen to me carefully.

You are never to leave this house

without my permission.

Your only justification for crawling

on this earth is to serve me.

Understand me well.

If you ever dare to disobey...

I will slice into your chest

and pull

your worthless life out.


You shall pay, Black Prince.

I shall place a curse

of suffering on you

that will doom you

to a living hell.

A hunger...

a wild, gnawing,

animal hunger will grow in you,

a hunger for human blood.

I curse you with my name!

You shall be...


a vampire, like myself.

The place looks deserted.

The owner's on vacation.

Leave it to Willis

to get himseIf a soft job.

Hey, Willis!

Willis, it's us,

Elaine and Louis.

Hey, Willis!

Hey, man, we're gonna be

late for the party!

Maybe he's already gone.

No, he knew we were

coming to pick him up.

This place gives me the creeps.

Look around down here.

I'm going upstairs.



Hey, Willis.

Hey, man, you there?

Hey, Denny!

I've been looking all over for you.

What's with that long face?

Willis should have

been here an hour ago.

Judging from what I heard happened

between him and Justin this morning,

ain't nobody named Willis

showing up at this party.

This is it.

It's beautiful.


The Niger Dynasty produced

so many fine artifacts.


I beg your pardon, sir?

The necklace

is of the Eboni Dynasty.

We appreciate your concern, sir,

but I believe you're mistaken.


It was fashioned in 1 755.

This necklace was worn

by Princess Luva.

Do you have

the matching necklace?

No. I didn't know there was one.

Oh, yes.

The other was made

for her husband,

a prince of the Eboni tribe.

A thousand pardons.

I didn't mean to intrude,

but I was out walking,

and the happy sounds

attracted me.

Not at all.

I think it's terrific.

Are you sure about

those dates and things?


That's great.

I'm happy to have you here.

I'm Justin Carter.


I'm called Mamuwalde.


- Miss Lisa Fortier.

- Mademoiselle Fortier.

Professor Walston,

African Studies, Robson University.

It's my pleasure.

What part of Africa are you from?

The Segu River region,

just north of the Niger Delta.

I really must compliment you

on your collection. It's just splendid.

Thanks. It's a good one.

Justin has donated the collection

to the university museum.

I'm very happy.

Well, the party's sort of

an official good-bye.

I see.

Tell me, have you any more pieces

from the Segu River region?

Yeah, there are,

as a matter of fact.

Would you like to take a look

at some of them?

I'd be most pleased to.

Thank you.

Why don't you show

Mamuwalde around?

With such a lovely guide,

I'm afraid I'd lose

my concentration on the artwork.

How about that?

I do believe he knows

what he's talking about.

Interesting dude.

An historian...

or a dealer

in African antiquities?


Merely a devoted amateur.

All things African interest me.

- What do you do?

- Actually, I'm retired.

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