Dracula can't find any wirgins anywhere in Europe.

An afterthought of a companion piece to Flesh for Frankenstein, Blood for Dracula hits a lot of the same notes as Paul Morrissey's earlier film, while managing to be the better movie. Made as a B-Side when Flesh was filming faster and cheaper than expected, Blood finds Udo Kier's Dracula travelling to Catholic Italy in hopes of finding "wirgin" blood. While there are no virgins left in Italy, he does run across a Roman Polanski cameo and one of the most overbearing freshman-year socialists ever put to film. It's pretty great.