This American-International horror potboiler was originally issue on a double bill with I Was a Teenage Frankenstein (also directed by Herbert L. Strock). The lovely and graceful Sandra Harrison is quite appealing as Nancy Perkins, an innocent girl who falls under the spell of e-vil chemistry teacher Miss Branding (Louise Lewis).
Putting Nancy under hypnosis, Miss Branding converts the poor damsel to vampirism, committing murders and then forgetting all about them. The villainess receives her comeuppance when Nancy refuses to snap out of her spell, transforming into a slavering vampiric beast.
To cover all bets, Blood of Dracula includes a soft-rock musical number, performed by one of Nancy's potential male victims.