I grew up on the Hammer Horror and wanted to see them again. This is the second Christopher Lee Dracula film I've seen recently, the first being The Horror of Dracula, and this one is better.
It is difficult now to fairly judge films of this era, since so they are so different from a more modern film, so i gave it some leeway in that respect.
So overall... for a classic Hammer Dracula pic... it was good. Again, comparing it to the first... there was more blood... and definitely more sexually suggestive.
Of course, some of the actions of the victims are ridiculous, but that's to be expected in a horror flick.
I'd like to see Dracula be a bit... stronger... (i.e. jump down instead of take the stairs... float into a window instead of having to have the door opened) and I felt the way he died was a little lame.