The fourth, and final, film in the "Warner Brothers" "Hammer Horror Classics" Blu-ray box set, "Dracula Has Risen From the Grave" was watched last, but was actually set before "Taste the Blood of Dracula". I found this film to be slightly better (I guess 1 star better), simply for the more exotic Eastern European setting. In this film, "Dracula" is revived by accident when a priest bangs his head on a rock, allowing blood to cascade down a rocky hillside and onto the frozen corpse of Dracula, re-animating him. As with the other Dracula film in the box set, he broods in his mountain top lair, and commands beautiful busty women to lure men to his hideout. As I stated before, the "Dracula" character leaves me a little cold.
"Dracula Has Risen from the Grave" opened in Portland on Saturday, May 17th, 1969 at the "Broadway Theater" in downtown PDX, playing as the second feature paired with "The Witchmaker".