As professor Cristaldi is threatened by a curse Dracula (Aldo Monti)
& the Wolf Man (Agustin Martinez Solares) laid upon one of his forfeathers,
he asks Santo, boyfriend of his niece Lina (Nubia
Marti), to protect his offspring. No sooner does he do that is he
abducted by hunchback Eric (Wally Barron), who sacrifices him to
resurrect both Dracula & the Wolf Man. Once alive again, the duo
decides to take over the whole world, turning everyone into werewolves
& vampires - & of course, they want to erradicate the
Cristaldi-family, said professor's offspring.
Santo, realizing this one
is too big for him alone to chew, calls on his friend &
ringside-associate Blue Demon. What they don't know of course is that
the Wolf Man Rufus Rex (!) in his human form is already courting the
professor's daughter (Maria Eugenia San Martin), &, while
successfully luring away the 2 wrestlers, kills her as his lupine self.
More alert than ever, Santo & Blue Demon are locking themselves in
with Santo's girl Lina & professor Cristaldi's granddaughter, but
little do the know that the girl's nanny is already turned into a
vampire & Lina is under Dracula's hypnotic spell. So, the girls are
soon off to the monsters' cave, Blue Demon is captured & chained to a
wall, & it is up to Santo, who finds the dagger which to defeat the
monsters with, to save the day - which he does in a big brawl fought
next to a pit filled with wooden stakes (!).
All's well end's well,
& Santo & Blue Demon arrive at ringside just in time to fight El
Angel Blanco & Renato el Hippie (!).
Sure, this is no masterpiece of horror cinema, & it's at best
competently made, but everyone who loves the trashy side of fantastique
cinema will cheer at this careless amalgam, a naive & innocent mix
of ingredients from the vampire- & werewolf-genre, with 2 masked
wrestlers thrown in just for good measure (or is it the other way
Yes, it's pointless, but at the same time very entertaining !