The inventive guitarist adds his new score to a 1931 Spanish-language version of Dracula that was filmed at night on the same set, over the same period, as Tod Browning's famous Bela Lugosi production. YouTube clips from the work's Havana premiere (available on Lucas's website) reveal an eerie melange of looping psychedelia, backwoods macabre, and bloodthirsty vampiric soul.
Sat., Oct. 9, 9:30 p.m., 2010
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