The Irish novelist, Bram Stoker, gave the world Dracula in 1897. This documentary explores the historical figure behind the fictional figure of horror and examines medical explanations for the myths of vampires.
In his search for the Lightbringer, Dracula crosses paths with a beautiful crusader named Alina who bears a remarkable resemblance to his murdered bride. One look at her and Dracula is ... See full summary »
When Jonathan Harker, a young solicitor from England travels into the heart of the Carpathian mountains to meet with the ancient Count Dracula, he discovers the bloody terror and plague ... See full summary »
Anthony D.P. Mann
Heidi L. Dennis,
Poorly acted, badly edited with some laughable scenes and clunky dialogue. At least these things stopped the film from being boring! Dracula is supposed to be stylish, scary and seductive. However,and UK viewers may understand this reference, the younger incarnation of Dracula here often bore more than a passing resemblance to Coronation Street's Jim McDonald.
Pleasure could be derived from Patrick Bergins' portrayal of Dracula. Particularly when he describes something as "vunderful" and informs Jonathan Harker that he has "verk" to do
Good for a laugh but no good for scares.
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