Death and spiritual torment stalk three American students visiting the Carpathian mountain homeland of Vlad Tepes.

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Cast

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Adrian
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Radescu
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Jeff Meyer / Husband
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Alexa Meyer
Nicholas Irons ...
Justin / Knight
Monica Davidescu ...
Linsey
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Mircea
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Ilona
Mircea Stoian ...
Claudiu
Andreea Macelaru ...
Stefana (as Andrea Macelaru)
Alin Panc ...
Petre
Alexandra Velniciuc ...
Andrea
Zoltan Butuc ...
Grandfather
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Ilie
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Death and spiritual torment stalk three American students visiting the Carpathian mountain homeland of Vlad Tepes.

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Evil never dies.

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Horror | Thriller

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Rated R for sexuality, nudity, violence and some drug use | See all certifications »

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12 February 2004 (Argentina)  »

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Влад  »

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When Jeff and Adrian are discussing meeting with the holy man, the necklace appears and disappears from Jeff's neck between shots. See more »

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All In My Head
Written & Performed by Brian Mitchell
Courtesy of B&J Productions
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A Must-See!
31 August 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to catch this film at a screening in Los Angeles and enjoyed it immensely. What I liked most was the way the film blends all the classic elements in a traditional vampire film, but remains unique in its approach. Rather than relying on blood and gore, it portrays Vlad the Impaler as more than a monster. We're shown glimpses of his past and quickly empathize with his pain, even as we're terrified by his brutality.

The love stories woven into the film and the pace at which it's told keep you emotionally invested and on the edge of your seat. The tone and feel of romance, aided by the beautiful backdrop of the Carpathian mountains, is undeniable and moving.

The film carefully balances love and anguish while merging past and present worlds. Even though it's set in modern day, the film shows how we as people face the same struggles throughout our history. Vlad is incredibly well thought out and acted, and should be enjoyable to a wide range of people. The nudity and violence in the film is done with taste and purpose and I'd recommend this film to anyone that wants a romantic saga about one of the world's most notorious monsters.


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