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Based upon Bram Stoker's short stories, Dracula's Guest follows the story of two young lovers, Bram and Elizabeth, who are forced by her father, the Admiral Murray, to take a one year probation from their relationship in order to determine whether their love is true. Meanwhile, the Count Dracula is in London searching for a new home and coincidentally, or not, comes across young Elizabeth at the train station after she's run away from home and her father's overbearing ways. Dracula, though, proceeds to kidnap her and take Elizabeth to his castle where he waits for her father's arrival to settle an ancient dispute. Meanwhile, Bram' friend Malcolm sets out to inform Bram of Elizabeth' kidnapping but he soon falls to Dracula's evil ways. And, upon finding his best friend dead Bram sets out across Europe to rescue his true love. Written by
Why do they always destroy a perfectly good story?
When i rented this movie i wasn't expecting much, the only reason i rented it was because it had Dracula in the name. I know it is a stupid reason but i thought that it would be like another low budget vampire movie that was still entertaining.
The movie as i suspected had a semi good plot, but it was ruined by terrible actors, affects and director. The movie could have been good if they didn't cut everything out. It sounded good when i read the plot at the back of the DVD but when i watched it i was laughing most of the time.
Dracula was played by a large guy who didn't know how to work his fangs. Elizabeth couldn't do an English accent to save her life and her character seemed to whine and whine and whine. Elizabeth's father made me laugh because he was way over dramatic and Bram Stoker... well he just couldn't act.
This movie looked like it was made by students for a school project.
Its just too bad that this movie could have been good.
I recommend that you just skip this film and enjoy your night watching something else.
2 / 10
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