Macabre Theatre (2002–2012)
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Renfield the Undead 

Renfield, the mad slave of the evil vampire Count Dracula, is now himself an insane vampire stalking a modern day metropolis.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Hooker / Dracula's Bride
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Woman
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The John
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Mr. Hawkins / Dracula Double
Natalie Popovich ...
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Press corps reporter
Roxy Vandiver ...
Young Woman
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Quincy Harker
Allison Phillips ...
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D.A. Sally Branch
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Willard Caine
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Paula Craig
Mel House ...
Morgue Attendant
Sarah Wyckoff ...
Police Officer
Keli Wolfe ...
Dr. Bonnie Johnson
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Storyline

The New Macabre Theatre is now showing new unreleased movies each week. New and interesting segments like "Hot in Horror" showcasing filmmakers on projects they are working on. "Trailer Madness" showing trailers of new and exciting films yet released. "On the Set" shows horror filmmakers at work and how they do the magic they do. "Goth Trivia" is a game show where viewers can win DVD's of the Movie they are watching. Written by Buzz Remde

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The Blood Is The Life! See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

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Release Date:

17 September 2011 (USA)  »

Box Office

Budget:

$170,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

40% of the movie was shot on the green screen and has CG backgrounds. See more »

Quotes

Renfield: Vampire's blood; a delicious abomination. It is the life force of the vampire...
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User Reviews

 
Reinfield a lousy movie

Watched Reinfield last week, it is frankly a waste of time.

The plot line is loose and confusing at best, if there is any. The opening is confusing too, seeming like a bad remake of Pan's Labyrinth.

The references to Bram stoker's Dracula are cheesy and too weak. The film seems more in line with Rock Horror Show, in spirit, than with Dracula.

The effects are non-existent, the actors weak, and frankly, the movie doesn't help them.

If it is supposed to be a comedy, it doesn't show. They try, but not good enough for my taste.

In short, very bad movie, don't waste your time and money.


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