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Dracula (2009)

Video  -  Horror  -  1 November 2009 (USA)
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Dracula arrives in Los Angeles to drain Hollywood of blood. Van Helsing is looking for Dracula to revenge his dead father. Lucy is missing in action and Mina is kidnapped.


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Credited cast:
George Anton ...
Body Delivery Guy 2
Lana Katherine Anton ...
Matt's Sister
Derek Baker ...
Sam the Office Worker / Van Helsing's Grandfather
Rick Brown ...
Hawkins (as Richard Brown)
Dracula (as Juan R. Caraccioli)
Jesus Cesar Jr. ...
Seward's Friend / Gamer
Ivan Crasci ...
Lala Hensely ...
Patrick Kaiser ...
Detective Seward
Melissa LeSage ...
Sandra the Secretary (as Courtney Black)


Dracula arrives in Los Angeles to drain Hollywood of blood. Van Helsing is looking for Dracula to revenge his dead father. Lucy is missing in action and Mina is kidnapped.

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1 November 2009 (USA)  »

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$37,000 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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1 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is as hard to watch as it is to review. It is even harder to follow just what exactly is going on in the film, let alone what it is "about".

This movie has something to do with Dracula, but I'm not exactly sure what that is. For the most part the film consists of half cocked dialog scenes, intercut amongst each other. Most common are scenes of characters speaking with Van Helsing in what appears to be the court yard of an apartment or seedy motel. The way these scenes are intercut makes up for most of the film's confusion. Each is obviously one long scene divided in segments of about 3 to 5 minutes each. Costumes are always the same in these scenes and the conversations resume where we last saw them, regardless of the passage of time. For example: One such scene is a man grilling meat at night complaining about his cheating wife. . . through the magic of editing, he appears to be doing this for days. Guy grilling, cut to Van Helsing talking during the day, cut to movie production office scene, cut to guy grilling at night, cut to random events in the day, cut to Van Helsing talking, cut to Guy grilling at night. It makes no sense.

To make matters worse some characters play multiple roles, which brings the confusion to levels previously unseen in the world of film. Combine that with the fact that one minute a main character will be talking business in Los Angeles, and the next scene has the same character enjoying dinner with his parents in New Jersey, and magically he reappears in LA with no rhyme or reason.

Another warning: It is not uncommon for main characters to have their homes shot at the same location. The same motel room serves as 2 or 3 different apartments with out so much as set dressing to differentiate between them.

In summation. The viewer can never be certain of what is happening where and when. I have seen pornographic films with better and more coherent plots. . . with far more engaging dialog and cinematography. If you are looking for a good movie, look somewhere else. If you have a taste for the absurd and a love for unintentional comedy, try it at your own risk. This may actually be the worst movie ever made. It is the worst Dracuala movie, horror movie, and vampire movie I have ever seen. You have been warned.

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