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Dario Argento (screenplay)
Enrique Cerezo (screenplay)
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Release Date:
4 October 2013 (USA) See more »
Asia Argento stars in horror legend Dario Argento's sexy spin on the classic tale about the sharp-toothed count who craves human blood. | Full synopsis »
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If this is Dario Argento's vision of Dracula, it would have been better if he kept it to himself See more (52 total) »


  (in credits order)

Thomas Kretschmann ... Dracula

Marta Gastini ... Mina Harker

Asia Argento ... Lucy Kisslinger

Unax Ugalde ... Jonathan Harker
Miriam Giovanelli ... Tanja

Rutger Hauer ... Van Helsing

Maria Cristina Heller ... Jarmila
Augusto Zucchi ... Andrej Kisslinger
Franco Ravera ... Prete (as Franco Guido Ravera)
Francesco Rossini ... Ten. Delbruck
Giovanni Franzoni ... Renfield
Giuseppe Lo Console ... Zoran (as Giuseppe Loconsole)
Riccardo Cicogna ... Janek
Christian Burruano ... Milos
Eugenio Allegri ... Oste
Nicola Baldoni ... Fabbro
Alma Noce ... Marika
Luca Fonte ... Soldato 1
Marco Mancia ... Soldato 2
Toni Pandolfo ... Capo Stazione
Simona Romagnoli ... Moglie Oste

Directed by
Dario Argento 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dario Argento  screenplay
Enrique Cerezo  screenplay
Stefano Piani  screenplay
Bram Stoker  book
Antonio Tentori  screenplay

Produced by
Enrique Cerezo .... producer
Roberto Di Girolamo .... producer
Giovanni Paolucci .... producer
Original Music by
Claudio Simonetti 
Cinematography by
Luciano Tovoli 
Film Editing by
Daniele Campelli (co-editor)
Marshall Harvey 
Casting by
Leopoldo Pescatore 
Paola Rota 
Production Design by
Claudio Cosentino 
Art Direction by
Massimo Antonello Geleng 
Set Decoration by
Marina Pinzuti Ansolini (chief set decorator)
Silvia Guglielmetti (set decorations)
Costume Design by
Monica Celeste 
Makeup Department
Massimo De Pellegrino .... personal hair artist
Barbara Morosetti .... makeup artist
Production Management
Carlos Bernases .... production manager
Mauro Cagnina .... production manager
Massimo Paolucci .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Leopoldo Pescatore .... first assistant director
Art Department
Emanuele Bellan .... painter
Emanuele Bellan .... set designer
Emanuela Corapi .... painter artist
Serena Muscas .... painter artist
Nicola Mussari .... scenic artist sculptor
Nicola Mussari .... set designer
Carlo Pagani .... property master
Pasquale Ricciardi .... assistant art director
Ivan Verna .... assistant construction coordinator
Sergio Verna .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Antonio Casella .... dialogue editor
Alessandro Checcacci .... sound mixer
Tommaso Conti .... assistant sound effects
Stefano Di Fiore .... re-recording mixer
Stefano Di Fiore .... sound editor
Stefano Di Fiore .... sound effects editor
Enzo Diliberto .... foley artist
Antonio Rodríguez 'Mármol' .... sound
Special Effects by
Marco Brinci .... special effects crew
Alessandro Catalano .... special effects assistant
Carlo Diamantini .... special effects assistant
Marco Salvati .... special effects crew
Sara Sergi .... effects office coordinator
Sergio Stivaletti .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Raffaele Apuzzo .... visual effects producer
Raffaele Apuzzo .... visual effects supervisor
John Attard .... visual effects supervisor
Juan Francisco Correa Diaz .... charater td
Fabrizio Dublino .... visual effects supervisor assistant
Vittorio Alberto Dublino .... visual effects production associate
Matthew Friedlander .... matte painter
Carlos Fueyo .... CG supervisor: Relevant VFX
Bruno Maremonti .... visual effects artist
Andrea Marotti .... stereo 3d consultant
Andrea Marotti .... visual effects producer
Allan McKay .... visual effects
Connor Meechan .... visual effects supervisor: relevantVFX
Robert Nederhorst .... digital compositor
Ernesto Paganoni .... visual effects artist
Stefano Rebecchi .... Stereo 3D Image Supervisor
Andrea Trovato .... character technical director
Vladimir Zharov .... matchmove artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Di Russo Daniele .... electrician
Giordano De Blasis .... gaffer
Michele Giuseppe Lacerenza .... best boy electrician
Ariel Salati .... steadicam operator
Massimo Santolini .... key grip
Yvette Yzon .... official photographer
Yvette Yzon .... photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alessandra D'Ambrosio .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Andrea Gargano .... color grader: film
Andrea Gargano .... final colourist
Justin McConnell .... dvd authoring: Canada
Neri Nazzareno .... digital intermediate colorist
Music Department
Fabrizio Fornaci .... trailer composer
Other crew
Germano Boldorini .... production assistant
Lon Haber .... publicity team
Zoltan Horkai .... head animal trainer: wolves
Peter Ivanyi .... animal trainer: wolves
Alessia Riveruzzi .... script supervisor
Lynn Swanson .... dialogue coach
Yvette Yzon .... assistant accountant

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Argento's Dracula 3D" - USA (alternative title)
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110 min
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Did You Know?

5th collaboration between Dario Argento and his daughter Asia Argento.See more »
Movie Connections:
Version of Dracula (1931)See more »
Kiss Me DraculaSee more »


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11 out of 19 people found the following review useful.
If this is Dario Argento's vision of Dracula, it would have been better if he kept it to himself, 13 February 2014
Author: dworldeater from United States

I am a huge fan of Gothic horror and Dracula films in particular. I am especially fond of the Hammer films with Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. I also like the Bela Legosi ones, as well as big budget Hollywood epics by directors Francis Ford Coppla and John Badam. Hell, I even found Dracula 2000 to be somewhat enjoyable. So it is a huge disappointment to me that the legendary Dario Argento dropped the ball on this production. It seems Mr. Argento, who should know better forgot how to make a film. This flick is poorly edited, looks like crap and is put together haphazardly. Words truly cannot express how bad and fake the digital f/x look in this film. By far THE WORST CGI I have ever seen! The storytelling is inept, made worst with terrible editing. The cast lacks direction and chemistry, which makes it harder not only to view a cohesive film, but care about the characters outcome. Thomas Kretschman lacked intensity and screen presence to make a good Dracula. Casting Rutger Hauer as Van Helsing was one of the things Argento did do right. However, his screen time is limited and was'nt given enough time to develop his character. There is blood (mostly CG) and the lovely ladies of Dracula 3D show us their breasts and backsides.(including Dario's own daughter, the ever so attractive Asia Argento) The erotic elements will receive no complaint from me, but do not make up for such a bad film. Argento's Dracula is 110 minutes long and I would have found that time better spent rearranging my sock drawer.

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