Father Uffizi and Luke travels through a Romania destroyed by the civil war and the vampires. Luke is trying to save Elizabeth from the claws of Dracula, and Uffizi to terminate with the vampires. Along their journey, they meet the British television journalist Julia Hughes covering the war, and the trio follow together facing dangerous situations with the rebels and the vampires.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
12 July 2005 (USA)
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(at around 53 mins) When Father Uffizi gets his whip back, he swings it over his head before hitting a vampire. While swinging, he hits a box that falls down. This is computer animated, which can be seen because the box falls a little before the 'whip' actually hits it. See more
How come you never say his name?
He has no name.
Uh... then what's "Dracula?"
A conceit. He keeps returning to it mostly because of the terror it inspires. The creature goes back much further than that.
How much further?
The church has records. Incomplete, obscure. We know he's corrupted every known faith in the world. From Ancient Egypt, Rome, throughout Asia Minor, East Indies, Central Africa. He has as many names as he does faces, all different, but all the same.
Follows Dracula II: Ascension
Drac in Black
Written by Marco Beltrami
Performed by Marco Beltrami
and Buck Sanders
Published by Peanella Music (ASCAP) See more