For an obviously low budget production, a great deal of care has been taken to give the visuals a richly period flavour. The main things that struck me about 'Dracula: Bloodline', however, is the wide range of phoney accents. This is no slight on the actors, who are mainly very good, but the relentless cod French, Southern American, German and cockney tends to grate. This isn't helped by the fact that this is a very wordy film. There are many scenes of people standing around talking, relaying information.
There's a murderer on the loose, and it seems he is a vampire. Top suspect - especially to himself - is Val Drakul (Chase Ryan Jeffery), who suffers blackouts whenever a murder is committed. American psychologist Dr Lesley Parker (Erica Leeresen) has an interest in Val that threatens to become more than professional.
In a bid to include as many horror situations as possible, the characters are all confined to a seemingly haunted house during a storm, and a séance is orchestrated.
Good music score, and a pretty satisfying ending. My score is 6 out of 10.
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