To borrow from an old capsule review of a David Bowie album, of the 236 adaptations of "Dracula" I've seen (or thereabouts), this would rank as roughly the 185th best.
Never mind the comparisons to his "Young Frankenstein"-- Mel Brooks' latest spooky spoof isn't even as wild and crazy as "Old Dracula." There is just enough amiable silliness in "Dracula: Dead and…
Francis Ford Coppola's take on the Dracula legend is a bloody visual feast. Both the most extravagant screen telling of the oft-filmed story and the one most faithful to its literary source, this…
Dracula has about been Hammered to bits in hi many British incarnations. Now Paul Morrisey takes a turn at the old bloodsucker, made in Italy in English [back-to-back with Flesh for Frankenstein]…
Universal has brought all of its terror figures - Dracula, the Wolf-man and Frankenstein's Monster - together in a nifty thriller for the chiller trade.
Treatment differs from both the stage version [by Deane and John Balderston] and the original novel [by Bram Stoker]. On the stage it was a thriller carried to such an extreme that it had a comedy…
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