Dracula: The Dark Prince

Dracula: The Dark Prince

In his search for the Lightbringer, Dracula crosses paths with a beautiful crusader named Alina who bears a remarkable resemblance to his murdered bride. One look at her and Dracula is immediately smitten. Could Alina be the reincarnation of his long-dead love? Dracula has Alina kidnapped and brought to his castle where the Beast must now try to win his Beauty's heart.

While searching for the Lightbringer, Dracula crosses paths with a beautiful crusader named Alina who bears a remarkable resemblance to his murdered bride. One look at her and Dracula is already smitten. Could Alina be the reincarnation of his long-dead love? Dracula has Alina kidnapped and brought to his castle where the Beast must now try to win his Beauty';s heart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Freddy H (mx) wrote: It's kind of a facsimile of The Social Network only it's narrative is the eatery business instead of social media.

Rico F (ru) wrote: I thought this was a decent gangster/hooligan movie. I had mixed feelings about Nevern's narration. As much as I do rate him as an actor and I do normally like narrations dictating films, I thought at times he might have been trying too hard and every sentence seemed like a 'punchline'. This is not to take away from the overall performances of him and the other cast members who all had their part to play.

Robert G (ag) wrote: I can see the interest in the idea, but the use of some some lower tier actors and poor devilment left the movie just that. An interesting idea for a movie and not quite fleshed out all the way.

Arin D (au) wrote: Despite slightly preposterous plot turnpoints, this film is so darn effective that it's hard to dislike. And based on the (apparent) revelations on who the 'Indian Mujahideen' were.. this is scarily prescient. Male lead Rajeev Khandelwal is the next Shiney Ahuja, probably. A good acting turn for once. One of the new breed of intelligent urban Indian films. Shame if you miss it.

Patrick B (us) wrote: I think Derek Malcolm from This is London said it best saying, "Why bother with horror films when you can see this?"

Sylvia T (mx) wrote: a homosexual love strong... a blue mood ran through the whole film... sentimental...

Melissa M (fr) wrote: Not particularly thrilling, though admittedly I watched it in pieces.

Muffin M (au) wrote: Mark (Jim Carrey) has just one thing on his mind: going all the way. But while his girlfriend keeps telling him he has to wait, he meets a beautiful vampire countess (Lauren Hutton) who's ready for action! Mark's just happy to get past second base...but after a one-night stand with the sexy seductress, Mark starts behaving more than a little batty and realizes he must find a way to break his lover's fiendish spell...or be prepared to work the graveyard shift forever! also stars Karen Hopkins, Cleavon Little, Thomas Balladore, Skip Lackey, Jeb Stuart Adams, Dan Barrows and Stuart Charno.directed by Howard Storm.

Ms Amanda J (it) wrote: "Yeah, you saved my soul." NICE mood music for ice skating. The aforementioned song number (sang by Canadian artist Burton Cummings - fit for this movie since it's a Canadian production) begins during what many call the best and scariest scene in the movie (featuring Lesleh Donaldson). But I disagree - there are many more, such as the ending confrontation between the killer and the remaining survivor(s). Who's the culprit? With Stryker, Samantha, and six actresses in the mansion, process of elimination comes to mind. But there are still unanswered questions, as a final twist is revealed even when the killer is known. Somewhat heavy if you're expecting a by the numbers slasher. There's some vulgar language in this movie that surprised me because it was in bad taste (but humorous nonetheless). There's a memorable scene with a stuffed dog talking dirty, thanks to the aid of Patti (Lynne Griffin), the actress who brings comic relief to the group of women. One review for this movie stated that they couldn't tell the six actresses apart. I personally had little problem with that and my favorite is probably Laurian Summers (Anne Ditchburn) because she is so delicate and well mannered. Overall, Curtains isn't by any means a consistent or polished horror movie - you'll be saying "what was the point of that and what happened to using that element for the rest of the film" - but it's definitely passable and worth watching.

Hugo G (es) wrote: I saw first the remake, and thought it was a very cute love story of a young couple, but nothing else. And after watching and comparing both of them, I don't think one was better than the other, simply because they were both so different. This one being more dark and mature, but also being about a more obsessive first love than a cute romance. The acting thought it was good, and just by looking at Brooke Shields, you could believe how a man could fall so hard in love.

Oscar H (jp) wrote: Okej och lite annorlunda monsterflick frn 1950-talet. Hr finns inga direkta monster, utan enbart kristaller frn yttre rymden som "frkar" sig nr de kommer i kontakt med vatten. Som s ofta representeras planeten jorden av en liten hla i den kaliforniska knen.

Darine S (fr) wrote: steppin out with my baby number & the way Garland decided to make-up at the end the song & hat & everything .. cute

Kate M (fr) wrote: Not enough to be one of my Pixar favorites..