Honestly, I was a little disappointed by this movie. Dracula is a story I hope you all know and I will not explain it here. The movie follows the book very well, but it also feels very rushed. The story moves very quickly and everything is concluded anticlimactic. That's the only problem I had with this movie and it honestly ruins the movie quite a bit! Bela Lugosi as Dracula, though. THAT was amazing! His way of talking, his performance, his look, it's all very well done and I can only say good things about him. Same goes for Dwight Frye as the ever creepy Renfield. His laughter will forever haunt me now. Truly brilliant! Everyone else was good, too, but these guys stand out. The atmosphere of the movie is amazing, as well. It has a very creepy tone to it and all the locations look very detailed and beautiful, especially Dracula's castle, which I wished they showed more of it, but due the movie's plot flaws, they never did. There isn't any music in the movie besides the opening credits which adds to the scary atmosphere. The ending was bad, if you ask me. It made Dracula look quite stupid and was very anticlimactic at the same time. All in all, a good movie, but a not-very-good Dracula movie. I feel that the runtime of the movie ruined it. I would recommend this movie to horror movie fans and fans of classic cinema, as this is a classic, but I honestly prefer the 1922 & 1979 Nosferatu movies.