Dracula's Curse Reviews

  • Nov 01, 2011

    Dracula retold in a modern setting - and the result is as you'd expect. Despite the modernization, there is not enough originality to keep the film afloat, and the meta-fictional parts crash and burn. While I sorta like Patrick Bergin as an actor, he is all kinds of wrong as Dracula. Oh, and when the opening scene makes you laugh out loud, you know what you're in for. In fact, there is a lot of unintentionally hillarious in this film, but otherwise it's extraordinarily unremarkable.

    Dracula retold in a modern setting - and the result is as you'd expect. Despite the modernization, there is not enough originality to keep the film afloat, and the meta-fictional parts crash and burn. While I sorta like Patrick Bergin as an actor, he is all kinds of wrong as Dracula. Oh, and when the opening scene makes you laugh out loud, you know what you're in for. In fact, there is a lot of unintentionally hillarious in this film, but otherwise it's extraordinarily unremarkable.