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Dracula [DVD] [2006]

David Suchet , Marc Warren , Bill Eagles    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: David Suchet, Marc Warren, Dan Stevens, Sophia Myles, Benedick Blythe
  • Directors: Bill Eagles
  • Writers: Bram Stoker, Stewart Harcourt
  • Producers: Damien Timmer, Ian Luxford, Julie Gardner, Michele Buck, Rebecca Eaton
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English, German
  • Dubbed: German
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: ITV Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Jan 2007
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000L42NA0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,397 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Adaptation of the popular novel by Bram Stoker. The future seems full of promise for 20-something aristocrat Arthur (Dan Stevens). He has the world at his feet and is about to marry the love of his life Lucy (Sophia Myles). But all that comes crashing down when he learns that he's inherited an horrific and highly contagious disease. His desperation to cheat death is set to bring destruction to all those around him - including his new wife - as he becomes embroiled with a sinister blood cult who lure him with the false promise of curing his disease. Arthur unwittingly sends innocent young lawyer Harker (Rafe Spall) to meet the fatally charismatic Count Dracula (Marc Warren).

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The umpteenth in a long line of screen adaptations of Bram Stoker's iconic literary creation the BBC's 2006 production has the dubious distinction of a unorthodox casting in "Hustle's" Marc Warren as the vampiric Count while diverting more so from Stoker's classic novel than previous versions.

This version sees young English estate agent, Jonathan Harker journeying to Transylvania to finalise the sale of a property being bought by the aged Count Dracula. Little does he realise and all of us are more than aware, the Count is a vampire and upon learning this, Jonathan is murdered by Dracula. Meanwhile back in England , Jonathan's fiancé, Mina Murray is celebrating the imminent nuptials of her best friend Lucy Westernra to Lord Arthur Holmwood. However, unknown to Lucy her husband to be has contracted syphilis, a disease that was passed on to him by his father before his birth and is therefore unable to consummate their marriage. In the vain hope of ridding himself of the fatal illness he enlists the services of Dracula who he has been told can rid him of the affliction and aided him to secure the purchase of Carfax Abbey as a residence in London. But the Count has his own agenda and with the help of a cult who worship him, he plots to make London his own personal feeding ground. It is only the sage knowledge of Dutch professor, Abraham Van Helsing that can put a stop to Dracula's plans.

The BBC has a distinguished history, particularly when it comes to costume drama's and while it's beautiful to look at and the scenes in Transylvania are brought brilliantly to life, this latest adaptation is incredibly misjudged, hollow and ultimately unfulfilling. The problem primarily is with the unnecessary alterations made to the films source material.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This Dracula has no bite! 24 Feb 2007
I have been a fan of the Dracula novel and most of the various film adaptations as well, so when I heard of this brand new version I couldn't wait to see it. Unfortunately, I shouldn't have wasted my time. This is the most stale, dramatically empty version of the story I've ever seen. Most of the versions prior to this, although never a straight presentation of the novel, did put parts of it on screen. This one, in a move to be 'daring' and 'sexy' chose to put in a plot line about a sexually transmitted disease and for the action to be filmed at jaunty angles. Everyone is woefully miscast, especially Marc Warren as the Count. There is no mystery about him, no air of menace, just blandness. Not only that, but where are his brides? His transformations into a wolf or a bat? Where's the race against time finale? There's just no driving force in this adaptation at all. One of the most crucial characters, Van Helsing, doesn't appear until the last 25 minutes. And one of the most crucial scenes - Lucy's transformation and destruction happens in the last 10 minutes. Catch any of the Hammer movies, they're infinately better. Or check out the 1970's version with Frank Langella - a superb movie and possibly the best version to date. Anything to avoid this!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Shelley
ok like most vampire fans i was very much looking forward to this new version of Dracula, but i wish i had not wasted my time setting up the video recorder.
Dracula- who chose him to play the lead role, his acting skills where crap and i've seen the Jack Parlance version of Dracula i think i enjoyed that more!, Castle bad trying to hard to copy Gary Oldman, and can some one please tell me where the vampiresses were and why Johnathan does not escape he does not get killed in the castle he get's out and finds Sister Agatha.
i can't remember seening any gyspy's, and i don't know why Dracula wears Johnathans clothes when he is in Whitby in the day time because if you remember in the book Johnathan see's Dracula wearing his clothes out of the window when he's locked in the castle, and Dracula is on his way to the village masqurading as Johnathan to post the letters.
i can't remember seeing Quincy P. Morris in the film or Renfield, Dr Seward is in it.....thats all i can say, didn't realy do much in the film, oh before i forget Athur Holmwood is in the film, and all the way throw it he's trying to get Dracula to give him the dark gift which drag's throw the whole film.
And Lucy does get embraced but only in the last half an hour of the film and again trying to hard to copy Gary Oldman, while Mina never get's embraced by the vampire instead she get's out witted by a white sheet down in a cellar where and i still can not believe it, you meet one of the most key leading figures of the book sitting in the dark in the last 10 mins of the film VAN HELSING................and i don't remember if Dracula get's staked i think he get's shot or he might get staked after he get's shot i forget i was just just glad that the film was over.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Awful... JUST... Awful. 4 Feb 2012
Funnily enough this TV Movie was created by BBC not ITV, although it says it on the DVD. And it isnt the first time BBC have created a TV Dracula movie. There was one in 1977, which in my eyes is one of the greatest Dracula movie's to date. Where as this... what went wrong. They completely changed the story. Only small part's are close to the book. For Example: Like how Dracula starts off as an old man and slowely gets younger. Now normally i dont mind if it isnt Accurate to the novel. My favorite Dracula movie is the 1931 movie starring Bela Lugosi, and even that differs alot from the novel. But the thing is, i dont like the changes in this movie. It just doesnt work. For a start i dont like the whole Arthur getting cyphilis storyline. It was un-nessecarilly boring and didnt make it better. Van-Helsing, only get's like 10 minuets screen time. AND THANK GOD! David Suchet's performance is so dull. Van Helsing doesn't do anything but winge and wine. He looks and sounds and acts weak. Marc Warren as Dracula. He only gets a small amount of screen time. So from what i can tell, he's an alright Dracula. He's not bad. But he's to young and doesn't do much. The rest of the whole movie is pretty much talking about a wedding and talking about cyphilis.

So all in all this is by far the worst Dracula movie ive seen so far. If you want a BBC Dracula movie to watch, ignore this one, and stick with the 1977 version.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great
Great and fantastic story, great actors and really enjoyable to watch. Definitely recommend it to any one that likes this genre
Published 2 months ago by SJ
3.0 out of 5 stars Dracul
When I first watched this, I did not know what to make of it. I did wonder why it id rated "18" and not 12 or 15. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Terry
1.0 out of 5 stars Mad, bad and if you've not seen it yet, be glad.
I loath to give negative reviews, but I loath this version of Stoker's classic tale far more. Horrifically mis-cast and unfathomably "reimagined", this misfire sees some... Read more
Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 stars Bit mundane.
Not a lot to say. A bit dark as expected but lost interest a few times. Dan Stevens was great.
Published 13 months ago by Lyndsay Styles
1.0 out of 5 stars Dire; so bad, I wish they hadn't bothered.
A prime example of ghastly 'event' television during Mark Thompson's time as BBC Director General; resources were being spread so thinly that when an adaptation was attempted it... Read more
Published 20 months ago by Vericacious
5.0 out of 5 stars Maybe I'm a sucker...
I just can't agree with the poor reviews of this. Maybe I'm a sucker but the Edwardian atmosphere, Marc Warren's performance, the depiction of the Castle, Sophia Myles as Lucy, the... Read more
Published on 5 Aug 2011 by Gilbert
5.0 out of 5 stars Of course it's not the original story, but it's a great adaptation.
Some people here have written how they've been disgusted by the difference between this story and the Stoker original - OF COURSE it's different - when has there ever been a... Read more
Published on 29 May 2009 by Noémie
4.0 out of 5 stars Dark and impure.
This production of Dracula does not stick to the original story. It is an excellent vampire film regardless. Read more
Published on 23 Feb 2009 by Mr. G. Frankum
5.0 out of 5 stars Character Driven - loved it!
My favorite Dracula film prior to this was with Gary Oldman & Winona Ryder. What impressed me most about this 2006 BBC version was that it was so character driven rather than... Read more
Published on 19 Oct 2008 by D. Mcnamara
3.0 out of 5 stars Strangely absent Dracula
Despite the title, there's really not a lot of Dracula in this adaption.

Marc Warren is okay in the lead - but this is all it comes to unfortunately. Read more
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