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on 1 June 2013
I'm the first to say anything negative about low-budget horror movies. And with good reason: the directing, the acting, and the script usually suck. However, in this case, I gave "Dracula Reborn" a shot because of Corey Landis, who played Jonathan Harker. His acting was pretty decent and it made me want to watch more of the film, despite the low production value and mediocre acting.

Be on the lookout for the scenes where Dracula mesmerizes people. I found it creepy and sinister. The CGI really brought out the mood and those strange whispers sealed it for me.

Not a bad offering for the horror genre. You could do worse.
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Jonathan Harker (Corey Landis) is a boring real estate agent with no decent lines. He drives a Prius. He recently sold a downtown abandoned building to a convincing Vlad Sarkany (Stuart Rigby) and his side kick Reinfield (Ian Pfister). It just so happens Harker's wife Lina (Victoria Summer) looks like an old companion of our vampire. Add a guy named Van Helsing (Keith Reay) and I think you get the idea...with his wife's life at stake (pun intended).

I liked the cheap but effective vampire effects. There wasn't much in the way of horror. The plot was simplistic enough without twists, except maybe that very end thing. The characters were bland.When the vampire confronted the Latino gang, they could have done something better. Likewise they could have gave Quincy (Krash Miller) an expanded role and given Van Helsing a personality.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs. No sex. Bad oil painting nudity. $9.96 Walmart.
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on 14 September 2013
If you really like vampire films you will probebly like this one but I think it is a B movie
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on 26 February 2015
Some relatively thin 2 dimensional characters with acting like they were in a porno movie:)
But I quite enjoyed it.
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on 3 March 2015
disapointing thought i was about vlad tepes not dracula(total fiction) radu his brother joined the turks against vlad tepes (the only mystery was when his body disapeared from his grave.
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on 10 July 2014
not one of the best, but watchable and delivered some of the main vampire ingredients. It wasn't big budget and Dracula is a subject left best to its gothic ancient castle scenes for the real thrill of visual vampire terror.....not collectable in the real sense, but worthy of being in a vampire collection.
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on 12 November 2014
WORST VAMPIRE FILM IVE EVER WATCHED
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on 17 September 2013
dracula has been my favourite horror guy, every since i first saw the first horror movie on the Swedish television
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on 26 November 2013
It's OK cant say anymore than that.But seems that I have to in order to get the review to load !!
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on 12 January 2016
Great dvd great service
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