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Love at First Bite [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
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soundtracks during the disco scene - which on my DVD player requires only a single button press.
This is a deffinate buy. Haven't got this R1 version as live in England and the R2 I picked up taped over the "I love the Nightlife" song from the disco. Trust me and check with the seller if the song is still on there as you can really tell they're not dancing in time with the music in my version.
Otherwise fab-tastic film still makes me laugh. "You are getting sleepier and sleepier"
Leading is George Hamilton as Dracula, who is simply excellent. Rather than just lazily channel Lugosi like Leslie Nielsen would do in the other big spoof of Dracula, Hamilton gives the role a dignified air. He has the accent and getup of Lugosi, but not to the point of excessively cartoony, while his height and face are more in line with someone like Christopher Lee, a sort of epitome of the tall dark stranger. Instead, in the zany category, we have Arte Johnson as Renfield and future director Richard Benjamin as the great grandson of Van Helsing, now a psychiatrist in New York. While Johnson adds a strange likeability to the usually maverick and oddball Renfield, Benjamin just cracks over the course of the film as, despite technically being the rational voice, everyone just dismisses him as a nut, and he runs with it. Susan Saint James as Cindy on the other hand doesn’t really have much to do save for being an inversion of the typically dainty love interest in vampire films, and though she does well, she doesn’t move much beyond being a one note joke.
On a technical level, the film is mostly directed pretty basically, given the New York setting, but the opening sequence in Transylvania is wonderful. Stan Dragoti, the same man who directed Mr.Read more ›
I bought this dvd as a birthday gift to myself (as you do!) and was dismayed when the disco scene started. The music was ok, but when the camera followed Dracula's and Cindy's foot movements, the song was completely out of place and in my head all I could hear was "I Love The Nightlife". Extremely disappointed. Now when I watch the film I just skip it to the next scene, as I can't stand watching something that looks out of sync! If a petition is available to get this song back in the movie, please let me know and I'll be happy to add mine and all my friends names to it as they feel the same way.
The answer is: getting kicked out of his castle by angry villagers and bureaucrats in the pocket of Ceausescu ('without me, Transylvania will be about as exciting as Bucharest...on a Monday night'), catching a plane to New York with loyal servant Renfield and his penchant for eating the sort of thing Ant and Dec force down your throat on 'I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!' and tracking down the girl of his dreams.
The gags may be juvenile, but they're priceless: Van Helsing's ancestor trying to exorcise Dracula with a Star of David, rather than a crucifix; the Count being mugged in the Bronx; alcohol in someone's bloodstream giving him a hangover.
Totally brilliant. I can never hear that cheesy disco favourite 'I Love the Nightlife (Disco Round)' without thinking of this film. A triumph!
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The whole family, the generations and we all laughed and laughed loved itPublished 6 months ago by j smith
Beautiful film with George Hamilton, very funny, most enjoyable.Published 8 months ago by K. Boatman
I remember going to see this at the cinema. It is silly fun and full of stupid jokes. Ideal for a girlie night with popcorn and wine which is why I bought it.Published 12 months ago by m mowbray
Strange re-packaged spanish language version, but saved by the optional original soundtrack. It's a good spoof, with some great lines. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gordon Modyor