Vampire in Venice (uncut)
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100% uncut, english and german audio, german release: 52 years before Count Dracula striked Jonathan and Lucy Harker he went to a castle in the city of Venice he caused a massacre so big for a vampire after killing the king he got in love with his daughter whose ghost still remains in the house now on the year 1838 after attacking the city of Wismar he is now completely recovered from his old state(Became younger like in the novel)he is still not death he has plans of gong back to the underwater city of Venice first he went to Spain on the time he caused some more terror but now he is getting in love with a relative of the king he killed 52 years ago but Paris Catalano will try to stop him from making her a creature of the night like Dracula with alittle bit of help from Don Alvise.I really recommend this movie for Dracula fans also fans of the movie by Herzog and the one by Munrau.The movie could be connnected easily with the first one it is even scarier because Dracula is even more evil than in the first installment of the Nosferatu remake series,I could say it is better than the first one I do not care who says it has nothing to do with the original 1979 shocker I am going to expllain why Dracula looks different and this is it...he drank blood and became younger.
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The production values are on a par with Argento, Bava et al and the story (restless vampire seeks eternal peace in the arms of his true love) hangs together well enough. In fact, if you're used to European horror of the '70s & '80s, you'll find it a model of logic & coherence.
The supporting cast (Christopher Plummer, Donald Pleasance among them) are suitably awestruck and terrified by Nosferatu's sudden return to undeadness. But Venice is just as much a star of the film as any of the actors and has been lovingly shot to rapturous effect in several dreamlike scenes. The score provides a suitable sonic backdrop to the action, atmospheric but without any Hollywood cliches.
The DVD menus are in German but it's easy enough to navigate through them to an English language version of the film, mercifully free of unwanted subtitles. The only drawback is the transfer. The picture isn't as bright and contrasted as it should be and is somewhat grainy. The transfer is probably from video since the opening and closing titles slow down and speed up to unfortunate if hilarious effect. This is a pity because a Spanish transfer (Clasicos de Terror) has better picture quality and no problems with sound. Unfortunately, that version has no English language option. Wouldn't it be great if someone like Shameless could Frankenstein the two versions together?
Despite the technical limitations of this release, it remains the only option if you don't speak Spanish or Italian... and if you like classic horror this really is too good a film to miss!
when i finally found out a few days ago,after continually checking amazon to see if it's available,that it is,i'd ordered it faster than a gareth bale free kick goal.
yes it is still the brilliant film i remember it to be.
i know all about the production problems,about 3 dierctors,2 being fired and 1quitting,then Klaus Kinski himself who helped out on his own scenes and script,but it is not as incoherent as some reviews report it to be if you lend yourself to this beautifully photographed,scenic and atmospheric little masterpiece.
my personal opinion is that it is not a sequel to Herzog's Nosferatu "Phantom der Nacht",But a stand alone vampire movie with the nosferatu in this film a weary,ancient vampire that still will not be beaten by mortal man but has the means of his demise at his own hands if he can have the love of a consenting virgin, this being the setting for the film's set piece finale,
at this point i won't reveal any spoilers as the ending has a surprise for you.
let me summarise by saying that if you watch it either as a horror movie fan or a fan of obscure/off beat films then this will not disappoint.
Set in and around Venice it tells the story of a secret battle against a vampire who has returned from the dead to claim his bride.
Christopher Plummer plays the Van Helsing style character and the ever creepy Klaus Kinski does a great job as the blood sucker.
Every scene of this movie is picturesque with the streets, buildings and waterways of the city used to very artistic effect.
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