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Bonnie & Clyde Vs. Dracula

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After their latest heist goes wrong legendary outlaw couple Bonnie & Clyde are on the run from the law and in need of fast money to fix up their companion who was shot during the robbery. Finding shelter in small town they crash at the mansion of the notorious Dr. Loveless. When Bon¬nie & Clyde arrive at the Doctor s mansion they discover he has a secret. Deep in his cellar, the recently revived Dracula awaits...and when gangsters meet vampires, there s bloody hell to pay.


A witty, beautifully photographed and is a bona fide triumph of filmmaking ingenuity... The performances are surprisingly strong Friend's script is much tighter and more pulled together than those of any number of multi-million-dollar genre films I've seen over the last few years. Even the effects by Jeffrey Sisson and Ryan Oliphant are astonishingly accomplished. It's one of the small gems that keep longtime horror buffs like me sifting through the slag. --Maitland McDonagh, TV Guide

The film does start with several very creative scenes. First, we see a bloody corpse come to life. We then see a pair of home invaders enter a house that they discover, with fatal results, has already been taken over by the famous outlaws of the film's title. Next we see Dr. Loveless, in a very effective split-screen shot, watch the feral Dracula he has imprisoned in a dungeon feed on a female victim through her genitalia (bringing to mind a similar stunning scene in Ray Garton's classic 1987 vampire novel "Live Girls" and, to a lesser extent, the thigh feeding scene from John Carpenter's 1998 Vampires). But the film belongs to Tiffany Shepis who is enticing throughout… --Ryan Turek, Shock Till You Drop

Good looking, surprisingly steamy cinematic silliness. Director Timothy Friend offers an appealing blend of slickness and slumming. Gore-hounds and cult cinema geeks will have a fine old time. For the rest of us, it s a nice guilty pleasure. --Robert Butler, Kansas City Star

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jordan Baranowski, Tiffany Shepis, Trent Haaga, T. Max Graham, Jennifer Friend
  • Directors: Timothy Friend
  • Format: Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
  • Studio: Indican
  • DVD Release Date: May 3, 2011
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003S5TOX8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,144 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bonnie & Clyde Vs. Dracula" on IMDb

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By tvtv3 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 6, 2011
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Genre crossovers are nothing new, but with the massive literary success of the novel PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, they're everywhere now and are an entire sub-genre in and of themselves. I like the idea of a crossover. I always enjoyed it as a kid when two or three tv shows would meet up for an episode or a two and would sometimes think of tv shows that would have been neat to see together-how cool would it have been if Magnum P.I. would have visited the mainland and got involved with the A-Team? Therefore, I picked up BONNIE & CLYDE VS. DRACULA just for the title alone. I kept thinking, it would be great to see a couple of gangsters take on the vampire king.

In the movie, Bonnie & Clyde are on the lamb after a bank robbery gone wrong. They are in need of a new car, a hideout, and a way to make some quick cash to get on their feet again. Clyde leads them to an "inn" of disreputable repute in the middle of nowhere where a friend of his is supposed to meet them with details of a bank robbery gig. Things don't go according to plan and instead of robbing a bank the duo take part in the theft of a moonshine truck. Unfortunately, that operation goes haywire, too and Bonnie and Clyde eventually find themselves at the house of a mysterious doctor who has brought Dracula back to life. The body count of people and vampires start to pile up as the duo fight to get out of the house and back on the road.

BONNIE & CLYDE VS. DRACULA starts off in an interesting and entertaining fashion. The movie also has some humorous bits scattered throughout. Unfortunately, the movie isn't a straight comedy and the strong beginning and funny parts aren't enough to keep the momentum of the movie going. They are supposed to join a friend of theirs, Henry, on a bank robbery.
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I originally caught this movie on the screambox channel on my roku. I must admit that at first I just couldn't bring myself to watch what I initially believed would be straight up cornball. I finally broke down and gave in simply because screambox kept shoving it in my face . So I finally gave in and guess what? I loved this little gem. I can't say that anyone will find anything disturbing or even scary however this cross over genre is absolutely 100 minutes or more of pure fun. For an indie it's a wonderful period piece. Hollywood couldn't have done the sets and costumes any better with one exception, the brand new homes that they couldn't quite hide completely in the opening scenes even though they did try to concel them by shooting at a point in the road where some rather tall Hills almost did the trick, but really who cares? Bonnie is meaner then mean and Clyde for a bad as_ gangster plays her calming counterpart to keep that mean bitc_ leveled. I'm not going to give away all spoilers but I found this movie fun, funny and entertaining. All the strange characters in Drac's and Dr. Loveless's lare as well as Bonnie and Clyde and their gangster friends are more than believable. Dacula himself (also played by a member of the friend family) turned out to be one of the best I've seen onscreen in the old school style however as another reviewer said out of 100 minutes it takes about 85 just for Bonnie and Clyde to end up on the doorstep of Dr. Loveless looking to kidnap the evil Dr. to patch up one of the gang, by this point the entire weird mansion is already loaded with enough turned vampires to overtake an entire city in one night. So if your counting the minutes you realize by now that it takes less than 15 minutes for good old Bonnie and Clyde to fight their way out.Read more ›
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I must say with a title like "Bonnie & Clyde-vs-Dracula", ones expectations run rather low, but this movie pulled some suprisingly good acting from the leads and decent special effects. But, the one thing that usually lacks in small indie films was in full bloom here..A GOOD SCRIPT! I think you will find yourself rooting for the bad guys (remember the 1967 film Bonnie & Clyde with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, didn't you root for them for most of the film, even though they were the "bad guys"..i did). I am in now way comparing this film to that classic, but you kind of come away with the same love for the characters. The horror elements work very well with the violent nature of the "bank robbing duo", complimenting the action, and has a few suprises and twists. Bonnie is wickedly played by the sultry Tiffany Shepis. She evokes all the energy and spontaneity of the character. I personally think her performance is the strongest of the two. Clyde, played by Trent Haaga, is the "on the run" outlaw who struggles to keep up with Bonnies mood swings, trying to please her every chance he gets. Dracula is played very well by Russel Friend, it's just too bad there was not more of him at his "full power". Some great supporting roles, especially by the troubled, tortured sister Annabel, played by Jennifer Friend. With some decent shootouts, genuine chills, "Bonnie & Clyde-vs-Dracula" is a fine example of indie films pushing the limit of storytelling....get your copy, you'll love it!
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This movie is surprisingly good considering the ridiculous title. After seeing Billy the Kid versus Dracula and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein, I expected it to be awful, hardly scripted, and even worse acting, but... actually it's pretty good. The "Bonnie and Clyde" section could be a satiric gangster movie all by itself. The "Dracula" section is slightly wacky and weird, with a bit of a Rocky Horror Picture Show quality. Anabel is a hoot!

Well-acted, with Bonnie the star of the show and Clyde not far behind, the irreverent tone of the script keeps this from being serious in spite of the violence portrayed. It's a B-movie with A-movie tongue-in-cheek acting. Dracula barely makes a ripple, the show belongs to the humans. It's entertaining all the way through.

This DVD was rented by the reviewer and no remuneration was involved in the writing of this review.
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