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Four Film Collection (Dracula's Curse / Bled / Bram Stoker's Dracula's Guest / Fangs)


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  • Actors: Thomas Downey, Eliza Swenson, Rhett Giles, Christina Rosenberg, Jeff Denton
  • Directors: Christopher Hutson, Kelly Sandefur, Leigh Scott, Michael Feifer
  • Writers: Leigh Scott, Michael Feifer, Bram Stoker, Jim Geoghan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: January 4, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004AC6PNU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #402,945 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Four Film Collection (Dracula's Curse / Bled / Bram Stoker's Dracula's Guest / Fangs)" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Dracula's Curse:
Like helpless moths to a flame, a group of strangers are hypnotically drawn to the mysterious mountains of Eastern Europe. There they mistakenly embrace he infamous Count Dracula. Who will escape an eternal life in his army of bloodsuckers? At every turn, thissuspense masterpiece will have you on the edge of your seat.

Bled:
Sai, a new age, hip, young artist living in a downtown warehouse delves into an elusive fantasy world of the unknown. An enigmatic and handsome man seduces her to try an ancient drug that, unbeknownst to her, will make her the prey of a vampire from a dark dimension. He will take advantage of her newfound addiction and use it to cross over from his world into hers.

Bram Stoker's Dracula's Guest:
Dracula's Guest follows the story of two young lovers, Bram and Elizabeth. Dracula kidnaps Elizabeth and takes her to his castle while Bram sets out across Europe to rescue her.

Fangs:
Blood thirsty, genetically mutated bats terrorize the sleepy town of Scottsville and turn it into a place of Mass Hysteria and horror! The local detective (Tracy Nelson) and the local veterinarian (Whip Hubley) partner up to halt the attacks of the blood thirstycreatures and restore order in Scottsville. Also starring Corbin Bernsen.

Customer Reviews

We watched the whole thing because she's willing to watch movies all the way through even if they're bad.
PABookWorm
So too in this film, only this isn't as straight forward as film-makers have allowed a supernatural element to remain.
lecudedag
Will Royce ever open Kerra's bedroom door and discover she's been lying dead in there for the past few days?
C. Dennis Moore

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dawn Marakby on April 7, 2009
Format: DVD
An artist is approached by rich benefactor who seems to understand her artwork like noone else ever has before. He gives her an exotic drug, a resin from some dark ancient tree. Trying the drug opens up a dark, beautiful, sensual world and her paintings improve, but her soul grows darker as her blood lusts during these "dreams" begin to take over her real life. If you're a fan of moody, artsy, vampire films, I'm SURE you will like this. It's a bit slow in the beginning with lots of dialogue and images to set the mood, but really quite beautiful in a way.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 30, 2009
Format: DVD
Bled (Christopher Hutson, 2009)

Somewhere inside Bled, the new movie from Charlie Hutson (Dark Reality), is a really interesting movie straining to get out. The linked subjects of vampires and addiction are inherently interesting, especially in our current addiction-obsessed climate; I've seen the parallel touched on in a few movies, but I've never seen a full-length treatment of it. While there's no denying this is one, it is anything but interesting.

Sai (The Mirror's Sarah Farooqui) is an artists who's on her way up. She meets the mysterious Renfield (Ghost Rider's Jonathan Oldham) at a gallery opening, and he turns her onto a mysterious new drug that (he claims) is harvested from the bark of a tree in Eastern Europe. Okay, except that it looks a whole heck of a lot like blood. When Sai inhales the smoke that rises when you cook the stuff up in a spoon (can you see the incredible subtlety here?), she finds herself transported into a dream-world which gives her all sorts of artistic inspiration, not to mention erotic fantasies about her friend Royce (Sunday Evening's Chris Ivan Cevic). As time goes on, naturally, she needs more and more of the drug to be transported, and things get worse when her pal Eric (Shadows' Alex Petrovich) swipes her stash after his first taste of the stuff.

I don't think mentioning vampires in any film where one of the characters is named Renfield is all that much of a spoiler, even when the word "vampire" never actually pops up in the movie. But the whole vampire thing is a subplot here, actually (another take on the subject matter that could have made this a far more interesting movie than it actually is); instead, the main focus of the movie is on addiction.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nightingale on April 18, 2009
Format: DVD
Don't be lured in by the premise of this film or it's pretty dvd cover.

There is nothing artistic about this movie. It is cliche, silly, and not at all frightening. Everything about it screams awful, low budget, softcore adult film: the acting, wardrobe, cinematography, effects, lackluster romance, and most of all--forced plot.

Normally, I can sit through a B or C grade horror flick for solely the entertainment aspect, but this movie was just unbearable. It seems to sacrifice the entertainment aspect in an attempt to be "artsy," yet it comes off as mediocre as the main character's paintings.

If you are interested in a thought-provoking and beautifully rendered vampire film, invest your time in something else, particularily "Let the Right One In."
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 17, 2009
Format: DVD
I like seeing new takes on vampirism. As far as plot went, this had a rather promising premise and a interesting story. This movie was also intended to be artsy and stuff like that. But it ended up being weird, with a contrived script and really bad acting (along with embarrassing sex scenes) make this a movie that was tedious to sit through. The piranha-mouth thing was also a turn off, and the vampire makeup was... horrible.

Overall, this movie had a great premise, which was ruined by horrid acting and a contrived script.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S Bertrand on April 24, 2009
Format: DVD
... it wasn't gory, wasn't high special effect or even dramatic. However, it wasn't as bad as I had heard. It was pretty unique and that's about all I can say without giving it away. Once you put aside your hardcore Hollywood expectations you will actually see the movie for what it is worth.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By PABookWorm on July 20, 2009
Format: DVD
I can't say anything clever or good about this. My wife wanted to watch this because she likes vampire films. We watched the whole thing because she's willing to watch movies all the way through even if they're bad. She said it was one of the worst things she's ever watched and she usually likes anything. Don't waste your money on this. Your money would be better spent on the Three Wolf Moon shirt.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Dennis Moore on July 30, 2012
Format: DVD
Sai, Royce, Kerra and Eric are four pretty people living together in a loft in LA (and by pretty I mean they're not that pretty, but I'm guessing they were supposed to be). Sai is an artist, while Royce is her unofficial photographer. Eric is the carefree one who gets his share of the rent wherever he can, while Kerra . . . I don't know, her character was never really developed. Anyway, as 2009's BLED opens, everyone is attending a gallery showing of Sai's latest collection. A mysterious stranger, Renfield, shows interest in a piece and Sai invites him back to the loft to see her newest newest paintings. It's there where Renfield tells Sai about this crazy new drug he's got. It's the bark from a very rare tree, and it's covered in little red pustules that, when cooked, emit a smoke that, once inhaled, takes the user on a wild ride.

He invites Sai to try it and because Renfield has told her this drug will open her mind, she says why not. What the drug actually does is transports Sai's mind to a creepy enchanted forest in a dream reality where she is stalked by an incubus who looks just like Royce--the true object of Sai's affections.

The next day, Renfield is gone, but he's left his twig behind, and when Sai tells the others about it, she explains artists and writers use absinthe to spur their creativity, and this drug is like a super form of that. This was the educational part of the movie because I had no idea I'd been doing it wrong all these years. Silly me, I've been trying to write using my ACTUAL imagination and, hopefully, talent. Now I know, and knowing is half the battle.

Anyway, she offers some to the gang, but only Eric, the carefree one, is eager to try it. He likes what he sees and ends up stealing a bit of the twig from Sai.
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