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  • Actors: Angela Faulkner, Andrea Hiltz, Anthony D.P. Mann, Ilke Hincer Matt Davis
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: WORLD WIDE MULTI MED
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008I5OHXU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #178,323 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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TERROR OF DRACULA is an exciting new adaptation of Bram Stoker's ""Dracula"", that is faithful in spirit to the original text. Produced with a keen eye towards recreating the golden renaissance of classic European horror (Hammer / Amicus / Franco / Naschy), this film is both a loving homage to films of an era gone-by, as well as a carefully-crafted presentation of the ultimate screen monster as Stoker envisioned him... Dracula is cunning, fierce, and terrifying.

Customer Reviews

I believe that this movie is trying to achieve "so bad it's good" but it just doesn't "zing".
beanlynch
If you're a big fan of Dracula you'll love this for sure, but I think even the non fans will dig this one.
Shane
The design of the film puts one in mind of Hammer productions - the story is presented in its Gothic form.
nice2sayhello

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gman Writes on October 31, 2013
In this age of super glamorous teen idol vampires (ugh!) glorifying the prevailing premise that undead is hip, it is refreshing to discover a heartfelt homage to a classic novel. As has been noted by other reviewers, this is a low budget film, but what shines through here is a love and respect for not only Bram Stoker's classic Dracula novel, but also for the way horror films used to be made. Many people have forgotten, if they ever knew, that the mere suggestion of blood and death can be far more suspenseful and scary than some ax-wielding teenager ripping out everyone's spleens.

To be honest, I was surprised and pleased by the quality of this production. I was expecting a typical low budget film. I loved the locations--they gave a feeling of realism. The cinematography, despite a few rough patches, was very good overall. I thought the primary actors turned in good performances. This film is a throwback to the classic horror movies of days gone by. I thoroughly enjoyed the ride!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Abominable Doctor Phibes on April 13, 2013
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I was delighted to finally view this film. I went in knowing that this was a modest production. Looking past its humble audio-visual values, what this project evidences is a deep love and respect for its subject matter - the gothic origins of the Dracula Mythology. Anthony D. P. Mann and company have put together a script that honors the Stoker source material while bringing their own ideas to the table. The depiction of the Count by Mann is quite effective. In the modern milieu, overrun by vampires as erotic creatures or teen idols, it is refreshing to see the portrayal of Dracula as the evil monster Stoker intended. Such projects should be encouraged by the intended community - lovers of horror, appreciators of an older form of storytelling, where dialogue is important and genre traditions are revered. I look forward to whatever projects this troupe has planned next.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin Carter on March 7, 2013
This was cool just to see someone out of the mainstream's interpretation of the classic. I agree with what one of the other reviewers said, this Dracula is pure evil. That element has been missing from Hollywood versions for far too long. Entertaining.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nice2sayhello on January 14, 2014
TERROR OF DRACULA is an indie film production that does Stoker's grand subject justice. Although the budget is low and production values are limited, it is equally obvious that an earnest effort was made by filmmakers who care about the source material. The design of the film puts one in mind of Hammer productions - the story is presented in its Gothic form. As such, pains were taken to scout great locations for key sequences, especially Castle Dracula. Most importantly, Dracula, himself, is portrayed as the Evil Count, a monster that must be destroyed, not something modern and glamorous. The pace is deliberate, somewhat old fashioned, because it is, at times, dialogue-driven. But the writing is strong and we are treated to GOOD dialogue, not the insipid drivel we hear in today's "horror" movies. I think this accounts for some of the negative opinions by other reviewers - perhaps they weren't reared on Universal, Hammer, and Amicus films, after whose mold this movie is patterned. If the studios I've just mentioned mean something to you, then certainly give this one a try, and give the filmmakers an E for effort because comparatively little effort is being made these days to present Dracula in the authentic, gothic tradition.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Seamus MacDougle on December 1, 2012
First, this is a low budget film, okay, VERY low. Does that make it bad? Absolutely NOT. It is a very entertaining version of the Dracula story that while not following the Stoker novel entirely stays true to the original spirit. Dracula/Vampires have gone from horror monsters to love lorn anti-heroes to sparkling wussies in the past 75 years or so as far as cinema is concerned. This film is refreshing in that it presents Dracula as an evil creature out to destroy. There is no reincarnated lost love, no reluctance to a vampire curse he is under, no this Dracula is evil to the core and it shows and dang its refreshing. Bravo to the makers of this indie film.
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By The Movie Guy on July 20, 2014
The movie pretends to be some kind of restored recovered film which accounts for the poor quality. It follows the original Dracula story with limited action. The film is mostly dialogue and could easily adapt for a play. This is a vampire film where you never actually see anyone get bitten. The acting was simply horrible with terrible dialogue. Jonathan Harker would tell a story as a flashback, only to have it interrupted with the present Van Helsing subplot.

If you like a vampire movie where the characters move, this isn't it.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.
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