lunes, 16 de mayo de 2011

Number 4: Bram Stoker´s Dracula

Who could forget the one that started it all, Bram Stoker´s Immortal masterpiece DRACULA
So whats to say about this magnificent film.
In the year 1462 Muslim Turks strike all of Europe threatening to conquer all, but a Romanian Knight of the sacred order of the dragon known as Draculia or Dracul Dracula summoned his army and confronted the Turkish hordes. Elizabetha his wife, treasured above all else didnt want for his love to go to war
but Vladimir gave the Saracens Hell and arose Victorious.
The vengeful Turks gave a letter to Dracula´s wife saying that he was killed in combat
Elizabetha flung herself from the tower of the castle killing herself.
and so with the actions of Elizabetha and the Turks gave birth to Dracula as we now him now. The lord of Darkness.

Dracula´s Blood Armor
Four centuries later we found ourselves in London were Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves) is going to marry Mina Murray (Winona Ryder) but before the marriage takes place Jonathan must go to Walachia on business to talk to a man that signs with only but a letter D.

The Rapist is in da house
 Dracula asks Harker to stay at his place for 1 month and he witness the most grotesque and frightful sights that any mortal could withstand but he endures only for the love of his life Mina. Jonathan escapes and finds his way to London to Mina once more but Mina Murray is the reencarnation of Elizabetha and so Dracula follows and wishes to bethrode her.

I wish i could put in simple words the greatness of this film but i can not, it eludes me and i cant summarize such a great story without elaborating more and more so just take my word for it, if you havent seen this film you should do it Now.

49 comentarios:

  1. :D :D I love bram stoker's dracula. this movie is everything I love about vampires. plus it's very well directed, full of details. great one.

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  2. Looks like an epic vampire movie I must check out :D and that's the first time seeing Keanu Reeves with a beard LOL

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  3. Number 4!? uggg I think it should be number 2... ;0

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  4. DUDE i cant believe you posted bloodlust, thats one of my favorite movies of all time.

    I took some interest in dracula a little while ago, the character is based on some guy named vlad the impaler. i bet he was a nut ball.

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  5. @ Team Panda Vladimir Tepes III was Vlad the impaler for his taste of impaling his victims, he had lunch at his courtyard while having impalement´s as he dined and thought the screams and moaning of agony where music to his ears, The legend of Dracula took shape thanks to him. A hell of a man indeed

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  6. Probably the best Dracula film of them all. It definitely does a good job cover the legend.

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  7. I still haven't gotten around to watch this one! Also, I did get to try the Bufadora beer! I liked it! Haven't been to Ensenada in ages though!

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  8. Ahhh awesome movie! Dracula is one of the best of all time! Great post. Following for sure!

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  9. That is a pretty intense werewolf sex scene....
    Although the story line almost seems like a Jerry Springer Reincarnation love story. :P

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  10. This movie caused me to do a lot of research into the mythos of Dracula!

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  11. gotta admit i read the novel but never watched the movie, looks good though

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  12. I read the book.

    And I wholeheartedly do not recommend it.

    I'll watch the movie, though, thanks to your review :)

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  13. I don't like it anymore, but I still enjoy Gay's performance.

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  14. Awesome review, cant wait to check this out ;D

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  15. a wolf raping a woman? omg! I've seen that before!

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  16. i watched this as a kid and was traumatized for life

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  17. Theee best vampire movie of all time!

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  18. yeah really the best of all! twilight and other films pushed the myth downwards...

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  19. actully i never seen this one.. was planning to watch it for years but never got the chance to do it

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  20. Havnt seen this before, looks good tho!

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  21. never seen it, gonna have to give it a go based on your review

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  22. one of my favourites in the genre man

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  23. Dracula has to be THE vampire for me!

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  24. How cant this one get higher rank?

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  25. wtf did I just see .jpg at that last picture lol

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  26. I totally missed this movie, I'll check it out!!

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  27. Haven't seen this one yet. I'll let you know if I like it!

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  28. THAT is how vampire movies should be!

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  29. Yeah I thought that this movie was excelent. Great post.

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  30. In my opinion, Keanu Reeves is the only thing that stood in the way of this movie. If it would have been cast different...

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  31. Never actually saw this, but i'll watch soon now.

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  32. I have yet to see this movie, but I will tell you why you have made me decide to watch it.

    and I quote "The rapist is in da house."

    Some one get this blog a gold star! Because that was awesome!

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  33. I wrote a paper on this film in high school.

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  34. Oh man, I totally forgot about this movie
    Love it

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  35. I lol'd so hard at the comment on second pic. Great review, movie is not so good tho, given the excellent cast and the director...Not bad either tho.

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  36. I dug the hell out of this movie in college. Haven't seen it in years, though.

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  37. LOVED this one. Gary Oldman is incredible!

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  38. Impossible to dislike this movie!!

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