The story of the greatest lover who ever lived, died, and lived again and now for the first time on Blu-ray™.
A chilling and sensual interpretation of the classic horror tale, starring veteran actor Frank Langella and screen legend Laurence Olivier.
When a ship is wrecked off the coast of Whitby the sole survivor, Count Dracula, emerges from the storm to take up residence in Carfax Abbey. Very soon, local beauty Mina dies mysteriously, raising suspicions of her father Professor Can Helsing. Convinced of Count Dracula's evil, Van Helsing is horrified to discover his late daughter's friend Lucy has become involved with the sinister Count.
But can Lucy be persuaded she is in danger, or is she too much in the thrall of her new found passion?
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A classic title on Blu Ray. Nice transfer. As per Director John Badham's desire, when this was first put on VHS and subsequently DVD, The colours were heavily toned down. He wanted to shoot it in Black and White, but was over ruled, so this was the compromise. I saw this in the cinema at the time, and remember the colours were very strong, so seeing the slightly washed out palet takes a bit of getting used to. A 5.1 Audio mix would have been nice, but otherwise a great film.
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