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2015, regia di Ryan C. Sexton
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: With teeth productions - Soggetto: Ryan C. Sexton - Sceneggiatura: Ryan C. Sexton - Fotografia: Ryan C. Sexton - Montaggio: Ryan C. Sexton - Formato: Color - Durata: 100'.
Cast: Darren L. Cupp, Alexandria Piers, David L Edwards, Jeanie Craig, Adam Detro, Marissa McCloud, John Mess, Scott Allen Tucker.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - facebook.com - senscritique.com - kicktraq.com - dvd.cool - abandomoviez.net: «El film es una adaptación moderna de la clásica novela de terror Drácula».
horrornews.ne: «...David L. Edwards Jnr plays Jonathan Harker, a real estate agent who flies to Kentucky to help a well off millionaire called Dracula (Darren Lee Cupp) buy some property in London, Ohio. A noble gent, Dracula is one of the last believers in Transylvania; a defunct legal colony created in Kentucky in the 18th century. (Yep, I too can read Wikipedia.) However, Dracula isn’t too ken on letting Jon leave even after negotiations are over and so, before flying to his new home in Ohio, he abandons the hapless agent to the women he keeps in his basement. Meanwhile, Mina (Alexandria Piers), Jon’s fiancée, awaits his arrival whilst trying to care for her friend Lucy, a reality TV socialite who has become really anemic of late. Perhaps the mysterious Van Helsing can help. If you know your Dracula, you know where you’re going with Dracula Now. Despite its brief running time, the film closely adheres to the plot of the novel without the deviations seen in others works, including Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula (I just realized how stupid that looks written down). Sexton goes to great pains to ensure that the modern setting serves the tale. Mina and her friend Lucy talk via Skype instead of letter, whilst Renfield’s ranting and raving is captured by CCTV instead of notebook. Sexton ensures that Dracula is still regal, adept to modern life, but without going over board. Those concerned will be pleased to know Dracula never pops in a Mumford and Sons CD and laments how music was better back in his day. Nudge Nudge, wink wink. No, Dracula Now should be commended for it’s slavish attention to detail. Unfortunately, this attention does not extend to the quality of the sound and editing. I’m not going to ignore the fact that this a low budget film. I understand that a certain give and take comes with independent movies and have lamented on occasion that critics should ease up. However, with all that said, it was often very hard to follow scenes in Dracula Now due to dialogue that sounded as muffled ...».