FRIGHTENING FLIX BY KBATZ: All Things Dracula Video Review

Kristin Battestella aka Kbatz compares and contrasts Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and then some more Draculas, Nosferatus, and television to Bram Stoker’s original 1897 novel. Penny Dreadful, Hammer Horror, Gerard Butler, Francis Ford Coppola and Netflix’s recent Dracula series all have a moment here alongside Dracula: Dead and Loving It because why the heck not?

 

 

Read all the reviews mentioned in our Dracula conversation including:

Penny Dreadful Season 3

Dracula (2013)

Dracula 2000

Dracula 1931

Dracula (Spanish Version)

Nosferatu

Horror of Dracula

Brides of Dracula

Dracula Has Rise from the Grave

Dracula A.D. 1972

Count Dracula (1977)

Dracula (1979)

Dan Curtis’ Dracula

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Dracula: Dead and Loving It

 

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3 thoughts on “FRIGHTENING FLIX BY KBATZ: All Things Dracula Video Review

  1. Dracula has been one of my favourite characters not just from Gothic horror but of mythic characters in general. I’ve read the book twice and have lost count and track of how many and which movies I’ve seen. I’ll admit that my favourite cinematic Dracula is Christopher Lee’s because of his menacing gestures and expressions and because many of his Dracula films are set in the time the novel is set in. I haven’t seen Nosferatu yet, but plan to soon; I have no excuse not to since it’s the original of all Dracula movies!

    This has been a really good review of the Dracula movies, TV shows and original novel, very insightful and well analysed. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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    • Hi Steven! Thanks for taking the time to comment about all things Dracula! There is definitely something about that Hammer Horror Victorian Flair, no? I’m glad you enjoyed the video analysis! 🙂

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