The day that Jonathan Harker slayed Count Dracula was a more important event than most people realize. For it was not just the death of the count, it was the destruction of 'The Master's Power.' Without a master, the entire race lost its ability to turn humans into vampires. For generations, the Harker family has guarded the Master's Skull, the key that would allow a new vampire master to emerge. So effective were the Harkers that now, over a hundred years later, vampires are so scarce that most people do not believe that they even exist. This is unfortunate news for the modern day Harker siblings because they still believe in vampires and that makes them the town embarrassment. But when two dead bodies turn up with strange animal attack marks, the Harkers convince the town that a vampire is on the loose and promise to kill it on stage at their family home. The only problem is, the actor they hired to play the vampire is killed and replaced by an actual vampire who the Harkers ... Written by
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The movie is really not taking itself serious. The movie is very silly but has a lot of heart. It's tough to tell if this will resonate with you or not. If you can just relax and sit back and just enjoy this ride, do it. I watched it at a Festival, so I got the reaction from others too (was very well received), so try to watch it with friends.
8 may a bit high, but I do recognize it when a movie succeeds in being go silly. That's a lot tougher to do than some may imagine. Also the "acting" is good at being bad, the relationships between the characters is plausible and the "story" flows along nicely. Likable, down to earth madness, that is over the top with its humor ...
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