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One way or the other, there really is something to be said for a movie which seems to revel in its own inherent comic-book silliness.
Los Angeles Times
Dracula 2000 is at heart a solidly old-fashioned cloak-and-fangs vampire flick. It honors the central traditions of the form a lot more often than it skewers them.
Although it's not half bad -- which doesn't mean it's half good -- this horror cheapie comes equipped with a few ideas, a little atmosphere and a couple of serviceable scares.
TV Guide Magazine
In the end it's the same old blood pudding.
New York Daily News
There's a lot of scary stuff in Wes Craven Presents: Dracula 2000. There are eyeball-sucking leeches, decapitations, punctured necks... and appalling acting.
Overall, though, the slapdash pic appears to be the work of folks who made things up as they went along; you might say they were, well, vamping.
The gratuitous use of the city (New Orleans) during Mardi Gras is the least of this movie's unoriginal sins.
Dracula may stay undead in the new millennium, but there's not a sign of life - oh, that bloodless acting - in this sorry mess.
New York Post
Bloody awful movie.
The New York Times
It's a little sad to see actors of the quality of Christopher Plummer and Jonny Lee Miller struggling straight- faced to dignify this sewage.
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