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Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995) - Movie Details

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Horror Comedy
88 min.
Release Date
December 22, 1995
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Running Time
88 minutes
MPAA Rating
Rated PG-13 for comedic sensuality and gore

It is 1893, the age of Count Dracula. It starts out in Transelvania, where a man named Renfield is seduced by the Count's vampire women, held prisoner so they can fulfill their thirst for blood. He escapes, however, and returns to London, only to learn that Count Dracula has followed him there. Once there, the vampire sets his sights on the man's fiancĂ©e. Luckily for Renfield and the rest, however, Count Dracula is a clumsy... Full synopsis »

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From the hilarious duo of director Mel Brooks and the great actor of The Naked Gun trilogy, Leslie Neilson, comes this new spoof on Bram Stoker's Dracula! There's lot of great comedy, all the way from a bat with Neilson's face to a body that has more blood than an elephant has. The movie, though, was based primarily on women's breasts and lacked the amount of comedy that other Mel Brooks or Leslie Nielson have. Full movie review »
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