Dracula: Dead and Loving It

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Released 1995

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Director:
Mel Brooks
Released:
1995
Rating:
PG-13
Dracula: Dead and Loving It is a 1995 comedy directed by comedian Mel Brooks. It is a parody of Bela Lugosi's 1931 film Dracula. In 1891, Thomas Renfield (Peter MacNicol) arrives at Count Dracula's (Leslie Nielson) castle in Transylvania to give him the papers he needs to purchase Carfax Abbey in England. While Renfield is there, Count Dracula, who is a centuries-old vampire, puts a spell on the man and turns him into a brainless, bumbling servant. When the pair then travel to England, Count Dracula moves into his new estate, while raving Renfield has to stay at a mental asylum. Soon after he arrives, Count Dracula becomes attracted to Lucy (Lysette Anthony) and Mina (Amy Yasbeck), the young, beautiful daughters of his neighbor. When the eccentric vampire decides to drain their blood, the only person who can stop him is Dr. Abraham Van Helsing (Mel Brooks), with a little help from Renfield. With over-the-top acting, exaggerated bloodshed, and slapstick humor, Dracula: Dead and Loving It is a campy parody that is sure to delight lovers of the vampire genre.moreless
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