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Dracula: Dead and Loving It

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Dapper Count Dracula relocates from his Transylvanian castle to Victorian London with his slavish assistant, Renfield, in search of new blood. The usual, rich English are attacked by Dracula and Dr. Van Helsing is brought in to save the day.
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7M Pictures
Another Mel Brooks stinker late in his career.
November 02, 2004
The only real sparks are set off by MacNicol as Renfield, the solicitor who develops a taste for flies and spiders after being bitten by Dracula.
March 26, 2009
It's a toothless parody that misses more often than it hits.
January 01, 2000
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
This Dracula spoof belongs dead.
October 21, 2005
TV Guide
A few effective gags emerge from this hectic concoction of unfunny pratfalls, juvenile mugging and tedious enema jokes.
October 20, 2009
There isn't any sight sadder than the old champion being unaware that his time has passed away.
September 15, 2003
Movie Metropolis
Brooks spends so much time retelling the old Stoker legend that he hasn't enough time left for the necessary gags.
June 29, 2004
Los Angeles Times
Not to venture forth some sort of radical idea, but aren't comedies supposed to have jokes?
August 15, 2002
Chicago Reader
Either this is the lamest Mel Brooks comedy ever or it's too close to other contenders to make much difference.
October 20, 2009
Time Out
Brooks, as Van Helsing, is one of the more successful aspects, but he hasn't imbued in his stock company a similar ability to rise above their underwritten roles.
January 26, 2006