Dracula 2000 (2000) Movie Review

Dracula 2000 (2000)

2000 | R | Horror, Thriller, Action, Fantasy
99 minutes /

User Score: 54/100


A group of thieves break into a chamber expecting to find paintings, but instead they release the count himself, who travels to New Orleans to find his nemesis' daughter, Mary Van Helsing.

Dracula 2000 Review

The master of modern horror, Wes Craven, presents a riveting adaptation of the chilling classic featuring Jennifer Esposito (SUMMER OF SAM), Omar Epps (IN TOO DEEP), Jonny Lee Miller (TRAINSPOTTING), Vitamin C (GET OVER IT), and Jeri Ryan (STAR TREK: VOYAGER). When a team of techno-savvy thieves breaks into a high-security vault, they don’t discover priceless artwork ... they find a crypt that hasn’t been opened for 100 years! Suddenly, the ancient terror of Dracula is unleashed in the chaotic 21st century. Free to follow his pursuits of seduction and power, Dracula’s first destination is America and the exotic city of New Orleans, a place where he feels right at home. Not far behind, however, is a young vampire hunter (Miller) from London, determined to save a young woman (Justine Waddell) with whom Dracula shares his dark legacy!

About Dracula 2000 (2000)

Title: Dracula 2000
Original Title: Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000
Year: 2000
Runtime: 99 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Action, Fantasy
Score: 2.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.65/5 stars from 13 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 13
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Lochlyn Munro, Gary J. Tunnicliffe, William Prael, Gerard Butler, Christopher Plummer, Jonny Lee Miller, Tom Kane, Sean Patrick Thomas, Tony Munch, David J. Francis, Wayne Downer, Tig Fong, Nathan Fillion, Duncan McLeod, Omar Epps, Vitamin C, Gerrold Vincent, Jonathan Whittaker, Antonio Echeverria, Shane West, Danny Masterson, Jennifer Esposito, Kelsey Matheson, Robert Racki, Kaaron Briscoe, Scarlett Huntley, Harold Short, Shimmy Silverman, Justine Waddell, Seaun Carlo
Writers: Joel Soisson, Patrick Lussier
Director: Patrick Lussier

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