Jonathan Harker is called to Transylvania to facilitate a London estate purchase by Count Dracula. But when Harker finds himself a prisoner in the castle and three beautiful women threaten him, he realizes that this is no simple business transaction. His only hope is to escape or die because the alternative is unthinkable to him. Part 1 of 4.
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As Mina waits for her fiancée, Jonathan Harker to return, her friend Lucy also awaits her husband to be. The two enjoy the company of an old sailor until his talk turns dark and foreboding. . An unusual patient at the asylum sends a warning and crashing upon the coastline is the ship Demeter but all hands on deck were dead. Part 2 of 4.
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Lucy Westerna dies from an apparent loss of blood but the men who loved her find that she has been reported alive, walking in the night. Professor Van Helsing arrives to first help Lucy and then later, to lead the men against an evil that has infested the land…Dracula. Part 3 of 4.
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The truth is known for sure and the hunt, lead by Van Helsing, is on to kill Count Dracula. Mina Harker, a victim of Dracula’s blood thirst, is near death and possibly turning. The only hope for her survival is for four brave men to venture into unknown lands against an enemy of the ages. The exciting and gripping conclusion to the adaption of Bram Stoker's classic Dracula. Part 4 of 4.
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A faithful adaptation of the classic horror novel by Bram Stoker. The entire saga is here, from the journey of Jonathan Harker to Transylvania, to the crash of the Demeter, the blood letting of Lucy Westerna, and the brave men who fight to stop the monster and save Mina...all the great parts of this great novel.
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When the editor of Bram Stoker’s original Dracula was finalizing the version that would ultimately see print, what was the infamous second chapter of the book that was removed and never included in the official Dracula canon? Here is the tale, originally called "Dracula’s Guest" by Bram Stoker it is now adapted into its own complete standalone story. Now witness...The Lady in... [click here for more]