Lust for Dracula
Mina Harker isn't the happiest of Hollywood Hills wives - even though she's married to wealthy pharmaceuticals magnate Jonathan Harker. The repressed Mina longs for Jonathan's love and the happiness a child would bring them, yet the arrival of the beautiful and mysterious Dracula - seductive vampire servants at her side - will change their lives forever. Dracula offers Mina the sensual existence she so desperately craves - one that is immediately threatened by Mina's sister, Dr. Abigail Van Helsing. Van Helsing seeks to not only destroy the monstrous vampire but covet Mina's seemingly perfect life and husband Jonathan, too. As these troubled characters move ever closer toward their destinies and a final battle with Dracula, blood will be spilled, souls will be destroyed, and love will become undying.
A young woman gets bitten by a female vampire and becomes one, while her sister tries to stop her from feeding on the populace of L.A. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lust for Dracula torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Sandler movies are hit or miss with me. This is a sure miss. The first movie had something this one lacks - humor. This is just the same jokes from the first one told in a tired and annoying way. The ladies, some of the best characters in the first movie, were shortchanged here to the point of insignificance. Waste of time comedy. BTW, where was Rob Schneider?
(jp) wrote: Not for the faint of heart. Brutal look at the dilapidated lives of the former Soviet Union's citizens and landscapes in it's last days. ...Very disturbing. Don't say I didn't warn you.
(nl) wrote: One of my favorite romantic comedies for more reasons than one. Firstly, I like how it leans more on the 'romance' rather than 'comedy'; it gives the film a more mature and subdued feel to it. Secondly, the film manages to avoid a lot of the usual cliches; both the characters and the plot's execution feel sincere. Thirdly, "Heaven" is able to work pathos and emotion into the story without coming off as mushy. Finally, the chemistry between the two leads is really beliveable; it's easy to be invested in and root for their relationship. I guess what I'm trying to say is that "Just Like Heaven" is both down-to-earth and dreamy; it offers the best of both worlds.
(jp) wrote: I was speechless , very interesting movie. A must see it again.
(ag) wrote: Not as funny as the 'Crocodile Dundee' films.
(mx) wrote: This is the type of film that would feel right at home as an installation piece in a gallery somewhere. And if it was, I'd watch a few minutes of it and move on. But I saw it in a theater. In for the long haul. Did I almost fall asleep? Yes. Did I fall asleep? No. It's a really interesting piece. Meandering and tangential for its entirety, but hypnotically entertaining. There's just something so personal about it. Early in the film, the narrator says something about traveling the world many times over and banality being the only thing that's still interesting, and that theme presents itself throughout the entire film. Lots of people just... being. Don't go into this expecting anything more than an exercise in being human, and you might just be surprised. Oh, and the interplay between the visuals and music is amazing. That was my favorite part. [3.5/5 STARS] 
(mx) wrote: This is a little known gem of a western, the performances from everyone is excellent. Superb character development, an excellent mix of drama, action and adventure with touches of comedy. It's a moving and inspiring story. Great direction from William Wellman. Well photographed and always interesting.
(fr) wrote: The master is able to catch the beauty of everyday life in an outstanding poetry .He possessed what I call the art of making boredom entertaining poetic touching and ultimately brilliant.For this reason alone his movie is a must see even though the story at the core is what finally captive us by its universal humanity,and the discovering of the japan of the post war era. Ozu made it again.
(ag) wrote: A true classic from start to finish....
(br) wrote: probably the best performance by an extra, ever.Look out for the moustachioed soldier chasing Rupert 'taller in real life' Penry-Jones, that sexy bastard was me. Yep, I can wear a moustache better than Tom 'Magnum P I' Selleck.This version is truer to the book than Hitchcock or the other director was. Seems to have killed everyone who was involved's careers bar mine to be honest. Ruined my grammar and sentence structure though. A price I'm willing to pay in lue for money and fame
(us) wrote: While the Spierig brothers' Daybreakers has Ethan Hawke, Sam Neill and Willem Dafoe as part of its cast, the movie fails to utilize them to their full potential, instead relying more on the powerful thematic symbolism, futuristic set-pieces, gory splatter scenes and a different take on the vampire narrative to stand out as a decent dystopian flick.
(gb) wrote: A unique animated movie that is just the right amount of scary. I liked it! (First full viewing - Summer 2006 in theaters)