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Dracula III: Legacy

Dracula III: Legacy
DVD cover
Directed by Patrick Lussier
Produced by W.K. Border
Joel Soisson
Written by Joel Soisson
Patrick Lussier
Starring Jason Scott Lee
Jason London
Alexandra Wescourt
Diane Neal
Roy Scheider
Rutger Hauer
Music by Kevin Kliesch
Ceiri Torjussen
Cinematography Douglas Milsome
Edited by Lisa Romaniw
Distributed by Dimension Films
Release dates
  • July 12, 2005 (2005-07-12)
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Romania
Language English
Romanian
French

Dracula III: Legacy is a 2005 horror film and the sequel to Dracula 2000 and Dracula II: Ascension. The film was directed by Patrick Lussier and stars Jason Scott Lee, Jason London, Roy Scheider, and Diane Neal. It was released direct-to-video on July 12, 2005.

The role of Dracula is played by Rutger Hauer, following Gerard Butler in Dracula 2000 and Stephen Billington in Dracula II: Ascension, continuing the theme of Dracula's appearance changing due to "regeneration". Hauer had played vampires before, in 'Salem's Lot and in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Reception 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Plot

Five years after the events of Jason Scott Lee as Father Uffizi

  • Rutger Hauer as Count Dracula/Judas Iscariot
  • Diane Neal as Elizabeth Blaine
  • Jason London as Luke
  • Roy Scheider as Cardinal Siqueros
  • Alexandra Wescourt as Julia Hughes
  • Claudiu Bleonț as Bogdan
  • Serban Celea as Gabriel
  • Ioana Ginghina as Bride of Dracula
  • Ilinca Goia as Marta
  • George Grigore as Bruno
  • Ioan Ionescu as Ragman
  • Tom Kane as EBC Anchorman
  • Stephen Billington as Dracula II/Judas Iscariot
  • Reception

    Critical reaction to Dracula III: Legacy has been mixed, though more positive in general than that of Dracula II: Ascension. John Puccio of DVD Town said, "This one is no world beater and hardly scary, but at least it's got mood and tone and atmosphere to spare, something the first two movies in the ongoing series lacked entirely. ... Dracula III: Legacy contains some decent acting and some solid atmospherics."[1] Kevin Carr of 7M Pictures said, "At least in the cinematic morass that is modern movies, Dracula III is better than the wimpy vampire lore pioneered by Anne Rice. ... Dracula III falls somewhere below Hellraiser but above the Crow sequels. It's not a grand placement, but there's always a market for vampire movies."[2]

    Walter Chaw of Film Freak Central said, "The strength of Dracula III is in its use of locations, with Lussier finally figuring out how to work with a DP to create a foreboding atmosphere. ... If reports are true and this is Lussier's last dip in the Carpathian pool, at least he's ending somewhere just north of mediocre."[3] Dread Central's review stated, "Lussier and company aren't out to reinvent the wheel, but they do one hell of a good job of keeping it turning. ... Each shot is brimming with authentic feeling vampire flavor, at times achieving an almost Hammer Film type ambiance. Truly inspired stuff."[4]

    See also

    References

    1. ^ Puccio J., John (2005-07-18). "Review of Dracula III: Legacy on DVD - DVDTOWN.com". DVDtown.com. Retrieved 2009-07-08. 
    2. ^ Carr, Kevin. Dracula III: Legacy" DVD Review by Kevin Carr - 7M Pictures""". 7mpictures.com. Retrieved 2009-07-08. 
    3. ^ Chaw, Walter. "DRACULA III: LEGACY; HELLRAISER: DEADER; THE CROW: WICKED PRAYER - DVD". Filmfreakcentral.net. Retrieved 2009-07-08. 
    4. ^ Barton, Steve (2005-07-12). "Dracula III: Legacy (DVD)". Dreadcentral.com. Retrieved 2009-07-08. 

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