Best Dracula movie?


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yeah, that whole sequence right from travelling up to the castle to right after that point is amazing.


I like the fact that in the ride up to the castle, Harker rides past a set of 20th-century saftey railings - it's as if Count Orlock (is he called that in this one?) is worried some vampire-hunter might slip on their way up and call Claims Direct. I also like the fact that the novelist Roland Topor pops up as Renfield. All in all, another vote for Herzog.