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@Movies·1yr ago·3:17

Dracula (1931)

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"…I mean, it's a movie that when you watch it, you understand why it has gone on to have such a major cultural importance in terms of not only filmmaking, but also storytelling and horror. But one thing that really stood out to me as I was watching the film is how d*** funny it is. And I hope I'm not offending any hardcore Dracula fans here, but the film itself has a very comedic charm to it. At times.…"

"Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make."


Neal Damiano

@NealD · 1yr ago · 1:45

"…You can't get any better than that, man. Just the overall ambience of that film. And the cinematography is just fantastic with the smoke and the way that he pops up and some of the jump scares. And, you know, the comedic elements, too. Like you mentioned Todd Browning, his films were kind of bizarre and strange, but also comedic. Anything he was involved in.…"

Dracula (1931)

@Movies · 1yr ago · 3:17


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