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  • The Vampire Fight Scene Is Incredibly Extra on Random 'Dracula 2000' Tried To Introduce A More EXTREME Vampire For New Millennium

    (#13) The Vampire Fight Scene Is Incredibly Extra

    At the end of the film, Simon and Mary Van Helsing go head to head with Solina and Dracula. Simon and Solina's fight is actually pretty cool and ends with a very sharp pair of gardening shears getting more use than they have in years. 

    For Mary and Dracula, it’s a whole other scenario. At this point, she’s a vampire, so she has all kinds of evil superpowers that she can use to fight our hunky villain. They get into a kind of low-rent Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon fight that ends with Dracula literally hanging from a neon cross until he’s set on fire in the sun. 

  • Van Helsing Prolongs His Life By Leeching Blood From Dracula on Random 'Dracula 2000' Tried To Introduce A More EXTREME Vampire For New Millennium

    (#4) Van Helsing Prolongs His Life By Leeching Blood From Dracula

    About 10 minutes into the film, it's revealed that Van Helsing (yes, that's Christopher Plummer) isn’t the grandson of the Van Helsing from Bram Stoker’s Dracula, but that he’s actually the real-deal Van Helsing. He’s been keeping himself alive by using leeches to drain blood from Dracula. 

    He then injects himself with the blood and ditches the leech in a fire just to make sure that there aren’t vampire leeches running around. It's an interesting take on Van Helsing and it provides a way for Dracula to hunt down Van Helsing's daughter - so it's more than just a gross plot point.

  • The Soundtrack Is A Real Time Capsule on Random 'Dracula 2000' Tried To Introduce A More EXTREME Vampire For New Millennium

    (#8) The Soundtrack Is A Real Time Capsule

    If Mountain Dew was a sound, it would be the soundtrack for this movie. The score sounds like demos for the score to The Matrix, and the soundtrack is a who’s who of where-are-they-now nü-metal acts, with a few radio metal bands peppered in.

    The soundtrack features Disturbed, System of a Down, Static-X, Hed PE, Taproot, and Linkin Park, just to name a few.

  • The Movie Uses The Worst Kind Of Jump Scares on Random 'Dracula 2000' Tried To Introduce A More EXTREME Vampire For New Millennium

    (#9) The Movie Uses The Worst Kind Of Jump Scares

    Like many of the horror films that Dimension was releasing in the early 2000s, Dracula 2000 just isn’t very scary. It’s incredibly watchable due to the camp factor, but most of the scares are of the jumpy variety. 

    They all essentially play out in the same way. A character will be staring out a window or at a book, then they’ll turn around and - BOOM - there’s Dracula. It works the first time, as most jump scares do, because it’s unexpected and Dracula looks super gross. The scares diminish throughout the movie, especially when it’s just Gerard Butler jumping out at the main cast.

  • This Cast Is The Most 2000s Cast on Random 'Dracula 2000' Tried To Introduce A More EXTREME Vampire For New Millennium

    (#7) This Cast Is The Most 2000s Cast

    What do you get when combine Hackers, That '70s Show, and Save the Last Dance? The cast of Dracula 2000. The film features Jonny Lee Miller, Omar Epps, Jennifer Esposito, Jeri Ryan, Danny Masterson, Sean Patrick Thomas, Lochlyn Munroe, Sean West, and Nathan Fillion.

    Miller plays a kind of cockney antiquities dealer who gets in over his head with the whole vampire thing, while Jennifer Esposito plays Van Helsing’s assistant and a member of the high-tech gang. Epps, West, Munroe, and Masterson are high-tech thieves who use all manner of super-futuristic gadgets in order to rip off a safe that belongs to Van Helsing. Aside from Miller, it feels like everyone filmed their scenes on the weekends when they weren’t filming whatever TV show they were on.

  • It Ends With The Revelation That Dracula Is Actually Judas Iscariot on Random 'Dracula 2000' Tried To Introduce A More EXTREME Vampire For New Millennium

    (#14) It Ends With The Revelation That Dracula Is Actually Judas Iscariot

    About halfway through the movie, Van Helsing explains that Dracula isn’t harmed by crucifixes or holy water, but that they just really make him mad. This is all to set up a reveal at the end where it’s explained that Dracula is none other than Judas Iscariot. 

    The big reveal occurs when Dracula turns Mary Van Helsing and sinks her into a strobe light-filled flashback to the Last Supper. There, we see a fake-bearded Butler sell out Jesus for some silver before Christ is nailed to a cross.

    As far as new a backstory for Dracula goes, it’s not a bad idea - it’s just the way it’s carried out. In another set of hands, this could have been pretty cool and not the kind of tossed-off bit of information that it is in Dracula 2000.

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Dracula 2000 is an American Gothic horror film, released in 2000, the movie based on Bram Stoker’s original novel Dracula in 1897. Dracula 2000 tells the story of Dracula and the Winston family. This is an extraordinary thriller, scary, and exciting movie. The movie attracted a large number of fans and achieved success, later, a series of sequels were released, which pushed the development of vampire movies to a peak.

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