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The Russian ship, The Demeter, is a perfectly ordinary vessel, but her new voyage seems different. A motley collection of remarkable passengers includes one Count Dracula. Soon the crew are locked in a life-or-death struggle to stop the vampire before he reaches England. The ship of death has a new captain...
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Dracula from 1077 votes.
1897. English lawyer Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to meet a new client - and a legend is about to get fresh blood... This is the tale of a terrifying, maze-like castle, of undead Brides, and a vampire Count whose ambition is to conquer the new world.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Dracula from 1285 votes.
Count Dracula has made it to England - a new world pulsing with fresh blood - and lays his plans to spread his foul vampire contagion. But why does he set his sights on the seemingly ordinary Lucy Westenra? And who on earth is left to stop him?
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Dracula from 1006 votes.
Last updated: jan 31, 2021
First two episodes were campy yet enjoyable. Third episode just jumped the shark...smh. so bad so very bad
This was great. The first two episodes were exceptional, and so was the finale, just in a different light. It had a proper horror-like feel to it, a level of disturbing, a decent amount of instances that showcased that, as far as seeing is concerned. The story was quite simple but perhaps too much, and easy for one to follow along with, and with a hint of intricacy, I guess? I'm not entirely sure. That could very well have been a different, dormant feeling. There were a few moments that caught my attention but unlike most people, I don't consider them to be a big deal. The only issue I can think of that I had is that it was too short. At least, that's how it felt. Three episodes, all long, yet even then, it still felt short. Progress was barely made and felt nonexistent. Like it was a prologue to something bigger, something more exciting. Disappointment, a strong poison of dislike towards Steven Moffat, whatever, go ahead and feel very differently about this show. I'm expecting a lot of people to do just that. Most people probably have already. That's completely fine. Have at it. Personally, I don't understand it. It all seems pointless and drivel to me. I must be immune to the poison that is disliking someone or something so strongly that anything from that moment of origin onward that has the involvement of that someone or something, is automatically hated. People are too wishful, too particular, and not in a good way. Well, that's too bad. I feel sorry for those infected. Anyway, back on track, this was very entertaining. I liked it very much. Hate it, love it, be disappointed at it, perhaps only regarding certain aspects, that's cool. Go mad with your desires. Just don't go too far.
The first two episodes were excellent. The third was so frustratingly horrible that I regret watching it at all. Save yourself a whole lot of trouble and skip the third episode.
What a disappointment. Episode 1 was fantastic. Episode 2 was still quite good but a bit boring. Episode 3 was an an absolute pile of shit. The Moffat special. Just watch the first and second episodes and pretend it's a movie with a cliffhanger ending. Skip the last episode. Then it is brilliant.
Started out OK, but ended up quite terrible. An overall score of meh. Sad really. Was looking forward to this show. Not sure what went wrong.
If you are looking for the typical retelling of this well known fable. Don't bother. Otherwise come for a somewhat new view on the legend of Count Dracula.
First two episodes were really enjoyable and brilliant, the third episode was the opposite. Such a shame.
Ep 1 :thumbsup_tone4: Ep 2 :thumbsup_tone4: Ep 3 :thinking: :pensive: :face_with_raised_eyebrow: :thumbsdown_tone4: 'what in the fresh hell was that?'
no such a thing as **too** romantic!!
I recommend this series it's short But Joyful
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Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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