You should have seen the long faces in Palais Du Cinema at Cannes (greetings by the way). It was like leaving a funeral. Dario Argento's Dracula is not just the worst Dracula I have ever seen. It's a heavy, robust gravestone, capable to cover your most beloved hero for ever. It looks horribly cheap, uninspired, boring, bland and at times it's just so bad you have to shake your head to come to your senses. The music? There are keyboard samples in the soundtrack I was using in 1996! These sampled violins sound so cheap! It looks like a bad video game and the CGI is of BIRDEMIC quality. I mean it. It's a film that makes you want to run away from it - even if you're seeing it on a plane. But I had to stay. I had to suffer until the very end of this bad, humiliating, embarrassing film. I had to. Because now I can say "Addio Dario". You know what the funny part is? Thomas Kretschmann is really trying. He is a good Dracula. He just thinks he's in a good movie.