|The Three Suitors of Lucy|
|The Brides of Dracula!|
We are now left with two major roles yet to be cast from all those who've done them on screen before now. Clearly the lesser of the two, Renfield remains a plum role. What actor worth his salt doesn't find the idea of playing a bug-eating madman desperate for yet terrified of redemption at least tempting? This one was close, because I really loved Tom Waits in the role, but when push comes to shove the performance of Jack Shepherd (no, not the
Which brings us to our lead. Looking back on the rest of the cast, methinks we can see a certain retro feel to the whole thing, yes? And yet my own sensibilities (reflected herein) are modern. So my final casting choice rests on a technicality. He has not in fact played Count Dracula. But he did play a real vampire recruited to pretend to be Count Dracula
Until some movie-making software leaps ahead by a quantum step or two, your imagination is the only place where you can see this movie. Alas. But on the other hand, that shouldn't be too hard, should it? Take a stroll through this dream-version of Bram Stoker's novel why don't you? Tell me what you think... Or share your own ideas.
Enter freely of your own will...