So Love At First Bite from Artie Johnson's perspective.
They have a lot of trouble depicting Dracula as a bad guy-unless his adversaries are not your standard heroes. Hammer was a notable exception to this tendency. The more expensive the Dracula, the more likely he is misunderstood unless he's facing Blade or some kids. It is so consistent. Even Bela Lugosi's first outting as Dracula was more of a sinister Valentino. The author of THE VAMPIRE CINEMA-writing in the 1970s, he said Dracula never seems to be depicted as a military general which is how he is presented in the book. There's always a romantic element added to it.
There's no romanticism in Renfield yet here we are-even he gets a movie. It could be called THE NERD OF DRACULA.
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