Previously on Dracula: Come to Die. This is a collective review of the last two episodes of Dracula, Four Roses and Let There Be Light. This is a mess. One huge, out-of-control mess. It’s motivations, plot-lines, and characterisations all over the place, and the writers don’t even seem to be trying to clean up after […]Read More “Death Is Coming.” — Dracula: the Complete Season Finale.
Previously on Dracula: Servant to Two Masters. I hate to say it, but I’m honestly glad that there’s only two more episodes to this season, which is getting more and more ridiculous.Read More Dracula: Come to Die.
Previously on Dracula: Of Monsters and Men. “What could you possible desire that is not already yours for the taking?” Oh, gee whiz, I don’t know. Good writing and character development that makes sense? AdvertisementsRead More Dracula: Servant to Two Masters
Previously on Dracula: The Devil’s Waltz. Of vampiristic blood cells and undead lab rats. AdvertisementsRead More Dracula review: Of Monsters and Men.
Previously on Dracula: From Darkness to Light. If one were feeling terribly poetic, one might say that last night’s all-new Dracula showed us our star-crossed lovers’ most heartfelt dreams and desires. I’m not feeling terribly poetic today — just terribly bored. AdvertisementsRead More Dracula review: The Devil’s Waltz.
Previously on Dracula: Goblin Merchant Men. Oh, good. Dracy’s got his butler back. AdvertisementsRead More Dracula: From Darkness to Light.
Previously on Dracula: A Whiff of Sulfur. This third episode of Dracula gives us the story of how exactly Vlad Tepes became undead, and the tragedy of Van Helsing’s own grief driving his quest for revenge. AdvertisementsRead More Dracula: Goblin Merchant Men.
Previousy: The Blood Is the Life. Now that the first season has also premiered in the UK, this thing has officially kicked off. Or has it? AdvertisementsRead More Dracula: A Whiff of Sulfur.
After this series premiere of NBC’s new stab at the Draculean legend, I might now as well cast my verdict as to ‘Good Awful or Bad Awful?’. Going by this pilot, I’m afraid we’re heading distinctly towards Bad Awful. AdvertisementsRead More Series Premiere Review — Dracula: The Blood is the Life.
This is a preview — you can find the actual episode reviews in the Dracula Season 1 tag. You know the feeling. News about a new show comes out and you get all excited because it’s a character or genre or concept you like and you think, ‘Ooh, can’t wait until it airs!’ And then […]Read More NBC’s Dracula: Good Awful or Bad Awful?