Includes audio commentary with director Patrick Lussier and screenwriter Joel Soisson, a making-of featurette, three extended scenes and four deleted scenes (all with or without commentary), eight storyboard ssequences, three cast audition segments, the theatrical trailer, and bonus trailers for
DVD General Information
Dimension Home Video
Rated R for violence/gore, language and some sexuality.
Dracula 2000 is an update on the oft-told Bram Stoker classic. After being captured and confined for centuries by Van Helsing (Plummer), The Count (Butler) escapes his imprisonment and flys off to New Orleans to take a bite out of the Big Easy where modern technology is employed in an attempt to recapture him. The film implys that The Count
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits excellent image quality. The picture is sharp and detailed, with excellent clarity and depth. Contrast and shadow delineation are well balanced, with excellent visual information in the darkest scenes. The color palette is nicely rendered, with accurate fleshtones, rich and vivid colors and deep, endless blacks. Edge enhancement is minimal, for a picture that is quite impressive overall. (Suzanne Hodges)
The audio presentation is engaging and outstanding. The Dolby
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