|Budget||$70 000 000|
The fashion in Hollywood return to the classic monsters that once stood at the origins of the genre of horror A feature of new movies is that the creators open to us unknown scenes from their lives, the monsters acquire human face. A year ago, the premiere of the movie "I, Frankenstein", where well-known dead object of experimentation brought a hero without fear and without reproach. This movie was the first sign of an updated lineup of films about old monsters. Honestly, i wait nothing special from Dracula Untold.
The director of the film was a promising newcomer Gary Shore, which producers have entrusted an impressive 70 million budget and star cast. Dracula was supposed to be one more rethinking of the genre, Gary Shore completely threw out his movie heartbreaking love story and mystery. But with all of this in "Dracula" there are many scenes with very interesting dialogue that make it clear to us who is this Dracula and why he took the path of nightmare.
Luke Evans is gradually becoming one of the brightest stars in Hollywood. In the "Fast and Furious" and "The Hobbit" he complements their more famous colleagues, the new "Dracula" allowed him loudly declare itself and to prove that his efforts he can pull any project.
From the movies similar to Dracula Untold i recommend you "I, Frankenstein".