Some signs that Werner Herzog has redone your horror classic: 1) Klaus Kinski plays (is?) the titular fiend; 2) notable interest in the dank overland journey to Dracula's castle (complete with extras-cast-as-ethnography); 3) soundtrack by Popol Vuh; and 4) wild animals in supporting roles. In fact, Herzog's 1979 variation hews to F.W. Murnau's pre-sound plotting of the 19th-century Bram Stoker tale. Ye olde real-estate agent Jonathan ignores wife Lucy's premonitions and visits a Carpathian shut-in, who's interested in spooky house w/vue steps from her "lovely throat"; both get bit, but Jonathan's better half saves the day (and the night). Not far removed from the director's interest in... More >>>