Is it the traditional male who just appears as female because that's all Mina ever seems to see? Dracula comes to visit Misty who's upset she can't have a child. Mina encounters Dracula exquisitely embodied by the gorgeous Darian Caine when she longs most for a child and falls under Dracula's wickedly alluring spell. I will try to explain the plot with as few spoilers as possible, natch in as clear and concise a manner as possible. Or maybe she's something else entirely. I crept behind It, and gave It my knife; but the knife went through It, empty as the air. Mina's medication is a key contributor to her own delusional state.
Do you want me to write that out for you? First off is the casting of Julian Wells as Jonathan Harker, who runs Harker Pharmaceuticals. Her delivery of those lines is so absolutely horrible, she says it like a. The film lacks a true linear fashion, preferring to exist in a dream-like state. Both Lucy and Mina are less like real people than two-dimensional embodiments of virtues that have, over the ages, been coded as female. The end of the nineteenth century brought drastic developments that forced English society to question the systems of belief that had governed it for centuries. After that, the movie flies off into the filmmakers mad dreams. There is even something for those who get off on schoolgirls with plaid skirts and white blouses.
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Mina Harker isn't the happiest of Hollywood Hills wives - even though she's married to wealthy pharmaceuticals magnate Jonathan Harker. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. She's wide-eyed and prone to the most extreme facial expressions. A lot of the film doesn't make sense, and what does make sense is often hard to decipher because it's all damn boring! A Victorian woman effectively had only two options: she was either a virgin—a model of purity and innocence—or else she was a wife and mother. Every expectation I had for a watchable horror flick was not met, it was murdered in cold blood. The results is a sometimes pretty but boring and unwatchable movie for the most part.
The repressed Mina longs for Jonathan's love and the happiness a child would bring them, yet the arrival of the beautiful and mysterious Dracula - seductive vampire servants at her side - will change their lives forever. Is it a female who will be able to let the scales drop from Mina's eyes once she is indoctrinated? There are two people billed above Misty and each of them do their best work to date. Anyway I didn't understood one thing about this movie, including the ultra-odd ending. Practically every character in the group questions his or her wellness or sanity at some point. While music is mostly sensual, the actual sex scenes are too high quality and missing the erotic nature of the vampire and seductive appeal of this genre. She is aggressive and cruel but also searching for her own answers, something Wells is able to convey very well. It's not a horrible performance, but it does become so surreal that it almost seems to exist separately from the rest of the film.
This is my third film from Seduction Cinema the other two, coincidentally also directed by Tony Marsiglia , and it's by far the worst. Most films let us know who to root for from the get-go. As muted in her inflection as Mundae is animated, she injects the already classic ladykiller with a whole new seductive persona. As it happens, there are at least three explanations why this was done. Misty Mundae will get most of the press for this film, as she is Seduction's biggest moneymaker. Unfortunately, he made her go so far over the top that while it's certainly a wild performance that accentuates Mina's vulnerability, it takes away a little of the all-important ability on the audience's part to sympathize with her. Notes: The novel is written in the style of a journal, written by Jonathan Harker.
It makes this movie a very annoying one to watch. The further she gets from being a convincing person, the harder it is to take her seriously and this is a film that takes everything very seriously. The only thing that changes are the girls who sigh and moan. She could be the most drop-dead gorgeous woman to ever grace the Seduction roster as opposed to Misty's natural beauty but she also is proving to be its most underrated talent. And of course, there is Dracula which is not as important but interesting nonetheless.
Little vampire and lots of lesbian action; some even say porn. It is both a throwback to and a natural progression from the softcore horror of the 1970s, told with a fond eye but with much more skill. So no hairy arses pumping up and down - excellent. Searching for one all-encompassing reason why this technique was used will only drive you crazy. Van Helsing seeks to not only destroy the monstrous vampire but covet Mina's seemingly perfect life and husband Jonathan, too. She longs to have a child and in the meantime, talks to a wad of matted straw in a bassinet cloaked in funeral black. Feelings of inadequacy, cowardice or hostility are often accepted as the status quo, no matter how miserable they make you.
I rented this one because I liked the box cover. In fact, the men fear for nothing less than their own safety. Is Jonathan presented as a woman to show how incapable she is of giving Mina a baby or is Jonathan a woman who is deceiving Mina? As students in the school, inhabitants of the nearby village and those who suspect Mircalla is responsible start to die, suspicion turns toward the Karnsteins and their ominous castle. The plot line isn't important; but it has something to do with a bunch of lesbian vampires, one of which is called Countess Dracula. Although it has the appearance of your typical softcore effort, it owes a little more to David Lynch than it does Larry Flynt. As I felt the person was very abrupt and unprofessional, I did not like him very much.