Algunos de los homenajes y referencias de la mítica serie al cine
Music: Sing Sing Sing (With a Swing) - The Benny Goodman Orchestra
Films that appear: Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Pulp Fiction (1994) Requiem for a dream (2000) The Gold Rush (1925) Full Metal Jacket (1987) The Fugitive (1993) Terminator 2 (1991) Reservoir Dogs (1992) The Birds (1963) Risky Business (1983) Citizen Kane (1941) Psycho (1960) The silence of the lambs (1991) Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) Basic Instinct (1992) Official and Gentleman (1982) One flew over the cuckoo’s nest (1975) 2001: A space Odissey (1968) Trainspotting (1996) Thelma and Louise (1991) The Godfather (1972) Taxi Driver (1976) The Shining (1980) Spiderman (2002) ET the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) Dr. Strange Love (1964)
Dracula Untold (Or How Grampy Barnes Got His Groove On)
a. This is not a historically accurate rendition of the realVlad Dracula. If you’re looking for that, this is not the movie for you. The movie pretty much tapdances between the real Vlad’s history, with some familiar bits that I remember reading from the Topps comics “Vlad Dracula: The Impaler” and of course, Stoker’s Dracula. We all know that “Dracula” and “vampire” is pretty synonymous these days, even though he’s actually remembered as a folk hero in his native Romania.
b. This is actually a darn good vampire movie and I have MISSED darn good vampire movies! (Damn it, I want the sequel already!)
c. Castlevania fans, rejoice! This is pretty much the closest we’re gonna get to a good Castlevania movie, unless miracles happen in the next few years.
SPOILERS AHEAD. THIS IS YOUR LAST WARNING. Also, be advised that my Steve and Bucky Muses were watching this movie with me and Bucky Muse actually took time off from necking with Steve to pay attention.
Grampy, mind you, is preening at all this. God help us.