Dracula in Love – Canada, 2018

‘Sex, drugs, rock and roll – Dracula, and then you die.’

Dracula in Love is a 2018 Canadian supernatural horror feature film written and directed by Izidore K. Musallam (second assistant director on David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers)

The Hand ‘n’ Hand Films production stars Youssef Abedalnour, Amy Cruickshank, Josh Maltin and Cailey Muise.

Leila, a lonely young soul spends the night partying with her friends Nancy, David and Nash in a warehouse.

As the boys drink up and smoke pot all social barriers between the sexes crumble. Leila, hit on by both men, hides away from them. Alone she senses there is someone else who wants her and certainly he is not of this world.

Two hundred year-old Dracula escapes from a crate and reveals himself to Leila and tells her that she is his lost love. For him to live again and be with her, she must bring him the blood of her friends to drink and make love to him. Hypnotised by his sexual powers, Leila does as she is told…

Cast and characters:

  • Youssef Abed-Alnour … Dracula
  • Amy Cruichshank … Nancy
  • Josh Maltin … David
  • Cailey Muise … Leila
  • Andre Luis Oliveira … Young Dracula
  • Alan K. Sapp … Stuart
  • Eyal Simko … Nash

Dracula in Love is being distributed by FlixHouse Global and is available online via Amazon Instant Video

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7 replies

  1. A good film if you are suffering from insomnia. Otherwise, don’t bother

  2. This movie was awful! Really bad. I do not suggest it at all. And it was boring!

    • Thanks for the advice, Felicia. I was thinking of watching it later today. Hmmm. Trouble is, we have to watch everything at HORRORPEDIA, whether it’s good or bad.

    • Whaaaat! Just watching this now. The whole movie’s set in a warehouse for that ‘quality’ feel, there’s trashy characters, trashy dialogue and trashy sex (even the guys bare their bums) and Dracula looks like Uncle Fester, with an Igor stoop! What were they thinking? Oh, and now the recriminations and alpha male violence has begun. It’s far from boring. I have seen a lot worse, Felicia. A lot worse.

    • Spoiler alert: So, buxom Leila strips off and gets in a crate with Uncle Fester, I mean Dracula, and there are some horrible video insert images before the happy (in love!) couple emerge and he’s young again and proud to also show off his buttocks, as we know that’s what a virile reinvigorated Drac would do. It’s a classic as far as warehouse-set vampire movies go, I’d say.

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