Dario Argento’s longtime musical collaborator, Claudio Simonetti of the group Goblin, leaves little doubt what kind of movie “Dario Argento’s Dracula” is.
As soon as the falsetto warble of a theremin wafts into the opening titles, “Dracula” begins to feel more like an Edward D. Wood movie than an Argento movie. Is this how far Italy’s reigning maestro of the macabre has fallen?
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