Dracula II: Ascension2003
Dracula II: Ascension (2003)
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Critic Reviews for Dracula II: Ascension
This second film has no characters to root for and the main pivotal characters are too bland to even care about.
One is asked to withstand a whole lot of high-tech jibber-jabber delivered by blank-faced performers before you get to the good stuff.
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Audience Reviews for Dracula II: Ascension
The Wes Craven Dracula series continues in the gritty thriller Dracula II: Ascension. Picking up where Dracula 2000 left off, a group a medical students steal Dracula's remains from the morgue when they receive an anonymous call offering them $30 million for the body. The cast is fairly decent for a low-budget horror film; except for Stephen Billington, whose depiction of Dracula is rather bland. And while the story has some interesting ideas, it lacks cohesiveness. Dracula II: Ascension is an intriguing and entertaining film that delivers some thrills, but it lacks the passion and vision of the original.
A gripping and creepy edge of your seat thriller that's packed with non-stop suspense and riveting terror. A slick and very cool sequel. You might want to leave the lights on with this one, it grabs you and never wants to let you go. An intense and chilling horror film. A terrifying and wickedly entertaining sequel that shines with smarts and a great cast.
What a gore in this vampire direct-to-video sequel and Jason Scott Lee's okay as a vampire hunter.
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