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Love never dies.

Nov 13,1992

Hollywood Movies | Romance | Horror

Ratings: 6.8 / 10 from

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Length: 128 Minute(s)
When Dracula leaves the captive Jonathan Harker and Transylvania for London in search of Mina Harker -- the spitting image of Dracula's long-dead wife, Elisabeta -- obsessed vampire hunter Dr. Van Helsing sets out to end the madness.
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nudity Recomended classifications: (Australian) M for moderate violence, sex scenes and horror theme. (American) R for sexuality and horror violence. (UK) 18 for strong sex, violence and bloody horror. 7/10 Mina and Lucy look at pornographic illustrations in a copy of Arabian Nights. Some nudity is shown. Lucy suggests to Mina that her fiancé should be forcing her to "perform unspeakable acts of passion" on the floor, and Mina responds that there's more to marriage than carnal pleasure, but Lucy notices that Mina has taken a look inside the book, and remarks, "So I see, much much more". When Mina finds a picture (the one without any explicit details) showing a man having sex with a woman from behind her, she wonders if a man and a woman can really do that, and Lucy responds that she did last night. When Mina doesn't believe her, she adds, "Yes, I did, in my dreams". She then ask Mina if her fiancé "measures up", and Mina answers that they've only kissed. [0:19:25-20:55] Lucy sees Quincey Morris, and remarks to Mina that he would be like a wild stallion between her legs. She then adds that she knows what men desire, and walks over to Morris. She says, "Please let me touch it. It's so big" and reaches for his crotch, but she then raises the big knife he was carrying on his belt (double entendre). [0:21:36-22:04] In an orgy-like scene, Dracula's brides, topless (we see their bare breasts and nipples) writhe around Harker, moving their hands over his body, ripping his shirt open and licking his skin, while also biting him with their sharp vampire teeth. One of them undoes his pants and moves her head down toward his crotch, implying oral sex; we see his reaction, but don't see anything explicit. [0:32:26-35:13] There's a short, but very graphic scene in which Dracula (as a werewolf) has violent sex with a woman, with him between her legs as she is splayed out on a stone bench. The woman's dress is disarranged, showing her breasts and nipples. [0:42:22-49, scantily-clad at 43:05+] Two women kiss each other's lips. [0:36:30-32] When Dr. Jack Sewards visits Lucy as she needs medical examination, Lucy asks in a suggestive way if he wants her alone before she's married. [0:48:44-48] Quincey Morris remarks that Lucy is hotter than a June bride riding naked in Sahara. [0:50:02-07] A man's expression shows he may like a woman's moaning he hears. [0:50:41-51:24] A projection in a movie theater shows a woman from behind, fully nude, as well as her breasts and nipples. [0:51:32-45?, 52:41-46] A man makes unwanted sexual advances toward a woman. [~0:52:35+] Dr. Van Helsing, lecturing his students, talks about venereal diseases and says that they're involved in "that sex problem about which the ideals and ethics of Christian civilization are concerned" and more dialogue. [0:56-30~55] Harker is lying nude, or nearly nude, on the floor (nothing explicit is seen) as Dracula's brides, two of them topless (we see their bare breasts and nipples), are drinking his blood. [0:57:20-41] A woman is moaning loudly and writhing in her bed as we see Dracula's shadow reaching for her. A short time later, we hear her orgasmic wailing from outside the room, before seeing her sprawled on the bed, alone, with her dress disarranged, showing her bare breasts and nipples, repeatedly moaning loudly while being half unconscious. [0:58:18-59:05, 0:59:35-1:00:05, possibly 1:00:19-01:57] Dracula calls absinthe "the aphrodisiac of the self". [1:04:32-36] Low cut outfit. [1:07:53-08:29] Van Helsing refers to Lucy as "a whore of darkness" and "the devil's concubine," with some possibly suggestive movement. [1:17:31-55] A woman, sensing Dracula's presence outside her house, is writhing pleasurably while lying in bed, and we then see her with one of her breasts and nipple bared while gasping loudly as he's coming closer, but nothing else happens. [1:19:50-1:21:05] Wall sculptures appear to depict topless women. [1:23:53-24:11] Lucy as a vampire carries a child in his night gown to her crypt. The childs night garmets are transparent and a brief rear nude view is seen, but nothing sexual. [1:26:35-37] While a woman is asleep in bed, Dracula, in the form of green mist, enters her bed room, where the mist goes up to her bed, and we see her moaning pleasurably as the mist moves under the blankets and up her body. We then see him on top of her in his human form, his shirt open, before he kisses down her (clothed) chest and belly (she's wearing a thin nightdress). He then stops, as he confesses his true identity. [1:36:04+] As part of the vampire wedding sacrament, a woman drinks blood from Dracula's chest, and we see his reaction with pleasured expressions and moaning. [1:40:40-56, 41:18+] A vampire woman walks toward a man while beginning to unbutton her dress (no nudity is seen), and mentions another female vampire who told her she had secret desires for him. She says that she, too, knows what men desire, and we see him kissing her chest below the camera. She then attacks him and nothing else happens. [1:50:36-51:20] Van Helsing calls Dracula's brides "whores of Satan". [1:51:49-52]
violence 9/10 During a battle sequence shown only in silhouette, several people are killed via swords, arrows and spears. We then see, in silhouette, a field of impaled people, one of them sliding down the stake. Several impaled people lined up along a road are seen from a distance. Dracula's wife commits suicide by throwing herself into a river from a great height. We don't see the impact, but we see her dead body in a chapel afterward, with some blood on her face. We also see stains of blood on the floor of the chapel, as well as her blood-stained suicide-letter. Vlad (Dracula) stabs a sword into a cross and a river of blood begins to flow from the cross. He then fills a communion chalice with blood from the cross and drinks from it, before screaming loudly. Renfield eats an insect, but because of the camera angle, we don't see any details. We see a cross bearing a skeleton with a wolf's head with bared fangs. Dracula threatens Harker with a sword, but doesn't harm him. He then purposefully cuts his own hand with the sword, but we don't see any blood. Renfield is seen holding a plate of crawling bugs, and puts one of them in his mouth to eat it. Renfield attempts to bites a man's neck (no blood), and is violently restrained. Harker accidentally nicks his neck while shaving, leaving a small cut. Dracula then takes the bloody razor and licks off the blood. Dracula's brides bite into a Harker's arms, leaving a few bloody cuts. Dracula's brides feed on an infant (we only see the vampires bodies over the baby, not the actual act). Several impaled skeletons are seen in a room in Dracula's castle. We see the inmates of an asylum being hosed with water. Dracula, as a werewolf, is seen with blood on his teeth. He then kills someone off-screen on a ship, and we see blood squirt onto a sail. Dracula, as a werewolf, bites into Lucy's neck, leaving a bloody wound on her skin. Several times throughout the movie, we see the fang marks on her skin. Dracula suddenly grabs Mina and pulls her toward a coach, pinning her ams while forcing her down on it. While she's in some kind of trance, he opens his mouth and we see his fangs extending. He then bends close to her and is about to bite her, but then stops himself. Van Helsing puts his hand into a cage containing a bat and allows the bat to bite him, but we don't see any details or blood. We see Harker in a weak state, lying on the floor with Dracula's brides lying around him as they're drinking his blood; we don't see any actual biting this time, but he has several bloody wounds on his body, and one of the brides is licking his blood off her fingers. We also see close-ups of running drops of blood on the floor. We see some blood dripping onto the floor as Dracula's shadow can be seen leaving a room. There's also a bit of blood on the victim's pillow. During a blood transfusion, a large needle is stuck into Lucy's arm, while another needle is stuck into the arm of the donor, Arthur (which is not seen, but we hear his pained reaction), and we then see blood going through a tube and into a bottle. We see Dracula with the blood of a victim dripping down his mouth and chin as he's resting. A woman who is becoming a vampire attempts to bite Quincey P. Morris in the neck (no blood), before Van Helsing calms her. We learn that Dracula, in the past, skinned people alive, boiled their heads in a kettle, hacked them to pieces and drank their blood, and later learn that he tortured and impaled thousands of people. We also see black and white illustrations of impaled victims and people being cut to pieces. Dracula has tears of blood on his face. Dracula, as a werewolf, kills a man, which is seen too quickly to make out many details, but we briefly see his bloody corpse afterward. Arthur is telecinetically thrown backward across a room, knocking him out. A wolf crashes through a woman's bedroom window and attacks her. We don't see the actual contact, but see her writhing and screaming in pain, as well as some blood on the face of the wolf. We then see fountains of blood splashing from the sides of the room. Afterward, we see her dead body in a coffin. A furious Arthur points a gun at Van Helsing, but doesn't harm him. A female vampire vomits a pool of blood on Van Helsing. We see a stick being driven into a female vampire's heart and her head being cut off, with bloody results. A man is telekinetically thrown against the bars in a cell several times, leaving his head stuck between the bars and his body hanging there limp. After learning who Dracula really is, Mina repeatedly pounds at him with her hands, but then stops as she declares her love for him. As part of the vampire wedding sacrament, Dracula bites Mina's neck; his mouth is pressed to her throat before the actual bite, so we don't see any gory details, but hear her grunting in pain, and we see the wound on her neck afterward. He then slits his own chest, and she willingly drinks blood from the wound. We then see her with blood on her face and nightgown, after drinking. Dracula, in the shape of a batlike creature suddenly appears before Van Helsing and his group and and is menacing toward them, including making a crucifix held by one of them burst into flames. We then see some blood on his chest after Van Helsing throws holy water at him, and Harker shoots him with a gun, but he's unhurt. A female vampire attempts to bite Van Helsing, but he stops her by pressing a wafer to her forehead, leaving a smoking burn mark. We see the shadow of a horse being beaten to the ground by the wives of Dracula. Van Helsing beheads the wives of Dracula while they're sleeping; We see him raise the blade to behead the first one, and then see blood squirt onto the wall. Afterward, we see him with blood on his face and clothes, while he's holding the severed heads in his hand and then throws them into an abyss. During a chase scene with horsemen pursuing a carriage, we see people being stabbed, shot, falling to the ground, being dragged on the ground, as well as a man falling down an abyss (we don't see the impact). During a fight scene, several men are stabbed with swords and knives, and a character is fatally stabbed in the back., with somewhat bloody results. Harker slices Dracula's throat with a knife, with extremely bloody results, while at the same time Dracula punches Harker, knocking him to the ground. Another man stabs Dracula in the heart with a big knife, leaving the knife stuck in his chest, with extremely bloody results. To give him peace, Mina shoves a big knife through Dracula's heart, and we see the knife coming out his back. She then pulls out the knife and decapitates him, and we see his severed head on the floor.
profanity 2 uses of hell, 1 use of damn, 1 use of goddamn, 1 use of bitch and 2 uses of whore. Two uses of "in God's name".
alcohol Alcohol: Harker is served wine at Dracula's castle; Dracula pours Mina a glass of absinthe at a restaurant, which she drinks from; when a woman turning into a vampire freaks out violently in the presence of garlic, Dr. Jack Seward asks a person to get some brandy; Arthur Holmwood has a drink while watching over a sick Lucy; Mina and Harker drink wine as part of their wedding ritual; Van Helsing drinks beer at a restaurant and Harker has a glass of beer in front of him in the same scene. Drugs: Dr. Jack Seward injects himself with morphine, and appears to get high. Smoking: Van Helsing smokes a cigar in four scenes, Arthur Holmwood smokes a cigar in one scene, whereas one of the men making a delivery to Dracula's property in London briefly smokes.
frightening As listed under Violence & Gore: During a battle sequence shown only in silhouette, several people are killed via swords, arrows and spears. We then see, in silhouette, a field of impaled people, one of them sliding down the stake. As listed under Violence & Gore: Several impaled people lined up along a road are seen from a distance. As listed under Violence & Gore: Dracula's wife commits suicide by throwing herself into a river from a great height. We don't see the impact, but we see her dead body in a chapel afterward, with some blood on her face. We also see stains of blood on the floor of the chapel, as well as her blood-stained suicide-letter. As listed under Violence & Gore: Vlad (Dracula) stabs a sword into a cross and a river of blood begins to flow from the cross. He then fills a communion chalice with blood from the cross and drinks from it, before screaming loudly. As listed under Violence & Gore: Renfield eats an insect, but because of the camera angle, we don't see any details. We suddenly see Dracula's eyes in the sky during Harker's journey to Transylvania; this might scare some younger viewers. While Harker is waiting for Dracula's coach to pick him up, wolves appear, looking down on him, and later run along while the coach is driving. However, they don't harm him. As listed under Violence & Gore: We see a cross bearing a skeleton with a wolf's head with bared fangs. A horse-driven coach drives dangerously close to the edge of an abyss, and almost goes off the edge for a moment. In a couple of scenes, we hear the sound of wolves howling in the night. Dracula's appearance as an old man with extremely pale skin might be frightening to some. In several scenes with Dracula in his castle, his shadow is mysteriously moving on its own accord. Dracula's shadow mysteriously moves across a room in England, and his voice is also heard, while he's actually in Romania. We see inmates of an asylum institution, looking all dazed and confused, in delirium. As listed under Violence & Gore: Renfield is seen holding a plate of crawling bugs, and puts one of them in his mouth to eat it. He then attempts to bites a man's neck (no blood), and is violently restrained. Harker accidentally nicks his neck while shaving (leaving a small cut). Dracula then takes the bloody razor and licks off the blood, before assisting a frightened Harker with his (Harker's) shaving, but doesn't harm him. He then notices the crucifix that Harker is wearing, and snarls angrily and backs away from him. The sight of vampires suddenly looking menacing with sharp teeth, seen many times throughout the movie, might definitely be scary to several younger viewers. When Harker is being seduced by Dracula's brides, they bite into his arms several times, leaving several bloody cuts. Harker, seeing Dracula's brides gather around an infant to feed on it (we don't see the actual act), screams and apparently faints, while Dracula laughs evilly. Inside a room filled with impaled skeletons, Harker finds Dracula's coffin during the vampire's "day coma". Draculas inert body then suddenly rises straight up from the coffin. We see Dracula as a sort of translucent chrysalis during his metamorphosis from an old man into a werewolf. We see a close-up of a syringe as Dr. Jack Seward injects himself with morphine (we don't see the actual injection). Renfield can be seen yelling and chanting in delirium. During a storm, Mina and Lucy suddenly see Dracula's eyes in the sky. Then, as they're playing in the rain, Dracula's laughing face can be seen superimposed on the top of the screen. The sight of Dracula as a werewolf, including shots of him snarling and howling, will definitely frighten many younger viewers. As listed under Violence & Gore: Dracula, as a werewolf, is seen with blood on his teeth. He then kills someone off-screen on a ship, and we see blood squirt onto a sail. As listed under Violence & Gore: Dracula, as a werewolf, bites into Lucy's neck, leaving a bloody wound on her skin. Several times throughout the movie, we see the fang marks on her skin. The scene where Dracula, as a werewolf, has violent sex with a woman, might be frightening to many younger viewers. Sewards gives Lucy an injection (she's ill); we don't see the action, but hear her pained reaction. Afterward, we see her making small gasps while sleeping, as if she has trouble breathing. Dracula suddenly grabs Mina and pulls her toward a coach, pinning her ams while forcing her down on it. While she's in some kind of trance, he opens his mouth and we see his fangs extending. He then bends close to her and is about to bite her, but then stops himself. A wolf appears inside the cinematograph theyre at, frightening people. It then stops in front of Mina and snarls at her, but Dracula calms it, and they end up stroking it. As listed under Violence & Gore: We see Harker in a weak state, lying on the floor with Dracula's brides lying around him as they're drinking his blood; we don't see any actual biting this time, but he has several bloody wounds on his body, and one of the brides is licking his blood off her fingers. We also see close-ups of running drops of blood on the floor. We see Dracula outside Lucys window, before his shadow suddenly appears inside the room, reaching for her with claw-like hands. As he does so, a bouquet of flowers wilts instantly in a vase. A short time later, we hear her wailing from outside the room. Two men go to see what's going on, and finds her moaning while half unconscious. We see some blood dripping onto the floor as Dracula's shadow can be seen leaving the room. There's also a bit of blood on the woman's pillow. To save Lucys life, a blood transfusion is performed, and a large needle is stuck into her arm, while another needle is stuck into Arthur's (the donor) arm (not seen, but we hear his pained reaction), and we then see blood going through a tube and into a bottle. Afterwards, we see Dracula with the blood of the victim dripping down his mouth and chin as he's resting. Harker attempts to descend a stone wall while escaping from Dracula's castle, and, while high up, falls down into the river below (he's unharmed). We then see him in a weak state, crawling through the mud in the dark, before being rescued. We learn that he's suffering from a violent brain fewer. (Later, we find out that he has recovered only to a certain degree, and see that much of his hair has turned gray after the ordeal in the castle.) A woman turning into a vampire freaks out violently in the presence of garlic; smashing a vase, yelling, and acting aggressively; this might frighten some younger viewers. She then attempts to bite a man in the neck (no blood), before Van Helsing calms her. We learn that Dracula, in the past, skinned people alive, boiled their heads in a kettle, hacked them to pieces and drank their blood, and later learn that he tortured and impaled thousands of people. We also see black and white illustrations of impaled victims and people being cut to pieces. We see Dracula crying bloody tears, with his face looking pale white and demonic-like, as if his face is melting. He then summons a strong wind, which makes many candles in a room far away magically blow out. Dracula, as a werewolf, kills a man, which is seen too quickly to make out many details, but we briefly see his bloody corpse afterward. He then throws a man telekinetically across a room, knocking him out. We then see him (Dracula) as an old man appearing outside a woman's window, saying, menacingly, "I condemn you to living death, to eternal hunger for living blood." A wolf then crashes through the woman's bedroom window and attacks her. We don't see the actual contact, but see her writhing and screaming in pain, as well as some blood on the face of the wolf. We then see fountains of blood splashing from the sides of the room. Afterward, we see her dead body in a coffin. Van Helsing and his group open a dead womans coffin, only to find it empty. Arthur, demanding to know whats going on, points a gun at Van Helsing, but doesn't harm him. The woman, who is now a vampire with the chalk-white skin of a dead person, suddenly appears, carrying a small child, who's crying in fear. When she sees the men, she drops the child (who seems to be unhurt) to the ground and advances on Arthur Holmwood, putting him in a trance, but Van Helsing interferes before she can harm him. She then snarls and acts menacingly toward Van Helsing as he uses a cross to drive her back into the coffin. She then vomits a pool of blood on him, and we hear a croaking sound as she lies down. Van Helsing then drives a stick into her heart and cuts off her head (which flies through the air), with bloody results. While Van Helsing and his group are hunting for Dracula, we see Dracula as a huge, batlike creature hanging from the ceiling. He then suddenly flies downward toward the group, but doesn't harm them. Dracula appears as a thin streak of snaking green mist. As listed under Violence & Gore:A man is telekinetically thrown against the bars in a cell several times, leaving his head stuck between the bars and his body hanging there limp. As listed under Violence & Gore:As part of the vampire wedding sacrament, Dracula bites Mina's neck; his mouth is pressed to her throat before the actual bite, so we don't see any gory details, but hear her grunting in pain, and we see the wound on her neck afterward. He then slits his own chest, and she willingly drinks blood from the wound. We then see her with blood on her face and nightgown, after drinking. Dracula, in the shape of a batlike creature suddenly appears before Van Helsing and his group and and is menacing toward them, including making a crucifix held by one of them burst into flames. We then see some blood on his chest after Van Helsing throws holy water at him, and Harker shoots him with a gun, but he's unhurt. Dracula then transforms into a figure made of rats, which crumbles into many individual rats scurrying away. A woman who has been bitten by a vampire, is lying on a coach, trembling and feeling cold; this might be frightening to some younger viewers. A woman turning into a vampire suddenly begins to violently sway and spasm while yelling and shuddering, as if possessed. She then attempts to bite Van Helsing, but he stops her by pressing a wafer to her forehead, leaving a smoking burn mark. Dracula's brides, looking menacing and baring their fans, approach Van Helsing and a woman. Van Helsing then uses a burning stick to draw a ring of flames around himself and the woman, to protect them both from the vampires. We then see the shadow of a horse being beaten to the ground by brides. As listed under Violence & Gore: Van Helsing beheads the wives of Dracula while they're sleeping; We see him raise the blade to behead the first one, and then see blood squirt onto the wall. Afterward, we see him with blood on his face and clothes, while he's holding the severed heads in his hand and then throws them into an abyss. A female vampire lifts her hands and chants, calling up strong winds, while something reminiscent of blue flames moves around her. The wind knocks over a horse and its rider (both are unharmed). As listed under Violence & Gore: During a chase scene with horsemen pursuing a carriage, we see people being stabbed, shot, falling to the ground, being dragged on the ground, as well as a man falling down an abyss (we don't see the impact). As listed under Violence & Gore: During a fight scene, several men are stabbed with swords and knives, and a character is fatally stabbed in the back., with somewhat bloody results. As listed under Violence & Gore: Harker slices Dracula's throat with a knife, with extremely bloody results, while at the same time Dracula punches Harker, knocking him to the ground. Another man stabs Dracula in the heart with a big knife, leaving the knife stuck in his chest, with extremely bloody results. Dracula, badly wounded, is now seen as an old man in with a shriveled, demonic-like face. As listed under Violence & Gore: To give him peace, Mina shoves a big knife through Dracula's heart, and we see the knife coming out his back. She then pulls out the knife and decapitates him, and we see his severed head on the floor.

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