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I loved both of these, but between Bram Stoker's Dracula and its unofficial sequel, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, I'm a bit torn. I loved the supernatural effects in Dracula, but I also loved how Frankenstein's creation is portrayed closer to the book than in the past incarnations. Both had incredible an incredible cast line-up (although I think Frankenstein has more of an edge on that), and the lead monsters also were amazing (however, I think Oldman's Dracula wins out over De Niro's Creature). For now, I think I'll give it to Frankenstein.
You know, this would make a really good Reel Rumble.
Can't say I really liked either of these, but I'd take Mary S's Frankenstein over Bram S's Dracula by a pretty wide margin.
Bram Stoker is far superior even the stiff acting by some* is way better than Mary Shelly's Frankie.
In those quotes from Angry Video Game Nerd, he says: "I'm sick of it all! Morning sun, vanquish me!" and "What kind of codes are these?