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ok wow, I'm giving it to the parody. Admittedly, it wouldn't exist without the original, but after rewatching both, I was more entertained by Leslie Nielsen.
Dead and Loving it is surprisingly the better Dracula film (although the artistic vision shown in Bram Stoker's Dracula is mesmerising). For some reason not many people find the Mel Brooks parody funny but I certainly did.