Dracula Untold

Dracula Untold
Dracula Untold

Year

2014

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The latest in a long history of films about the famous vampire, this epic explores the origins of the man who would become Dracula. Blending elements from the original novel and the real history of Vlad the Impaler, this dramatic film takes place in an imagined past filled with magic and brutal battles. Here Dracula is portrayed not as an evil monster but a tragically flawed hero, caught in a battle to protect his family and country that forces him to embrace dark powers.

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15 Classification

Contains strong horror and violence, moderate sex, moderate threat, mild innuendo and infrequent very mild bad language.

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