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Name:[xvid dvdrip ac3 ita eng]Dracula Prince of Darkness Dracula Principe delle tenebre (1966)[colombo

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Title:Dracula: Prince of Darkness
country:Gran Bretagna
release data: 1966
Genre: Horror
runtime: 90'
Director:Terence Fisher
Titolo: Dracula, principe delle tenebre
Titolo originale:Dracula: Prince of Darkness
Nazionalit?:Gran Bretagna
Anno: 1966
Genere: Horror
Durata: 90'
Regia:Terence Fisher
wo couples traveling in eastern Europe decide to visit Carlstad despite dire local warnings. Left outside the village by a coachman terrified at the approach of night, they find themselves in the local castle and are surprised at the hospitality extended by the sinister Klove. It turns out the owner, Count Dracula, dead for ten years, has been hoping for such a visit...
Quattro nobili viaggiatori inglesi, due donne e due uomini, sono accolti da un perfetto maggiordomo in un maniero a Carlsbad, sui Carpazi. Il conte Dracula, riportato in vita dal servitore, scatena il terrore tra le due coppie di turisti...
* Christopher Lee: Count Dracula
* Suzan Farmer: Diana Kent
* Francis Matthews: Charles Kent
* Barbara Shelley: Helen Kent
* Charles Tingwell: Alan Kent
* Andrew Keir: Sandor
Size: 820 MB
Runtime: 01:26:34

Video Codec: XviD
Video Bitrate: 934 kb/s
Risoluzione: 640x272 (2.35:1) [=40:17]
FPS (Frames/sec):25.000
QF (Frame quality): 0.215 bits/pixel

Audio Codec ITA: AC3
Audio Bitrate ITA: 192 kb/s (96/ch, stereo) CBR
Freq Audio ITA: 48000 Hz

Audio Codec ENG: AC3
Audio Bitrate ENG: 192 kb/s (96/ch, stereo) CBR
Freq Audio ENG: 48000 Hz
Though not quite up to the standard of Hammer's first major success, 'Horror of Dracula', this follow up still represents another feather in the great studio's already feather filled cap. Returning from the first film are director Terence Fisher and, of course, Christopher Lee as the Count. Unfortunately, Peter Cushing doesn't recoup his role as the vampire hunter, Van Helsing and the film suffers a loss because of that; but it works despite that fact and although Cushing would no doubt have added to the film, it obviously doesn't need him to succeed. As Hammer are famous for playing with existing stories, and as they've already covered the original story; this one is a completely new version of Dracula. The plot follows four British tourists that end up in Dracula's castle and, as you can imagine, end up becoming dinner for everyone's favourite bloodsucker. Not Hammer's best storyline, I'm sure you'll agree, but as it's done with all the panache and style that we've come to love from Hammer, so they don't really need to set the world of plotting on fire to deliver a damn fine horror movie.

Christopher Lee is a great actor. He doesn't bring quite the same greatness to the role of Dracula that Bela Lugosi did before him, but if there was any actor to take the reins, Lee is definitely the one that I want. However, the problem with Lee's performance in this movie is that he doesn't get a lot of screen time, and considering he's the top billed star; I felt a little ripped off at him not being in it all that much. Every scene with him in it is a delight, however, and it's just a shame that there isn't all that many of them. The four actors playing the British tourists mostly carry the film, and although they aren't bad; none of them have anything on Christopher Lee. Terence Fisher's direction is adequate as usual, and he does a good job at creating the right sort of atmosphere and tension. There isn't a great deal of blood in the story, but it doesn't matter as that's not the point of the film, and the Hammer clich?s that have gained them so many fans figure to an extent that you wont even notice the lack of blood and guts. This isn't the best Dracula film ever made, or even the best Dracula film that Hammer made; but it's a solid one and fans of Dracula and Hammer will no doubt find lots to like.
Sette anni dopo Dracula il vampiro, la Hammer convince Christopher Lee a riprendere il personaggio, ma la sceneggiatura di Jimmy Sangster scontenta tutti e Lee decide di non recitare le battute del dialogo ma emettere solo urla terrificanti.

Il tocco di Fisher si ritrova nella condanna di ogni moralismo (il Male incarnato da Dracula, ma anche l?eccesso di pruderie di una delle due coppie, proprio per questo vittime designate del vampiro) e soprattutto nella lettura parareligiosa del mito di Dracula, visto come un nuovo anti-Cristo (la prima vittima ? sgozzata a testa in gi? e ricorda le crocifissioni blasfeme degli adoratori di Satana).

Alcune scene sono decisamente forti (lo sgozzamento, Dracula che fa abbeverare una vampira da un?arteria tagliata del proprio petto, come peraltro aveva scritto Bram Stoker nel suo romanzo) altre...

Peter Cushing, non citato nei titoli di testa, interpreta il ruolo del dottor Van Helsing nelle prime scene del film, riprese da Dracula il vampiro (1958), necessarie per legare la storia dei due film.

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