Dracula 2000

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Dracula 2000 is a film, "presented by" Wes Craven but actually directed by Patrick Lussier, that sees Dracula being awoken by a band of thieves who make off with his coffin. Dracula awakens and causes the plane to crash in New Orleans, where the daughter of Van Helsing (who has kept himself alive with Dracula's blood) happens to live.

Has two Direct to Video sequels (which contradict the ending of 2000): Dracula II: Ascension and Dracula III: Legacy

Unrelated to Dracula 3000.

Tropes used in Dracula 2000 include:


Detective: Solina, Dr. Seward here tells me you believe yourself to be a vampire. Now how does one become a vampire, Solina?
Solina: No, how does one become... a lover?
Detective: Well, I-I don't know.
Solina: [rises up in a non-human manner] One is chosen.
Detective [calls Dr. Seward]: You see that?
Dr. Seward [turns around to face Solina]: See what?
Solina: [sighs; Sultry voice] Would you like to be chosen, Mr. Detective? Are you waiting for a woman to choose you as a lover?
Detective [turns to look at Dr. Seward]: You getting this on tape?
Solina: [Yells] Look at me when I'm talking to you!
Detective [unnerved]: Now, Solina, you... you can't see me.
Solina: Of course I can. [moves closer to window] I can even see the outline of your cock against your pants, so don't even pretend you're not interested.