Dracula: Dead and Loving It Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.90/10 from 45000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

Dracula morto e contento

Title in Português:

Drácula: Morto Mas Contente!


Scheduled to meet Count Dracula, a reclusive, mysterious aristocrat living in a Gothic castle nestled in the mist-clad mountains beyond the Borgo Pass, the unsuspecting London-based solicitor, Thomas Renfield, travels to Transylvania. There, as poor Renfield falls under the spell of the blood-sucking Count, an ancient creature of the night imbued with immense, superhuman power and the wisdom of aeons, Dracula's sinister plot begins to unravel. But, now that the new owner of Carfax Abbey has set foot in England, his reign of terror begins, and no one is safe, especially his next-door neighbour, head psychiatrist, Dr Seward, his lovely daughter, Mina, and her friend, Lucy Westenra. More and more, the malevolent fiend's evil spreads all over the city. Can the fearless vampire hunter, Professor Abraham Van Helsing, put an end to Dracula's curse?

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Dracula: Dead and Loving It
Hungarian Dance No. 5
Johannes Brahms: Writer
Roses From the South
The Kaminsky Two-Step
Hummie Mann: Composer

User reviews

Mark Lopez

The soundtrack's incorporation of traditional Eastern European folk music elements adds an authentic and chilling touch to the overall ambiance of the movie.

Sarah Miller

The music in the film effectively enhances the tension and suspense, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats as the story of Dracula's malevolent fiendishness unfolds. The soundtrack seamlessly weaves together both classical and modern elements, creating a unique and captivating auditory experience that complements the visual storytelling.

William Robinson

The soundtrack features a mix of classical compositions and original pieces that blend seamlessly together, creating a cohesive musical experience that complements the film's dark themes and gothic setting.

Mary Martin

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack are well-crafted and add depth to the scenes, especially during the suspenseful moments when Dracula's presence is felt but unseen. The music effectively builds tension and keeps the audience on edge.

Michelle Carter

The main theme of the soundtrack is memorable and sticks with you long after the movie ends. Its haunting melody lingers in your mind, enhancing the overall impact of the film and leaving a lasting impression.

Anthony Anderson

The use of orchestral arrangements and dramatic crescendos in the music intensifies the sense of impending danger and suspense throughout the film.

Amanda Miller

The musical themes associated with the different characters, such as Count Dracula and Professor Van Helsing, effectively enhance the storytelling and character development in the film.