First Images From Dario Argento's DRACULA 3D

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First Images From Dario Argento's DRACULA 3D
I shall be blunt. I have very little hope that Dario Argento's upcoming Dracula 3D will be anything other than a train wreck. His Giallo was atrocious and Mother Of Tears - far from a good film - is the best he's done in a good long while. Argento is beyond decline at this stage of his career and if there is something worth watching in this picture my guess is it will come in the form of his daughter Asia or the man looking at you to the left - Rutger Hauer as Van Helsing.

That said, with the picture now well into production the official website has launched with a behind the scenes video and an extensive gallery of stills. They don't convince me that my gut reaction was wrong - they look much more like a stage play than a film, for one thing - but fans will want to take a peek. We've put some of the less spoiler-y images in the gallery below.
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theoshJuly 10, 2011 2:06 AM

While I agree with you that "Giallo" was easily Argento's worst film, and was even unwatchable, and early signs pointed to more of the same with "Dracula", but since filming has began, I am becoming more and more positive regarding this project. The brief set reports that Alan Jones posted were all extremely positive, but the biggest thing that I am excited about is the fact that Argento is using Luciano Tovoli as his cinematographer for "Dracula". Tovoli was the cinematographer on the two Argento classics, "Tenebrae" and "Suspiria", and this is the first time they have worked together since. This has gotten my seriously excited about the project (although I wished they would have ditched the 3D).

Personally I would just love it if Argento could produce at least one more masterpiece!