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A Treat Coming For Classic Dracula Fans Print E-mail
Written by Jay Creepy   
Wednesday, 28 August 2013


Instead of updating or remaking the standard Dracula formula, Neil ("Dog Soldiers," "The Descent," "Doomsday") Marshall is creating a sort of offshoot -- "The Last Voyage of Dementer."  Under his guidance and the log of the ill fated captain, we can witness what happened to the crew on their journey, whilst carrying the sinister cargo.  Screen Rant, a year ago wrote of the film:

"Last Voyage of the Demeter script is said to be told from the perspective of the doomed passengers onboard the eponymous vessel that transported Count Dracula from Transylvania to England, where the predominantly Russian crew is terrorized (and slaughtered) by the iconic vampire." more recently breaks the plot down as follows:

"Based on a chapter in Bram Stoker's "Dracula," which describes the arrival of the vampire count in England on a cargo ship  that has crashed into the rocks at Whitby with no crew and the dead captain lashed to the steering wheel. Stoker tells the story via the captain's log of the voyage, which begins in Bulgaria and becomes increasingly disjointed as members of the crew disappear."

Apparently, Ben Kingsley and Noomi Rapace are on board (pardon the pun) and Bragi Schut has written (originally eight years ago!!??!!) what may be a good film if they hold back on modern sounding music and too much CGI.  Let's have a more classical approach to this one please.

Additionally, Viggo Mortensen was offered a role in the movie, however this was reported a year ago.  Horrorhound issue 40 has a little side article which also mentions Viggo's possible involvement.

Unfortunately there are no movie posters released, or any pics available yet.

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