DRACULA (2020) on Netflix, A Quick TV Review

This is a quickie review of Netflix'sDracula starring a few new folks I have never seen before: Claes Bang, Dolly Wells, Morfydd Clark, Lydia West and more vampire victims!

Netflix's DRACULA is good in some ways and forces you to commit to see it through to the end in other ways.

The entire ensemble of characters from the franchise is represented in this three-episode mini-series, from Van Helsing, Mina, Harker, Lucy, Renfield and the lot, but not in the classic sense. And now that I know who wrote the series, Steven Moffat (Doctor Who, Sherlock), pretty much everything I've seen in the episodes now makes perfect sense now.

Moffat and his co-writer Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) take the familiar characters and toss them up in the air and remix who/how we encounter them. It became ejoyable to see this. At first it's a bit befuddling, but if you stick to it, you get past the subtle confusion and start to have your attention pulled in to keep following the updates to this moder…

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