Emmanuelle the Private Collection: Emmanuelle vs. Dracula

A group of women are visited by three mysterious men during a bachelor party.
Kinky
United States
2004
Feature Film
Realism: 
Supernatural
Character Focus: 
Vampire Film
Stalker: 
Sneaker
Psychics: 
Hypnotist
Telepathist
Screenplay: 
Characters: 
Franchise Sequel
Franchise Spin-Off
2
This one sucks...
3.04
1.04
3.04
2
1
3
1
Ambiance
Editing
Plot
Emmanuelle vs. Dracula is neither officially part of the Emmanuelle franchise nor a faithful adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. It's an erotic feature length film that cashes in on the two most popular names of the respective genre it loosely classifies as. It isn't just pornography because there is a lot of dialogue, and it isn't horror because we're not scared.
It's poorly shot and edited with what seems like rehash of other in-house porn flicks. The sets and cast are limited in quality and number. The extra scenes do not tie in with the main storyline; they're a pretext and a vehicle for more nudity and sex. The film is filled with flashbacks of masturbation and lesbian sex. The whole thing eventually turns into an orgy.
It isn't shot with care and looks even worse when it pulls its cheap cross-fade transitions only meant to shoehorn in irrelevant scenes or borrowed footage. Emmanuelle isn't given much to say and would rather look pretty. She thinks more than she talks. The actor playing Dracula, on the other hand, is given too much to do for his limited talents.
Alternate Titles: 
Emmanuelle vs. Dracula
Emmanuelle Versus Dracula
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