Dracula (2020) - Drama, Horror

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In 1897 Transylvania, the blood-drinking Count draws his plans against Victorian London.

IMDB: 7.3
Stars: Claes Bang, Dolly Wells
Length: 270 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 154 out of 847 found boring (18.18%)

One-line Reviews (351)

The first two episodes I found very entertaining.

In the third one suddenly we are in modern times with MTV style editing, a ridiculous nefarious organization that hunts vampires, and a watered down final act that could have been poetic, but ends up being is just boring.

At first I was delighted, episodes one and two are really gorery, the chap playing Dracula is excellent and it was really entertaining.

It spends way to much energy on pointless clubbing scenes, easy dracula escapes and lawyers.

See it for how it was intended - Ironic, comical and, at times, gripping.

If this had just been a one episode show I might have been satisfied but the plot just becomes more and more absurd as the show goes on and not in a good way but in a confusing, boring kind of way.

Wanted to like this so much but had to turn off after 30 mins.

It´s too predictable and boring for a horror, too inconsistent for a period drama, and far too slow and empty for a decent comedy.

Don't waste your time!!!!.

Brilliant and gripping without deviating too far away from the book.

I agree with the other reviews that each episode gets worse, the second episode is really drawn out and not particularly exciting.

A boring ending episode .

Underestimating viewers, unbelivably boring blabber from episode to another, painfull example of disaster production of horror classic to naive and utter stupidity.

Still, the modern setting stopped it feeling repetitive (as I'd initially feared it could be) and I appreciated the classic Moffat/Gattis humour.

Kind of dull .

But episode 3 is just a waste of time.

And pointless, again.

This retelling of a classic we all know with forced modern twists managed to be both predictable and simply eye rolling.

What a fantastic mini series - one of the best adaptations of this fascinating story I have ever seen.

There are some confusing plot devices.

E3 is ridiculous, boring, incoherent, and hugely disappointing.

It gets rather tedious complaining about the ridiculous woke nature of all BBC shows.

And whilst I know the same old retelling gets boring after while, the old adage rings true with this one.

But it was glib and tried really hard to be "clever", was pretentious and campy with bouts of high melodrama mish-mashed together.

Entertaining .

Bad casting, terrible acting, and all round boring.

Last episode unwatchable.

It is all the worst of Moffat when he's being grandiose and self-indulgent.

Unfortunately they have too great an affection for their own cleverness to do anything as dull as adapting the novel.

But the best about it is the crazy and original (and unexpected) sense of humor permeating every episode.

Got bored half way through first episode .

The first episode was engaging, intriguing, and had me hooked.

Awful acting, dire special effects and boring as hell.

Very banal jokes and puns are added straight into dead serious scenes, and this had me confused several times if perhaps the series was intended as a parody.

I half expected "Dracula " to start singing " I am what I am" whilst chomping on the remains of the novel - That was before the finale of the episode when it seemed like another production crew from BBC3 took over and decided to completely rip up the script and turn it into a lame episode of True Blood and I came to the conclusion that I had wasted 3 hours of my life.

Episode two is too boring.

He had nothing to do with the region Transylvania, but everybody in zero movies like this, without even documenting themselves prior making the movies, they make this confusion.

Very impressive, the sets, the stunning location, superb special effects.


An enjoyable and slightly camp romp.

A pointless exercise in woke box-ticking that epitomises the BBC's increasing irrelevance as a public-service broadcaster.

Don't waste your time on this one, there's much better vampire material around.

Brilliant acting great story and suspense in the first two episodes the third was however very confusing and the story was all over the place.

First two episodes well worth watching .

Suspenseful, funny, gory, charming, and overall a fun watch.

What a waste of time

Indeed a bloody waste of time .

I loved the second episode as well - I do not believe I have ever seen in a movie how Dracula's boat journey to England took place and I am an absolute sucker for the plotline "a group of people are stuck together in a place they cannot escape from and then they start dying one by one" - although this time around you know who the murderer is, it is still entertaining.

I really enjoyed it.

This was a take on Dracula, not Bram Stoker's Dracula, but still so enjoyable!

Taken on it's own merits, this was entertaining enough with even an occasional smattering of Mark Gattis's dark humour thrown in for good measure.

A total waste of your time!!!

It's witty, fun, scary and well worth the watch !!

They obviously have the budget and shouldnt let talent like Claes Bang and Guy Pearce waste their time on such drivel.

It was worth watching.

It's a strange and unnecessary jump from the dark, gothic setting to something more bland.

Fascinating .

I really enjoyed it till the end.

Some parts of it were actually quite good, unfortunately, much of it was nonsensical, stupid, ridiculous, pointless, self-indulgent, and vain.

If you don't like this unholy mess it's because you're an unimaginative dullard, unable to accept anything other than a predictable and over-respectful retread of the original.

The show was fresh and smart and van Helsing alone is worth the watch.

I found the first episode incredibly slow and the 'animations' to be extremely poor.


The third episode is unwatchable.

Though, at times the third was as imaginative in the direction as the first the story was way too bland and boring.

Bad acting, no story all a mess .

Pointless characters take centre stage that I had absolutely no interest in, I don't care who Lucy marries or why.

That aside, the dialogue is usually long and drawn out and corny, while the jokes fall flat along with the constant double entendres.

Gattis and Moffat are doing something different - what matters is that they are doing it well, notwithstanding a few cringey/contrived moments.

I enjoyed it.

Boring; predictable; unimaginative; unoriginal.

It started off with such promise - a gleefully scary and funny episode 1 - and plummeted to very bad in episode 3 (and not in a fun campy way, just bad in boring, get this over with way).

The second episode gets tedious.

There are a little bit of plot driven part in this one, mostly lose ends from E1, but this one is just confusing and a bit pointless.

But after squandering the entire second episode - a full third of the running time - on an unnecessary, ill-conceived and desperately dull excursus on board the Demeter, Gatiss and Moffatt left themselves no time to develop the story properly in the third instalment, meaning that all that episode's characters appeared and disappeared without establishing a shred of credibility, or worse, sympathy.

A different take on the fable of Dracula, but equally exciting.

And its just the 1st episode, from that the story turn in new ways but a lot of cliché.

However, the final few moments were unexpected and somewhat redeemed the third episode.

But that last episode was so awful, boring, time wasting it ruined the whole thing!

Started off well, but by episode 3 it was just an unholy, and boring mess,and I hated it.

E1 The first episode shows so much promise - great production values, creepy and scary, good adaptation of the source material, and compelling characters played by good actors.

Overall very disappointing - dracula was decent in the first episode then too comedic and the last episode was absolutely rubbish with one of the worst endings in horror history - don't waste your time on this

Third episode wasnt predictable at all (just stupid) started off badly and very very very slowly got worse, as for the ending hmmn.

They always find some way to destroy it and this series has disappointed me a lot because they have everything in their hands: the cast, the gothic style, all the environment and the feeling of being in a horror movie and they just threw it all away by making a modern cliche.

It is so boring.

Show is something new and unexpected It woud suck if it was just a F.

But overall I really enjoyed it.

The boring version.

Waste of your time.

The BBC have taken liberties and over stretched, it's a shame that the count was as boring as counting sheep

This "version" is equal parts frightening, sensationalist, slapstick, and boring, which is a strange mix to achieve.

Just dull.

Weird and creepy certainly, and nice to see the Baby from 'Trainspotting' get work again, but it went nowhere.

Tedious, lacking substance and poor laughable dialogue .

Contrived, basic, illogical .

Quite entertaining...

In a confusing turn, the episode begins with Dracula and Van Helsing playing chess in his castle while he recounts to her what happened to him after he left the convent (noticing a pattern here).

It was fun enough to watch and in the immortal words of another beast, this show was truly, "Marvelous, Hugely entertaining and there was no COLLUSION frOm Ukraine.. Ahem.. Aka.

The "hero" was bland, and the love interest Lucy, just an amalgam of previous BBC 'it' girls.

Boring, arch, incoherent, woke, smug, self-indulgent twaddle with a thin veneer of style .

Some of the most confusing/ worst writing and pointless far-fetched plots I've ever witnessed.

After a bit of a slow start (episode one) it just keeps on getting better and better!

First two episodes were so goo,d I'm ok to give it a 7.5. The first episode is a classic - really worth watching on a stand alone basis.

Whenever it got really sinister and dark - a bland joke popped up and ruined in my opinion the whole atmosphere.

The acting was fine but it was too predictable and there was just something off that I can't quite put my finger on.

If, on the other hand, you are like me, and your friends and family know to never utter his name in your presence for fear of being subjected to an agonizing hour-long tirade on why his writing is lazy, unfunny, forced, insulting and basically all-round soul-sucking, obsessed with simply making things 'new' or 'unexpected' without any real passion or concern for telling a compelling story, then you'd best stay clear - 'Dracula' is Moffat all the way down.

It's a cliched bore fest and there is nothing worse than a boring horror or an attempt to be one.

Way too long and honestly a bit dull .

What a waste of potential and what a waste of time.

Started out well, engrossing in fact and gradually descended into farce, so disappointed in what could have been a great 3 part series...

I want to add that I'm fed up with gender/feminist propaganda, and will start searching for certified "gender-free" products.

Worth the watch.. .


Don't waste your time, Dracula is supposed to be passionate, seductive and sexy - this is far from it.

Do t waste your time.

Episode 3 just came across as disjointed nonsense with Dracula committing suicide in the end because of some psycho babble about him being afraid he can't die, blah blah.

From an ok first episode to a dramatic decline in just about every area, delivering the most tedious 90 minute conclusion ever committed to the story.

All in all, I suppose if you suspend your disbelief in how any of these characters would actually deal with a vampire, it was mildly entertaining.

Roman Polanski's 'Fearless Vampire killers' is more entertaining.

He seemed weak and most boring character in the episode....

Episode 2 was intriguing and the plot twist at the end was caught me by surprise.

Although it started off well and had some good horror moments, I found the campness too much and it became tedious.

I found this to be quite entertaining.

Excellent and Entertaining, feels like fresh take on Dracula .

There is bit of twist/explanation 30 minutes before the end, but it still leaves only confusion.

A dull and stupid reimagination.

Forget haters, Dracula is really well worth watching!.

Highly entertaining and brilliantly cast, Hammer monster mash.

Well worth the watch !

Blood is lives and a waste of time.

Where Oldman is slow, methodical, calculating and hauntingly emphatic with his Romanian diction, the BBC's Dracula is a quick talking, high-pitched helium Huffer who sounds like he's trying to squeeze a fart through his mouth whenever he speaks.

Predictable .

What a waste of time.

But a sudden change of direction in the second episode made it boring.

Stop twisting old tales - it makes them silly, pointless and boring.

The third episode felt like it was done by an entirely different crew with a different writer/director etc. It was utterly unwatchable.

The 3rd episode was a big let down - I did not mind at all the modern times settings, but the story was boring and meah and the ending absolutely awful.

Waste of time, boring, not sceary, not funny (guys directors - your not funny) Don't know what to say...

The PC tropes/propaganda thing is shamelessly shoved into the story.

Episode 1 was brilliant and original, but Episode 2 was long-drawn out and tedious and by 10 minutes in episode 3 I'd lost interest entirely.

Thrilling, suspenseful, and great acting that gave the series a promising outlook.

Don't waste your time!

I thought it had some fantastic twists, unexpected changes and twists galore.

Confusion in head of the director to think the others that he is smart.

a complete waste of time and it totally ruined the entire piece.

Don't waste your time.

Entertaining .

The series is both amusing and a bit exciting in a light way just like old vampire movies.

A great second episode, a who-dunnit murder mystery on a boat which is still quite an enjoyable ride.

Here comes Moffat with his predictable tropes and absolutely unnecessary modernizing.

The scenes are dragging for much longer than necessary, and altogether it feels like the plot is spread way too thin which results in boredom mixed with disgust.

A total waste of time .

Very entertaining and witty mini series.

This had great acting and an intriguing plot line, even though we all know the gist of Dracula having been remade 100's of times throughout cinematic history, it added little twists and turns peppered nicely.


I found it very entertaining and enjoyable.

The special effects were so bad that it's funny abd the dialogue was very cringy and the plot was very different Bram Stoker's original Dracula story but I actually found it somewhat enjoyable, as it was so bad that it was funny.

It mixes horror (and I do mean proper, terrifying horror - this is not for kids), humour and thrills in an endlessly entertaining way.

The third episode is a ridiculous waste of time.

Episode 1: fantastic Episode 2: slamming on the brakes after the first but still very entertaining.

This series is intense & modern concept have brough the vampire to life again.

Second episode a bit boring.

Made it worth watching the series

Approach to the story - horribly disjointed!

However, the modern-day story in episode three was disjointed and quite frankly poorly written and edited.

The last episode honestly had me bored.

I'm all for twisting classic stories and giving them a new spin but this came across pretty self-indulgent and important.

Dracula and Van Helsing are certainly good value as characters but the plot is so weak and repetitive...

Yet, most of the horror elements are plainly ridiculous and pointless.

Horrible waste of time .

Some of the scenes were so drawn out I actually found myself shouting at the TV telling them to get on with it.


Episode 3 Blew It, but still enjoyable .

Stunning .

Overall whole episode was boring and felt like lacked some depth.

Also, the story is exciting and thrilling.

secretly I sort of loved the unexpected twist.

I had a hard time even getting through the first episode, and I'd rather watch paint dry than watch this disaster.

I had low expectations and really enjoyed it.

Some good twist, some great acting, and a unpredictable ending.

Another timeless classic ruined to PC and LGBT propaganda garbage.....

All in all, a thoroughly disappointing waste of time.

Part 2 was a bit better the ships setting was isolated but it's characters were a bit on the dull side and they seemed dumb not knowing who was the killer when he looks like a killer, they could have sold it better.

Entertaining adaptation let down by part 3.

Slow .

And again, there's Van Helsing somehow travelling in time and lots of pointless talking about blood.

A very enjoyable vampire movie and he's sooooo handsome too that I could ask him to drain my blood, anytime!

Long winded and pointless changes for no good effect.

The first episode was very dark and intense, then second one was ok, then the third one made a 180 degree turn to something that totally lost gravity, a free fall.

Dracula starts killing passengers/crew and I watched frustrated by the confusing time skip and typical tropes of characters making every idiotic choice to enable Dracula's murder spree.

As I said, its great, good fun, a bit hammy but still very much worth watching - ignore the haters.

Other than that I enjoyed it.

It's intriguing to watch the plot evolve.

All in all it was a waste of time.

Slogged through a very slow episode one.

Very impressive, all those involved with the make-up, (especially Harkers's corpse like visage) and CGI transformations (The wolf to man sequence was stunning) need to be applauded, maybe even a TV BAFTA nod.

Scary, reminiscent, and very enjoyable .

Theres more than passing whiff of Kim Newmans Anno Dracula series worth a read so far so good interested to see where they take the storyUpdate -The final episode was confusing at best and rushed at worst - i think this is very much more to do with what ever executive rubber stamped this at the bbc , in otherwords they wanted a tale in three parts so all the ideas that gattis and moffat were left with were shoehorned intobthe final show.

Thoroughly enjoyable so far.

Another boring vampire tale about a monster that enjoys killing mindless and a lot of plot holes.

2-3 don't waste your time.

It is just boring and not satisfying.

The other characters are played by okay actors and do a good enough job overall i enjoyed it and hope for more

The addition of Agatha the badass nun (Sister Johanna Constantina) works very well because she is the thinking modern viewer, who knows so much more about vampires and could be easily bored with the same tropes all over again.

resulting in a really refreshing and enjoyable take on this classic!

However after a fine opening episode I found it overlong & a bit self-indulgent notably the second part, and I'd say Gatiss' reinvention of Dracula's legend is not as successful as he did with Baker Street's most famous resident (who also gets a sly anonymous namecheck).

I already thought the Dracula version with Jonathan Rhys Meyers was absurd, but was 100 times more fascinating and at least more original than this nonsense.

This makes it all the more confusing when the second episode opts for a non linear story which does not immediately pick up the thread of the cliffhanger.

Nevertheless, I highly recommend it.

and I sort of enjoyed it!

Nonsense, boredom, and a big MEH after finishing all 3 episodes.

A total waste of your time!!!

But there's no story behind it.

Very enjoyable retelling.

So if you go in expecting intense drama, this is not it.

What a waste of my time and broadband width.

Gatiss has collected every cliché ever foisted on Bram Stoker's creation, added the odd computer game element and a few very camp, very cheap 80s TV gimmicks, and glued it all together with some of the worst dialogue ever written for the small screen.

Plot twists are quite random and frankly, I was bored easily after episode 1.

It starts quite well visually in the first episode, but then it just turns to too much pointless talking at the convent.

It's just so bland & cliche in comparison to the first two episodes.

It was pretty dull.

Drawn out for no good purpose.

Slow, dull, cliche ridden rubbish.

Really eerie and sinister moments crash hard into dull jokes.

Horror nothing good, any TV series that starts with Drama genre speaks for itself, a lot of irrelevant Drama 40%, I skipped through all the useless crap, very drawn out slow going, its along play time, it should be the normal 0:43 TV episode, 3 episodes is no good for a TV series the minimum is 10

The second, while disconcertingly straying from the source material, was interesting, engaging, and well worth watching.

Don't waste your time.

Don't waste your time.

The story was very weird, to say the least, and the whole story felt pointless.

Story was entertaining and was just scary enough.

Don't waste your time.

But it's all forgivable, because of their bravery to do something different, something deep, something complicated and something truly engaging.

That being said, I must say this series was very entertaining and in the end I loved it.

Reviews must be fake for this one cause its a boring and unnessessary adaptation.

I enjoyed it, as it was very different to anything else i had ever watched about the most famous of the vampires.

It's annoyingly predictable and not very entertaining.

Psycho babble no longer a smart play of foes, but becomes self-aware and self-indulgent.

But, in between these great points are long stretches of dull or infuriating scenes with predicable twists.

After 123 years they find him and having learnt nothing, easy predictable escape.

A bit of a slow start, VERY strong finish.

Mix of boring cheap dialogues and and scenario.

Agatha and Dracula's banter was so boring and irky that i wished they kill each other and be done with it.

(Gary Oldman's Dracula, by contrast, spoke slower and much more deliberately, giving a feel of a time long past, in a country not of my own country (The U.

After watching the first episode i was a bit surprised, not by the originality, but from the fact i actually enjoyed it, despite the subtle politically correct feminist references.

Still worth watching though.

Episode 2 is boring, which basically consists of the much overdone whodunnit plot - which is pointless since we already know whodunnit and episode 3 is just cringy and not worth your time.

A perfect 1st episode stretched to a cliché .

The rest is just waste of film and time

Reminds me of the new 'A Christmas Carol' (utterly awful), a total and complete unwatchable mess.

First episode was okay, second pretty boring...

Really boring and I had to skip forward a few times.

The first episode is amazing, definitely worth the watch.

(edit one number)Moffat's work seems to ossicilate between quite enjoyable to horrificly bad...

lol:I wanted to like it so much and got so excited when saw trailer but just boring.

But it does feel slightly drawn out for 4 and half hours.

Very entertaining, great performances .

The disjointed story telling from Jonathan about his escape from the castle was very well carried out without giving away too much information in one go.

I genuinely wanted to love it and I hope it can be saved, but for now, it´s a waste of time.

Don't waste your time!!

Very entertaining .

I was bored by Episode 2 and totally disengaged by Episode 3.

Very nicely shot with an obvious high budget but unfortunately in my opinion a complete waste of time and effort on the part of the BBC and the 'creators' and a waste of license payers money.

Diversity cast probably checked all the boxes in terms of representation, but made this show unwatchable.

Boring and disappointing .

Diversity cast probably checked all the boxes in terms of representation, but made this show unwatchable.

Over the course I enjoyed it.

This hasn't stopped him being given control over several iconic British literary properties, all of which he has arguably run into the ground with his hand-wavy, disjointed style of writing series arcs and ignoring large plot holes.

Becoming to much of the times made the count boring, robbing him of his essence.

The abrupt ending Is actually quite annoying instead of being suspenseful.

I'm a huge fan of Gatiss and his style of writing but this was awesomely dull and lacklustre.

Worth watching.....

all round an awesome and thoroughly enjoyable show.

This is not a spoiler, even if you've read the books I would say that would be pleasantly satisfied at the homage to the original storyline, and also be pinned to your screen till the end because of the unpredictable turn of events.

Settings and costumes were impeccable coupled with conversations that kept me on the edge of my seat.

Moffat's boundless self-indulgence continues to ruin promising shows.

Not a shred of development, bland personalities.

Such a waste of time.

Oh my god, what a tedious waste of time.

Thoroughlly enjoyable and I can't wait for episode 2.

I was looking fwd to it and was very disappointed, bored and surprised that the bbc have got it so wrong again (war of the worlds- this is worse tho).

If you here for horror and a gripping plot then this is it !!!!

The reasons it failed are far too numerous to account however lack of continuity lack of substance in storytelling the attempt of humour this production neither fell into the compelling horror or the superficial comedy there were so many faults that the memory is of an easy forgetful attempt and a large black strike again for the BBC whom are fast becoming a channel I would choose not to have on my tv if that option ever came available thus saving me an extortionate liscence fee that I am obliged to pay regardless wether I view the channel!

A thrilling drama I thoroughly recommend!

What a waste of time .

It pretends to be philosophic but it's outrageously empty, like those people who use loads of fancy words to cover up the fact they have nothing to say.

Literally every time there is some standoff between a group of characters (usually involving Van Helsing) and Dracula, the show will always have one of the characters make the most inane, pointless decision that completely tips the balance in the favor of Dracula.

Absolutely worth the watch.

It's probably the most pretentious version of the story I've ever seen.

I have seen lots of movies and series about vampires, but this one was absolutely fantastic and I really enjoyed it, Despite the fact that no one likes the last episode, it was okay Just enjoy the series.


Episode 2 was unique and the setting was completely unexpected, and very enjoyable to watch and warrants a solid 7.5.Sadly episode 3 is just disappointment.

It was genuinely interesting and thrilling, acting was top notch.

It is not good, nothing in here, it is bad, and believe me staring at the empty wall worth more the precious time of my life then watching this.

I was calling out the next thing left and right it was so predictable

However in the odd sequence by the convent, Dracula appears naked from a wolf and has a weird conversation with the nuns and at this point I started to get bored.

A real snore bore, with writers just being pretentious.

The first half of the first episode bore some similarities, the second half veers significantly.

Halfway through i started to skip bits because it was so dull.

From there the show was shallow, predictable, had very little character depth or development, and seemed like a collection of tired "hurr hurr young adults are vain and entitled" cliches that absolutely didn't stick.

The atmosphere was comprehensive as was the gore it was really quite gripping before it descended into the ridiculous.

Well any adaptation is better than the boring book.


Let's hope there won't be season 2 of this series because it's a waste of time for the actors and viewers (and our netflix subscription).

How to waste hours of your life?

He's supposed to be suave and urbane but I found him boring and lifeless - one of the screen's all-time worst Draculas.

It is the first time I've seen Dracula portrayed as someone who was bored and saw people as so beneath him that he passed the time by mistreating them.

The story so far is enjoyable and pretty gruesome in some scenes, nice one BBC keep these kinda shows coming, and I'll keep watching.

Starts to turn confusing and hokey.

Long have I waited for a Dracula story to pull me in and hold me with intense writing and delishish eye catching cinematography!

The way the story unfolds was surprising and gratifying, I enjoyed it a lot.

The "as needed" plot devices and purposely confusing narratives brought down what might have been an interesting take on this classic.

Watching it on the i player so you can fast forward through the boring parts.

" Regardless, Harker is kept in the castle by an ultimately pointless subplot of him trying to save a prisoner of Dracula, and he bests the Count by solving some vague riddle about true love.

Biggest waste of 4 1/2 hours of my life.

Positive aspects - mandatory to write I guess - is the acting of Bang and Wells, despite their uninteresting roles, and the visuals; the settings are nicely done and nice to watch.

Episode 2 was 90 minutes onnthe ship and 90 minutes to drag out.

Dragged on too long and this Dracula just got more and more ridiculous.

It was slower than previous episodes - in other words, it matched the pace of the book - so I understand why it wouldn't be for everyone.

The 2nd episode started well but went a bit camp in the acting and by the time we get to the 3rd episode it's a snooze fest.

It's annoying, it's boring, it's unwarranted, it's forced.

Not only is the last episode a butchering of the story AND the characters, it is somehow boring.

It made it fresh and interesting and it is enjoyable not knowing what happens next.

It is also kind of tiresome to have all this snowflake-millenials-politically correct characters.

Aside from that it was very predictable as far as a certain someone being you know who.

Amazing and unexpected twists .

Too bad it was so poorly done and confusing.

The second episode dragged so badly I was bored.

Still enjoyable for the most part as Claes is a blast.

First episode intriguing.

You're better off watching paint dry.

Even the introduction of Renfield who was kind of funny felt pointless.

The blend of the original Stoker story and various Dracula film tropes made the first two episodes highly enjoyable.

The introduction to the count and out initial character was engaging and the dynamic of The lawyer accounting his experience to the Nun was particularly enjoyable.

I'll give it 6 out of 10 and call it worth watching.

Dark comedy more than horror but really enjoyable .

All the episodes are well structured and the narrative is gripping, the surprise factor is the character of Sister Agatha Van Helsing who is a nun with a troubled relationship with God.

Was looking forward to this, first episode was enjoyable and promised a lot, even though a bit slow, was expecting the next two episodes to spring to life.

Like Dracula, did I also fall asleep watching this.

The scene of her taunting the count went on far too long, and was pretty groan worthy, and not for the full moon of Dracula.

All this considered, episode 1 and 2 are really worth watching.

Hours and hours of very slow and boring viewing.

I thoroughly enjoyed it all.

This was different, dark, scary but humorous and I would highly recommend it based on the first episode.

it is entertaining, keep you wanting to know more, and see how the story develops.. so for me it's a very good show.

Horrifyingly bland and incomprehensible .

All in all definitely worth watching and I wish there was more than the three episodes - i don't think I could get enough of this and I'm 100% going to watch it again.

The first two episodes were very entertaining with great cinematography, storytelling and thrills.

Horrific plot twist for the 3rd installment that left the whole plot woth enormous flaws that rendered it totally unwatchable.

The first two episodes were very entertaining with great cinematography, storytelling and thrills.

1st episode was somewhat intriguing...

It gets worse every episode and is just a waste of time.