Dracula: The Dark Prince

Synopsis: In his search for the Lightbringer, Dracula crosses paths with a beautiful crusader named Alina who bears a remarkable resemblance to his murdered bride. One look at her and Dracula is immediately smitten. Could Alina be the reincarnation of his long-dead love? Dracula has Alina kidnapped and brought to his castle where the Beast must now try to win his Beauty's heart.
Genre: Action, Fantasy
Director(s): Pearry Reginald Teo
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
100 min

The year 1453.

From the lands of


a mighty force of Ottoman

Turks sweep across Romania,

threatening the very

heart of Christendom.

From the ashes of destruction

arose a young Romanian prince,

a knight of the secret

Order of the Dragon.

A direct descendant

of Abel himself,

the prince was charged to vanquish

the Turks from his homeland.

Before leaving for battle,

he appointed his one true

love to rule in his place

until he returned.

He ordered his four best knights

to guard her with their lives.

Protect her.

Some say he fought

with the power of God.

Others say the blood

of the dragon.

Those who dared

whisper his name

would feel the fear

in their tongues.


Far from the bloody


another war was being

fought at home.

Taking advantage of

their master's absence,

Dracula's own advisors plotted

to overthrow the throne.

Unhappy with the

prince's visionary ways,

the traitors dared not

challenge Dracula directly.

They found his gentle bride

to be a much easier target.

The battle was over,

but the war had just begun.

My love.

I am victorious.




What did they do to you?

It was an ambush

your Highness.


We all tried to defend her.

Now you can join her.

I have killed for God,

this I swear:

the hands that fought for him

will now be turned against him.

I renounce him

and all who live

under his name.

I renounce him

and all who live

under his name.

I have blessed myself,

baptized in blood.

Eternal life

begins after death.

Ours begins now.

Your Highness.

I heard fighting.

I thought it was the Turks.

I have killed for God,

this I swear:

the hands that fought for him

will now be turned against him.

Some legends

say Dracula was cursed

with immortality as punishment

for his defiance,

to live with his tortured soul

for eternity.

The carriage is too slow,

we must leave it.

Keepers, gather around.

Alina, you take Esme

and go on ahead to

the rendezvous point.

We'll try to meet up

with you there.

We will stay and fight.

You're light

and have the fastest horses.

Find Leonardo,

he'll know what to do.

Come with us.

I'll stay here

with the other knights.

We'll hold them off

as long as we can.

Now go!

We should move into the forest.

We can lose them there.

We need to stay on the road

if we're going to find Leonardo.

But we'll never make it to him

if the creatures find us first.

Come on.

This way.

Steady now.


Come on, Esme.


Leonardo should have

been here by now.

This is it.

Where is he?

Something's not right.

I don't like the

looks of this place.

What is that?


You okay?


Talk to me.

Where is your God now,


Wrath, this man

was one of the Keepers.

The Lightbringer isn't here.

Find it.

The Lightbringer

couldn't get far.

Spread out.

Take the prisoners

back to the castle.

The rest of you, follow me.


What is that?

You're going to be okay.

Can you sit up?


Get up.

Get up.

Come on.

Come, come, come.

Who have we got here?

Looks like somebody

lost a pair of wenches.

- Feisty ones at that.

- You're not the undead.

- And you're not knights.

- You're just common thieves.

I'd prefer to think of us

as extremely charming

and witty thieves.

Hmm. I see there's nothing

common about you, either.


Allow me to introduce myself.

I am the great Lucien Merel.

Really, what's so

great about you?

Some would say my excruciatingly

handsome good looks.

Are those people blind

or just drunk?


Look, darling,

we want what's in that box.

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