Directed by: Jeff Burr
It's fascinating how they were able to find not only one, but two actors who were able to deliver the dialogue just as badly as it was written. I can't help but think this movie would be actually good if they had cast people that weren't actively trying to win the worst actor ever award. The score was pretty cool. That is, until the ending when it goes completely bat-shit, which isn't a bad thing, but the first 70 minutes or so may have been legitimately good with some rewrites and actual actors, while the ending is completely out of place for an attempt at a serious film. This has turned into a total ramble, I'm not even sure how I feel about this movie.
Directed by: John Erick Dowdle
It wasn't even bad. I have to note the particularly natural dialogue, and I suppose some good work from the actors to make it seem so natural. Well made pretty much all around.
Directed by: Paul Morrissey
Very cool, unique portrayal of Dracula. Some over the top acting from the titular character, and the worst acting I've ever seen from pretty much everyone else. I was actually under the impression that none of the actors spoke English and were just told what to say. I'm still not sure if that's true or not. Intentional or not, it certainly adds to the aesthetic. This is some wacky shit.