No one gets thirsty like Count Dracula. The popular character was introduced in 1897 by Bram Stoker, making his first onscreen appearance in the Hungarian silent film The Death of Dracula in 1921. Nowadays, we primarily associated the character with Max Schreck in 1922, Bela Legosi in 1931, Christopher Lee in 1958, and Gary Oldman in 1992. And of course we can’t forget Adam Sandler and his iconic “blah blah blah” in 2012. Now Nicolas Cage takes on the role in Renfield, and it prompted us to look back at the many adaptations of Bram Stoker’s classic.
What do you think is the best Dracula-themed movie?