The Vampire Princess (2007) DVDRip XviD-DMZ
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Bram Stoker’s Dracula is, without a doubt, one of the most influential works of horror literature in the genre’s lifetime. It is a powerful story, well before its time, and being so controversial for its age of origin there has been a lot of discussion on the inspirations Stoker took in concocting this tale. Vampire Princess seeks to explain the source of Stoker’s inspiration in the form of Eleonore von Schwarzenberg, a Czechoslovakian princess from the late 18th century.
The film starts with the uncovering of three skeletal remains near the castle of the late princess; bodies which had undergone posthumous mutilation. The film’s narration supposes strongly that these bodies had so endured this insult as part of local village superstition. By so beheading and otherwise brutalizing the corpses, the bodies would be so rendered incapable of rising back from the dead to suck out the villager’s juices in the middle of the night.
The documentary continues into the life of Eleonore, and she is certainly a bit of an odd duck. She favors wolves’ milk as a drink, and also dabbles a bit with herbalism and other arcane studies to the extent that those around her question her sanity. Her death also had its own idiosyncrasies, and with much great miles of guesswork one could assume this is because the local people thought she was a vampire.
This is a straight faced documentary, filled with live action reenactments of Eleonore and her behaviors, all narrated with intriguing and alluding supposition which drags you, kicking and screaming if you insist, towards the film’s desired goal of making you believe that Bram Stoker wrote Dracula after being inspired by Eleonore’s story.
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