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2004, Universal
Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Richard Roxburgh
Stephen Sommers
May 7, 2004

About the Movie

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Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman), the legendary vampire slayer from the pages of Bram Stoker's Dracula, is re-imagined in this action horror epic. Part of a secret society charged with wiping out evil in the world, Van Helsing travels to Transylvania to take on Count Dracula, the Wolf Man, and the monstrous creation of Dr. Frankenstein. He is aided in his efforts by sexy sidekick Anna Valerious (Kate Beckinsale), who has her own personal agenda against the denizens of the underworld.

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Random Notes
Commentary by Andrew Manning

Fresh off her performance as leather-clad vampiric vixen Selene in Underworld, Kate Beckinsale switches sides to play corset-bound vampire vanquisher Anna in Van Helsing.

Although they were easy to come by in the early days of cinema, flicks that feature two or three classic monsters (Dracula, the Wolf Man, and Frankenstein) haven't been very common in recent times.

How cool are the vampires in this movie? It's nice to see speedy, demonic looking bloodsuckers instead of more wussified rejects who look like they strolled off the set of a Buffy episode.

Van Helsing is written and directed by Stephen Sommers, the dude behind Deep Rising and The Mummy trilogy.

I hope I'm totally wrong about this, but clips from the movie suggest that the acting might be...well, let's just say "not good."

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