Dracula: Dead and Loving It

Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)

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Corrected entry: At the end of the movie as Dracula is about to bite Mina, Prof. Van Helsing rips a hole in the nearby window, letting light through, before pulling a nearby chain to open the blinds on the window. Then it shifts to Dracula, and when it comes back to Van Helsing, the blinds are shut. When Dracula turns into a bat and flies to the rafter, the blinds are open again.

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Correction: Actually Prof. Van Helsing is standing in front of a boarded up window. The blinds are on a window higher up. You can see this by the angle of the burn lines on Dracula, and you see Dracula looking upward toward the blinds.

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