My apologies, everyone, for the delay in the update. I was able to watch Dracula (1931) this morning, but shortly thereafter my day started getting busy. The rest of the day turned out to be a little more hectic that I was expecting it to be, and this is the first chance that I have had to be online. So, I'm pretty tired right now. And if I tried to write an actual review, it would probably come out something along the lines of "marhanfhgvb....Dracula...Lego-see...good....Dracooooola....Dra-cool, yo....bbahabnamfd."
I will try to post a full review tomorrow when I have gotten some sleep and am actually able to put together a coherent review. Hopefully tomorrow won't be as hectic, and I'll actually be able to post the full review, as well as the review for tomorrow's movie. But, so I will be able to say that I've held true to posting a daily review, here's a very brief review. Dracula (1931) is a classic, and Bela Lugosi helps to set the precedent for Dracula being a refined and cultured monster. The plot was a bit more developed, and there was better production quality, in Dracula than in Nosferatu. But to me, Schreck's portrayal of Orlock is way creepier than Lugosi's portrayal of Dracula. It's a classic, so of course it's going to be a "must see," but more so for historical value than for any sort of scare factor. Can't decide if I would give it a 3/5, or a 3.5/5.
Ok, that's all I've got for tonight. Hopefully I'll be able to get an actual full review posted tomorrow. But if tomorrow turns out to be just as busy as today, I might have to settle for doing brief, mini-reviews the day of the movie...and then posting the full reviews as soon as I have the time to actually get them done.