It was made with the same stylish filming method as its predecessor "Dracula." But the latter was a far, far better movie.
Who can forget the end of Dracula, with the dramatic leap upon the curtains of the castle to reveal the bright morning sunlight which causes Count Dracula so much pain? And the dramatic presentation of the cross. It was an awe-inspiring scene. If I wanted to become a movie director I could have based all my movie-making ambitions off that one scene alone.
Not so much with "Brides of Dracula," however. Dracula's end (who cares about spoilers with a 55 year old movie?) came when he fell into some water.
Reminder (for others):
Your = belonging to you, you're = you are, they're = they are, their = belonging to them, there = not here.
I finally caught the series finale of Quantum Leap last night and I enjoyed it immensely. I know many fans of the series hated the final episode because we learn that Sam never returns home, but it did wrap things up quite nicely (Sam saving Al's marriage.).
If bees did go extinct, we could always hire people to dress up as bees and pollinate flowers with tiny feather dusters. Sure it'd be more expensive, but there are also millions of idle teens.