Dracula Untold Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Luke Evans, Dominic Cooper Movie HD

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Subscribe to TRAILERS: />Subscribe to COMING SOON: />Like us on FACEBOOK: />Follow us on TWITTER: />Dracula Untold Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Luke Evans, Dominic Cooper Movie HD Luke Evans (Fast & Furious 6, Immortals) stars in Dracula Untold, the origin story of the man who became Dracula. Gary Shore directs and Michael De Luca produces the epic action-adventure that co-stars Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper, and Diarmaid Murtagh. Visit the official Website: />Facebook: />Twitter: />Google+: />YouTube: />Tumblr: /> The Movieclips Trailers channel is your destination for the hottest new trailers the second they drop. Whether it's the latest studio release, an indie horror flick, an evocative documentary, or that new RomCom you've been waiting for, the Movieclips team is here day and night to make sure all the best new movie trailers are here for you the moment they're released. In addition to being the #1 Movie Trailers Channel on YouTube, we deliver amazing and engaging original videos each week. Watch our exclusive Ultimate Trailers, Showdowns, Instant Trailer Reviews, Monthly MashUps, Movie News, and so much more to keep you in the know. Here at Movieclips, we love movies as much as you!



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JAYLEW
LOVED THIS MOVIE. I would watch this movie over and over
Courtney Johnson
I love this movie !!! 😄
Joshalots
Some people can't grasp the concept of the word "Untold". There is a reason it's in the title. 
SHN Survival Horror Network
Movie = fiction. and turks hold your horses you did not kill vlad. he was killed by one of his men in Hoica Baciu forest get your facts straight. maybe his head was brought to istanbul maybe not. can you timetravel to 1474? i sure can not. most here still think bran castle was his and that his burial was at snagov.. wrong both times.
Whyt Manga
tywin lannister? hmm
Srbija Srbima
Vlad was a hero, respect from Serbia to Romanian brothers!
LordLebu
Still a better love story than...
John Meda
Plot twist: the cave dweller would later become Vladimir Putin. :D
flavione84
read some Romanian history before talking shit about Vlad Tepes. You can't consider him a hero, but for his nation, at that time, was the right person at the right time. He came to power in a country that was ill of coruption, thievery and under the influence of the Otoma Empire. The romanian nobles would often betray their leaders and so Vlad used violent means to make an example. He cut the hands of thieves, so that you could leave a golden cup near a fountain for drinking water and noone would dare steal it. Since the Otoman Empire would demand tribute in gold, resources and human beings it's no wonder that Vlad used those brutal methods to inflict fear into the Otoman Empire. Its thanks to leaders like Vlad tepes, Stefan the Great, Mihai the Brave, that the otomans stoped at the eastern Europe frontiers.
BomBamBum
Ok europeans don't worry... in the second movie, vlad dracula will conquer Istanbul back :D  Puhahahahahaha :D Zuhahahahahhaha :D :D 
John Edward
Damn these gipsy turks are so angry :))) Vlat Tepes for the win !
Thunder Goku
It's really stupid how people think this a propaganda movie. This a FICTIONALISED version of Vlad the Impaler being mixed in with Bram Stoker's Dracula.
ANIL KORKMAZ
Turks put Dracula's head on very very large stick, they impaled his head and put it at gates of Constantinople where it stood for about 2 months to say '' If you want to be like this man, wage war against us ''
The Real Deal Horses
Watched Dracula Untold!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Where to start with that movie?!!!!!!!!!!!! Ten reasons to go see it. 1: Luke Evans is hot 2: I had forgotten all about Twilight, Dracula would make the twilight vampires become his servants. hehe 3: It is seductive to watch and to see what happens throughout the movie 4: Great story line in the movie 5: The work of the Lord always has a purpose and this movie makes a very good point of it. 6: Awesome and amazing digital effects in the movie 7: It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. 8: It is a movie worth watching over and over again. 9: Luke Evans has delivered his best performance in this movie. (bonus- Luke Evans is HOT!!!!!!!!!!!) 10: And the quote for the movie is amazing - ('Sometimes the world does not need another hero, sometimes what it needs is a monster.') We always hear the hero story but very rarely the monster's side. I saw this movie with some of my friends and it was a blast to hang out with them and enjoy a movie. I recommend it to anyone that is of age. Go see it while you can. DRACULA UNTOLD RULES OVER ALL VAMPIRE MOVIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Legend of Dracula begins!
A.C.Godric Voisard
Vlad impaled hundreds of thousands of ottomans (actually made a "forest" of the impaled), first Romanian ruler who actually stood up against the ottomans, defeated them to humiliation. His wife THREW herself off the walls of the castle (she did not fall), ultimately, he was murdered by his own people. His brother, Radu, continued to rule, but he was an absolute embarrassment next to Vlad, who is still regarded by the Romanians as the greatest hero ever. During Vlad's reign, there was zero crime and zero corruption. And yes, he did drink human blood. He used to dip his bread into the blood of the impaled in front of the ottoman messengers, so that they go back to tell what they saw.
Xavier Muerte
I am turkish and loved this movie props to the actors who learned turkish sentences.
Ulaş Aldağ
So basically europe needed a Vampire to stop the ottomans. That's what I call OP
Berk Özdemir
Our Leaders: Mete Han Attila Cengiz Han Hülagü Han Timur Fatih Sultan Mehmet Yavuz Sultan Selim Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Mustafa Kemal Atatürk Your Leaders: 3.Vlad ahahahahhaahahahahahahaha
haziq izzuddin
Thus movie should be title batman untold
davazno1
why are turks even looking at this movie anyway ?!?!
Rustem Abdullayev
Abi yaaa 1453 yeter size :D
Gabriel Berger
The 1511 dislikes only come from angry Turks.,long live Vlad.
Cesar Perez
Castelvania: Lords of Shadow the movie!
Idham Alwi
Hey guys let me tell you to the point.. Mehmed The Conqueror was KILLED by Vlad Dracula impaler in this movie.., and that is the GREATEST biggest super mega ultra lie in the world of cinema since the fcuking hollywood dominate the film industry for 100 years..., after the 2012 movie of course :v
Reggie Kray
The story is accurate. Turks couldn´t turn Romania into Islam like they did with Albania, Macedonia, Bosnia and huge parts of Bulgaria. Romania was basically the only christian nation that hold christian spirit to live. The black church in Brasov was burned down by the ottomans, yet they couldn´t destroy it. The monasteries in Moldova was always threatened by the turks but great names like Constantin Brancoveanu, Stephan the Great, Dimitrie Cantermir and obviously our greatest hero of them all. Vlad Tepes. protected Romania and it´s christian spirit to end of beginnings.
Cavit Halil Parlak
This movie raped historical accuracy.
Ed-died
Ahh, I remember seeing this back in 2014. Good times...
Ajestic
Looking at these comments.. Let's get one thing straight once and for all. IRL Vlad the impaler was NO HERO! This is a MOVIE and NOT historically correct, So please stop confusing fiction with reality, fking dumbasses.. James Bond didn't exist either, nor Captain America.. Just had to point it out, you guys buy everything it seems.
alex4ucj
For whinny Turks: Historical facts The Night Attack of Târgovişte June 17, 1462. Vlad the Impaler with 30,000 Romanians, defeated 90,000 Turks, Mehmed II was almost assassinated. Mehmed decided to besiege the capital, but instead found it deserted with its gates wide open. The Turkish army entered the capital and for half an hour, the army marched on the road that was bordered by some 20,000 impaled Turks, Mehmed never returned to Wallachia after that.  Vlad was captured only after a decade, in his Third Reign when he found Wallachia in civil-war, he lost also his touch in warfare after he spend a lot of time imprisoned in the Corvin Castle. The truth is, that Vlad the Impaler was a HERO as well as the Defenders of Constantinople.
Tainted Guy
This movie show the real story...(Vampire's are real and they still live among us just like Dracula,as someone told me :Real acts turn to stories then they turn into myth's and myth's turn into legends)poople just cant create a story without real acts.
Kc Joyce
i really really enjoyed this movie!!! i wasn't expecting anything  but i was pleasantly surprised!!!
I can’t believe It’s not butter!
AMAZING!!!!
Aldea Alexandru
history timeline 1)Battle of Constantinople 1453;2)Battle of Belgrade 1456 -defeat of Mehmed II 3)Night attack (Vlad III Dracula)-war with Mehmed II 4)battle of High Bridge (Podul Inalt)-1475 and Valea Alba (1476)-finally Mehmed lost So why is Mehmed II so much praised?For the conquest of Constantinople? But Byzantine Empire was a dying man long before.
Shawn King
So um... When does Blade come in?
BillyBobBue
Reality is that Dracula's head was chopped with the help of his own Muslim brother and presented to Ottoman Caliph!
Null Factor
An other Zionist propaganda movie , 300 vs Persian , Now one Dracula  vs  Turks ottoman, In fact the both Persian and Ottoman were the most greatest empires in human history, Ruled 1000 years with Knowledge, Wisdom, Art ,Culture, Hollywood is trying to create misconception with cheap movies. These empires were not like European  Pirates, Robber and stealing the others resources 
Orhan Yangın
1453 1453 1453
Hamilcar Barca
LOL negative votes where from Istanbul...
I can’t believe It’s not butter!
I LUV IT
Maurice McDonald
Wow. This looks so stupid. Vampires, apparently, are heroes, and we like vampires if they kill for us...
5BrosProduction
The Real Untold Story of How the Muslims killed the Dracula   “He who controls the present controls the past.” [1] Many will be aware of the new Hollywood film which has been recently released entitled: ‘Dracula Untold’. It might not be well known that, supernatural powers aside, the tale of Dracula is actually based on a real person. Unfortunately however, this film is such a fictitious remake that it speaks volumes about the rise of Islamophobia as well as it does about the West’s attempts to seek to rewrite history by glamorising mass murders whilst peddling the fear of the ‘Muslim invaders’. What follows is a summarised account of the real, well-known history of Dracula. Vlad Dracula was a three-time Voivode of Wallachia (modern day Romania), ruling mainly from 1456 to 1462, the period of the emergent Uthmani Khilafah, the Ottoman Caliphate, and its conquest of the Balkans. His father, Vlad II Dracul, was a member of the Order of the Dragon, which was founded to protect Christianity in Eastern Europe and was fashioned after the military orders of the Crusades requiring initiates to defend the Cross and fight the so-called “enemies of Christianity”, in particular the Muslim Ottoman Caliphate. Childhood There was a time, when much of what is modern Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus, the Balkans, the Crimea and almost all of southern Russia was ruled by Muslims. This was once part of the Muslim heartland of Islām, the Ottomon Empire and produced many great leaders and scholars. Today of course, the only majority Muslim community found in mainland Europe is in Bosnia, Kosovo and al-Baniya, Albania. The Christian communities in Hungary and Wallachia wanted to fight against the Ottomans, however they were very weak and there was much disunity amongst them. In 1436, Vlad II Dracul ascended to the throne in Wallacia only to be dethroned by those loyal to the King in Hungary, János Hunyadi. Vlad II sought the help of the Ottoman Muslims who in turn sought payment of the Jiz’yah, a tax which non-Muslims pay to a Muslim ruler in return for their protection from outside nations. As part of this deal, Sultan Murad II asked that Vlad II send two of his four sons to Istanbul to be educated. Vlad II agreed and so he sent his two sons and he in turn was ascended to the throne again in Wallachia by the Ottomans. The two sons who travelled back with the Muslims to Edirne were Vlad Dracula and his younger brother, Radu. Vlad is the one who we have now come to know as Dracula because the word Dracula means ‘son of Dracul’ which was the name of his father. The word ‘Dracula’ has of course since taken on a different meaning, being synonymous with a devilish evil, and we will see why this is. Whilst under the tutelage of the Ottoman Muslims, the boys were provided with education including that of Islamic texts. Radu became Muslim and was a close friend with the young boy of the Sultan Murad II, Muḥammad (Mehmet II). Vlad however was rebellious and is recorded to have developed a well-known hatred for Muslims even though he too studied the Qur’ān, spoke Arabic, Persian, Turkish and of course Wallachian (Romanian). In 1447 the King of Hungary attacked Wallachia and killed Vlad Dracula and Radu’s father and brothers. Given that Vlad’s father had paid the Jiz’yah, the Muslims defended them against the Hungarians and they installed Vlad Dracula in power. In the meantime, Radu at the age of 22 became a leading Mujāhid (one who strives in the path of Allāh) within the Ottoman court and commanded the Janissaries (the foreign contingent of the army). He was sent by his good friend Muḥammad, who by this stage had become the Sultan at the age of 19, to subdue various rebellions such as that in Anatolia. Perhaps more importantly, he participated alongside Sultan Muḥammad in the Ottomon siege which eventually led to the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Constantinople was the capital city for the Roman Byzantine Empire. Napoleon was quoted as once saying, “If the Earth were a single state, Constantinople would be its capital” [2]. As for Sultan Muḥammad, he was from here on forever to be known as Muḥammad Fātiḥ (Muḥammad the Conqueror), and his new city was from here on forever to be referred to as Islambul, meaning the “City of Islām”. It should be noted that it was only during the secularisation process of Ataturk where it took on the name of ‘Istanbul’ which has no relevant meaning. Incidentally, there are coins in the British Museum from 1730 where the name of the city, Islambul is clearly imprinted [3]. By conquering Constantinople, Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ had also fulfilled the blessed words of the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) who said concerning this event: “Verily, Constantinople shall be conquered. Its commander shall be the best commander ever, and his army shall be the best army ever.” [4] Crusades With the fall of Constantinople, Pope Pius II called for crusade in 1459 against the Ottoman Muslims, at the Congress of Mantua. In this crusade, the main role was to be played by Matthias Corvinus, son of János Hunyadi, the King of Hungary. To this effect, Matthias Corvinus received from the Pope 40,000 golden coins, an amount that was thought to be enough to gather an army of 12,000 men and purchase 10 warships. In this context, Vlad Dracula allied himself with Matthias Corvinus, whose family it should be remembered killed his family, with the hope of keeping the Ottomans out of the country. The Declaration of War Later that year, Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ sent emissaries to Vlad in Wallachia to urge him to pay a delayed jiz’yah which Vlad Dracula had put off paying. Unknown to the Ottomans, Vlad Dracula had already allied himself with the Hungarians and joined the Pope’s call for a Crusade against them. Vlad Dracula met with the emissaries and said to them, “If you want to step inside of my port, you have to take off your turban and bow.” The Muslims responded that they would not remove their turban and “we only bow to Allāh”. So Vlad once again demanded, “Take it off” and again they refused. Vlad Dracula then told someone to come with some very big nails and hammers and he said, “If they refuse to remove it for me then they will never remove it again.” And he commanded that their turbans be nailed into their heads. Of course, this resulted in them being killed – this act was a declaration of war against the Muslims which Vlad Dracula had been spoiling for. Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ sent the Bey of Nicopolis, Hamza Pasha to eliminate Vlad Dracula. Vlad Dracula however planned an ambush. Hamza Pasha, the Bey of Nicopolis, brought with him 10,000 cavalry and when passing through a narrow pass north of Giurgiu, Vlad Dracula launched a surprise attack. The Christians had the Muslims surrounded and defeated and almost all of them were caught and impaled, with Hamza Pasha impaled on the highest stake to show his rank. Impalement was Vlad Dracula’s preferred method of torture and execution and it was this which makes him stand out in being remembered as absolutely evil and barbaric. Impalement is the penetration of an organism by an object such as a stake, pole, spear or hook, by complete (or partial) perforation of the body, often the central body mass. What they would do is get a very long stick, make sharp one end and insert it through a person’s back passage, driving it through their body until it came out of their mouth. Often, the victims would be alive and this is how they would be killed. Then they would put this stick into the ground and impale others, putting them next to each other. Massacres In the winter of 1462, Vlad Dracula crossed the Danube and devastated the entire Bulgarian land in the area between Serbia and the Black Sea. Disguising himself as Turkish, utilising the fluent Turkish he had learned whilst under the care of the Muslims, he infiltrated and destroyed Ottoman camps. In a letter to Corvinus of Hungary, he wrote: “I have killed peasant men and women, old and young… We killed 23,884 Turks (Muslims) without counting those whom we burned in homes or the Turks whose heads were cut by our soldiers… Thus, your highness, you must know that I have completely broken any peace with him (Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ).” Vlad Dracula’s attack was celebrated by the then western Christendom; the Saxon cities of Transylvania, the Italian states and the Pope. A Venetian envoy, upon hearing about the news at the court of Corvinus, expressed great joy and said that the whole of Christianity should celebrate Vlad’s successful campaign. The Genoese from Caffa also thanked him. In response to this, Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ raised an army of around 60,000 troops and 30,000 irregulars, and in spring of 1462 headed towards Wallachia. This army was under the Sultan’s commandership and in its ranks was his friend and brave Mujāhid, Radu. Vlad Dracula was unable to stop the Ottomans from crossing the Danube on June 4, 1462 and on entering Wallachia, they found that on one of the very long roads leading to the capital of this area were 20,000 Muslims impaled along the sides of these roads. Imagine this, we suffer today no doubt but incidents of such brute are very rare indeed. You can imagine how Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ felt to see even one Muslim killed which was too much to bare, but to mutilate their bodies after this was something, which was beyond acceptable. Vlad Dracula constantly organised small attacks and ambushes on the Muslims and adopted what we would call today ‘Guerrilla warfare’. Pausing for a moment and thinking of the current state of the Muslim world, it is clear that it is now the Muslims who usually adopt guerrilla tactics in view of their weakness and inferior military might whereas Muslims were in the time of Muḥammad Fātiḥ, the superpower of the day. The End Game After some time, Radu, who remained faithful to Islām and the Sultan and spent his entire life on the frontlines of Jihād and battle in protection of the frontiers of the Ottoman Empire, was charged with the responsibility of pursuing his brother and thus showing the world that in Islām, brotherhood in faith is given priority over blood relations where they have an enmity towards the faith. Vlad Dracula was running out of funds and returned to Hungary to seek help from Corvinus, who instead of helping Vlad Dracula, imprisoned him as he was seen as a liability even for the Christians. In his absence, Radu defeated the remnants of Vlad Dracula’s army and became the ruler in Wallachia and he ruled from 1463-1473 when he died at the age of 40. Meanwhile, Vlad Dracula was released from prison and he returned to Wallachia once again and retook power in 1476 with Hungarian support. He immediately assembled an army and invaded Bosnia, slaughtering its Muslim population and impaling 8,000 on stakes in a forest of human bodies. Vlad Dracula had arisen from the darkness with the objective of eliminating Islām from the Balkans once and for all and installing Christianity. Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ invaded Wallachia and faced the forces of Vlad in Bucharest, Romania. Vlad’s army was overrun in a blitz and all were killed, including Vlad himself. His head was removed from his body and was taken back to Istanbul. They impaled his head and put it at the gates of Islambul where it stood for about 2 – 3 months to send a clear message to others. “If you want to be like this man, then dare wage war against us.” Points to note This was the demise of Dracula and again as Muslims, most of us will not even know about this. How many people even know that Dracula was a real man? It is very important that we do not allow distractions such as this new film’s fictitious rewriting of history to shape our understanding of what really happened. The film is truly shocking in its attempt to rewrite history, in portraying a man who was truly barbaric and brute in nature, as a brave man and a hero. They seek to show that his war with the Muslims started because he was seeking to protect his children, which of course is far from the truth; this was a man who did not care about family. What is more insulting and offensive is that by portraying Vlad as a hero, they are portraying his enemies, the Muslims as being barbaric and thereby also insulting the great man whom the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) had spoken about, Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ. Many Muslims had tried before Muḥammad Fātiḥ to be the best commander ever as prophesied in the Hadith by attempting to conquer Constantinople for over eight hundred years, making ten attempts. Among them were some of the greatest men whose names shine as bright stars including ‘Uthman b. ‘Affan (radiyAllāhu‘anhu), Mu’awiyah b. Abū Sufyān (radiyAllāhu‘anhu), Abū Ayyūb al-Ansari (radiyAllāhu‘anhu) who was martyred and buried there, Sulaymān b. ʿAbd al-Mālik, Harun al-Rashīd, and many Muslim commanders from the age of the Umayyad Caliphate, ‘Abbasid Caliphate and also the ‘Uthmāni Caliphate. This was a man whom when asked about his capabilities and how he managed the conquest, replied: “I have two traits: 1) a heart as hard as a rock that does not rest until I achieve what I want; (2) an eye that cries out of fear of Allāh jalla wa’ala. So how could I not achieve victory?” It was to defend his honour, raḥimahu Allāhu (may Allāh’s mercy be upon him), and that of the Muslims who were martyred at the hands of the Dracula, may Allāh grant them all Jannah (Paradise), that caused me to write this article. Unfortunately, we find certain desperate, lowly movements in the West through the many weapons in their armoury, including the make-believe propaganda tool that is Hollywood, demeaning this noble champion of Islām whilst upholding a bloodthirsty savage who committed many atrocities against humanity and in doing so, they legitimise his crimes and not a word of condemnation will you find being uttered from their lips. It would be inconceivable that a film be made to depict Hitler as a hero but yet the Muslim community is hated so blindly by some in today’s society that not many will even see this issue in that context. As a New Statesman article recently put it: “The vilification of Islām has reached such heights that when the Sultan Muḥammad Fātiḥ is cast opposite history’s bloodiest psycho-tyrant, it’s Dracula who emerges as the tragic hero [5].” What is apparent from the film is that it recreates evil as good and good as evil. It reaffirms the narrative which is prevalent in current times and the strategy deployed against Muslims. Aa famous statement from Malcolm X (raḥimahu Allāhu) comes to mind when he said: “If you are not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” So there you have it. You will often hear the saying that garlic kills a ‘Dracula’ or a silver bullet or a wooden stake through the heart – of course none of these killed Dracula. Indeed it was the Muslims who killed the Dracula. Let this serve as a reminder to the many bloodthirsty Draculas we have in our midst today, that if anyone wants to follow his way, they too will face the same wrath from the Muslims until justice is restored for all of humanity. We are not afraid of one desperate film changing anything, for it is Allāh that determines what legacy is left for each person—it is no coincidence that this Dracula has and always will be remembered as a monstrous, blood-sucking vampire, by people all over the globe. And likewise, Muḥammad Fātiḥ will always be known as the victor.
Eru Guaranì
now we're gonna have, dawn of darkness: batman vs. dracula, monster versus man!!
Yalnız Kovboy
osmanlı'yı kötüleyen orospu film
C. Cole
That's one hell of a trailer right there :) awesomeness
Zalmoxis
Vlad Țepes: One of the few great rulers of Romania that brought fear into his enemies through some unique strategies of battle.  His most definite mark was that he impaled a huge amount of people with no remorse! Despite what most say, HE DID NOT DO THIS FOR PLEASURE! he was impaling only THIEVES, LIERS and invaders of Wallachia, mostly punishing those that opposed the ways of God. There was no jail time or captures. He executed them on sight, impaling them to set an example. Because he was so straight with his executions and filled his entire country with impaled bodies terrifying everyone, people started to think that he is evil. Until to the point the story of Dracula started to emerge. Another reason why he was considered evil was that he impaled even a lot of rich people that tried to betray him. Because of this, those that opposed him tried to make the people hate and fear him by spreading FALSE stories in the hope that his support would diminish and he could be taken down from his throne. Here are the 2 most infamous strategies that he used to defeat the ottoman empire even if he was greatly outnumbered. 1. He and his men chopped off an entire forest and dressed it as soldiers... When the ottoman soldiers arrived, they retreated frightened of the numbers Vlad armies were posing. 2. 'The night attack'. He and a few men dressed as ottomans went into their enemy camp, starting a riot under the reason "Get up and fight, Romanians have dressed as ottomans and are sabotaging our camp!". This way the ottoman forces slaughtered themselves. After battles, all of the fallen bodies were impaled to set an example. Make no mistake, the Ottoman forces could have crushed Romanian forces like bugs. The armies used for their campaign were not to conquer, but to recover the tribute Romanians were supposed to give. This means the numbers of soldiers sent to oppose Vlad was fairly low compared with the entire Ottoman armada! This is a short and very simplified version of the real Dracula history. The legend is nice, but too far from truth. I like that in this movie Vlad is presented as a DEFENDER, ready to sacrifice all that he has for the sake of his family and people. One way or another this is what he actually did, and i hope this movie will resurrect at least the intentions of Vlad.
werewarwolf3366
it feels like im watching a castlevania LOrds of shadow 2 trailer... 
RadicalSc33
Does anyone want to play Skyrim Dawngaurd after you watch the movie?
Elizabeth Bennet
..sometimes, what it needs is a monster I love it that much 😍
gip0zvideo
TYWIN LANNISTER THE DRACULA
KatriaFaeyero
I came for Tywin Lannister😉
allarts14
I'm a romanian and all I can say is that the movie is cool, but it is just a legend, a sf wrote by Bram Stocker, he was inspired by the bloody stories of how Vlad punished his enemies . Although the actor is hot I could have imagined Vlad differently and they could have been some romanian words too cause wtf the action is in Romania. Please read some history. La revedere si nu zic ca nu-mi place de legenda lui Dracula.
gökhan tekin
the biggest FATİH SULTAN MEHMET
Calvin Quest
I dont know why muslims or whatever are so upset about being villains. I dont see germans complaining being bad guys in movies mostly in WW2 movies.
Tywin Lannister
House Lannister approves and seeks an alliance with House Tepes.
Mystery Streamer
If Dracula can't see his reflection in a mirror,how come his hair is always so neatly combed?
IECStang
Lorde made this trailer 100 times better.
NuMaiVremPamant
The stories about the bloodthirsty maniac were invented by the neighboring Saxons of Transylvania who were oppressing Romanians and Vlad used to raid often. They hated him so made up stories. He was an awesome commander - he defeated the 300,000-strong army of the most powerful man in the world at that time, Mohamed the Conqueror (of Constantinople) with a tiny army of 30,000 (some of which were women) - a 10 to 1 ratio. His famous "night attack" is still being taught in military academies around the world. He was indeed merciless to wrong-doers and traitors who allied with the muslims and other enemies, but was good with the honest people. His economy flourished and crime was almost nonexistent - legends say he placed a gold cup on a public fountain and it remained there as long as he ruled. He was betrayed 3 times and finally killed by the Mathias Corvinus, the romanian king of Hungary. P.S. If you ever want to visit his Castle, it is called "Poienari". P.P.S. The scene with the arrogant envoys really happened, just that they did not leave home as arrogant as they came - Vlad nailed their turbans to their heads because they refused to uncover.
Nouri Foo
who is only here for Luke evans
PutatoGaming Studio
saw the movie and its the best movie ever 1000% like if true if not type putin
LUCHU BLM
Irkçılığa ne gerek vardı? Tarihi bilemeyecek kadar mı cahil bu insanlar yoksa kuyruk acısı yaşayıp bok atma derdinler mi ?
Florian.24.02.
Dracula-President of E.U. ! It would be the best option!
MAGNA DEUCE
I hope the twilight assholes sit back and take notes... this is how it's done.
PartyKid24
If you looking through the comments wondering weather to watch it? well then let me tell you it's a awesome film one bad probably I was left with wanting more I couldn't get enough of this film it was so good *Spoiler Alert* They definitely need to do a second one!
Brain2A9
Vlad Tepes destroyed the otoman empire.
Sharaz Ayub
awsome .finally we get a tasty dracula movie
Galejro
A review of the movie would be appropriate aside from a seething mass of arguments over Vlad. I'll put it this way: This movie is unimaginably good if you're a vampire fan. If not, it's still good enough to peek your attention, you won't be wasting your money if you visit the cinema for this. It does have references to 300 and Game of Thrones (and I don't mean just the cast). Several clishees appear and some characters don't act like you would want it or at least as a vampire fan you would expect better. It's got good action and decent fight scenes... well, aside from the abuse of bat powers that confuse the crap out of the viewer. It's pretty straightforward, it doesn't confuse you, it doesn't create a sense of mystery or fear as you would expect, that does make it kinda boring, but at least its not like Prometheus, where every 5 seconds causes unnecessary questions and confusion.
MusicLyrics
By the way, song name is Everybody wants to rule the world by Lorde
Smeagol
gay dracula... lol
Arainna
Watched this movie. I love it. Rating's only 6.3 but I'll rate it 8 ^^ Luke Evans is so hot. I like the storyline and the twists. Who knows what happened in the past. Not everything we read is true. I think not even everything written in history is true so yea who knows. The only way to know is to be around when it happened. People lie.. everytime.. governments and scientists alike.
rahman çobanoğlu
Böyle filmler tam bir acizlik gösterisidir ancak Türk askerlerinin kostümleri falan çok iyi hazırlanmış o konuda tam puan aldı benden bizim filmlerde de böyle zırhlar falan giysinler
Aldea Alexandru
About the sultan Mehmet II (the one too much praised) 1)the conquest of Constantinople;the ottoman army-about 200.000 the byzantine and venetian soldiers-about 7000 2)wars with prince John Hunyadi of Transylvania -battle of Belgrade-the sultan was defeated ottoman army-about 100.000;-christian army-about 50000 Unfortunately prince John Hunyadi died of plague
bloodjrman
I was hoping for Vlad the Impaler movie but ok. :/
Aldea Alexandru
About the sultan Mehmet II (the one too much praised) 3)wars with Vlad III Dracula-prince of Wallachia;-in the night attack prince Vlad and his followers almost succedeed in killing the sultan;-the sultan always enjoyed the superiority in numbers but he lost many campaigns in Wallachia 4)wars with Stephen the Great-prince of Moldavia -in 1476 at Valea Alba the army of Moldavia (army of nobles)-20000 was crushed by ottoman army-200000/moldavians were defeated but the campaign turned in disaster for the turks; the peasants armed of Moldavia harassed the turks and finally the sultan lost the campaign
Aldea Alexandru
About the sultan Mehmet II (the one too much praised) How glorious he was and in what circumstances He always enjoyed superiority in numbers (even overwhelming superiority) He won only once decisively (constantinople),after that with all his superiority he met some huge defeats.Compare with true glorious military leaders (Alexander,Hannibal,Caesar etc)and in what circumstances they got their victories
Ed-died
Hope there is a sequel
melike küçüktireli
demişler ki Türkleri nasıl yenebiliriz ancak böyle fantastik karakterlerle başedebiliriz film boyunca korkularını yansıtmışlar hepsi bu..
Cory Cudmore
luke evans as bond would be great
Dim F
brace yourselves, proud gypsy comments are coming!
bogdan stratulat
Vlad Tepes impaled turks (proof see how many butthurts turks are around writeing and reading comments and rageing) this burrhurt stil hurts even untill today , truth hurts so badly it feels all the way into your anuses ye bloody turkish lobotemized failures !
steava
Ha ha! lot of ottomans pissed here.. :))))) cmon turks, give your negative votes.
Wendel Bolide
Vlad the Impaler!  How many impalements does one have to perform to get the title "the impaler"?
Gogu Gugo
As a Romanian (born and raised in Transylvania) I was curious what craps they told about our great leader Vlad Țepeș again just to sell a movie and I tried to watch it...I could not stand more than half of it. Guys, if you wanna know the history try to read a book (and not Bram Stoker´s book), but real history books about Vlad. Yes, he was great and he won against a 3 times bigger army but he did it being smart, calculating every move he made, doing a psychological war like impaling 20.000 turks to scare the shit out of the others who came after...and so on.
Mars Sever
Anafikir: Türk'ü yenebilmen için ucube olman gerekir.
simen30
castlevania the movie
Gök Mavi
Artık zamanında nasıl koyduysak içlerine oturmuş zavallıların :) İlk önce İstanbul'da Fatih Sultan Mehmet bunlara iyi koydu, sonra Çanakkalede Mustafa Kemal Atatürk :) Anca böyle saçma şeylerle kendilerini avuturlar. Yaşasın Osmanlı Yaşasın Türk milleti. Ne Mutlu Türküm Diyene ! :)) 
Densil Grant
Finally.... no more twilight crap,this is what a Vampire movie should look like can't wait to see it
Adie
Dracula Romania <3
Kane SKR
Fact is...VLad couldn't turn into a bat so therefore doesn't get my respect
DON ZEE
turks beat vlad in real life. movie is just a lie hahaha
Xiles
is this worth watching ?
Randall White
Vlad III aka dracula was not a hero, he killed 20,000 Ottoman people and impaled them, tried to kill Mehmed II (Dominic Cooper's role). He drank human blood. In 1897 Bram Stroker's novel Dracula was inspired by Vlad III. I don't understand why people try to show him like a hero. That doesn't make sense.
Tamer of Horses
Considering a man who tortured not only his own people but other Europeans as well, who fled his own country because of the fear of the enemy like a coward; and considering the Emperor who treated his subjects with justice and promoted religious and ethnic tolerance in his Empire a "villian"(just because he was a muslim) just shows the misery of Europeans today.
SagnolTheGangster
Such an epic movie! Reminded me of Castlevania, hoping for a prequel or sequel..
Imeh Smith
The best Dracula film I have seen thus far
GrimSquirrel
We all know what actually happend Dracula got chopped into pieces by fatih sultan mehmet and they gave the pieces to the dogs. He deserved it
chasemebaby
Ah yes. Followed By HITLER: Untold . Clearly they are just misunderstood. lol It looks entertaining tho.
666ofdoom
I just finished watching this movie and man! All I have to said is "one of the best movie of all time"
Yper Keimenos
So this is what happened to Lord Tywin Lannister after he was killed by Tyrion. He became a Vampire and teleported to an alternate reality.
SunyRaindrop
i think its allways funny how hollywood people see dracula...i come from Romania Transilvania...i visited a lot the castle when i was young..its cool...well Vlad Tepes was only a King who took his turkey enemies bodies and speared them through...like chicken on a stick....but its ok this way i dont need to see boring war movies...ill see fangs and wings and a lot of SF and sh*t like that :D
Dave jahoer
This is dragonball z not Dracula hahah