Horror fans have been well fed in recent years thanks to a number of excellent franchise revivals and terrifying original films. Universal is set to continue to satisfy our genre thirst with the release of its horror comedy this April. Renfield. A new modern take on the legend of Dracula comes from the director Chris McKay and stars Nicolas Cage As the Prince of Darkness and Nicholas Hoult as the servant of a blood-sucking monster. The horror adaptation may have a sense of humor, but the film doesn’t shy away from the franchise’s blood-soaked roots. The cast takes us through blood-red madness in the film’s final featurette Renfieldan impending nightmare.
Renfield Bloody feast
In a few minutes of footage from IGN, Cage, Hoult, Ben Schwartz, Adrian Martinez, Awkwafinaand special makeup effects designer Christian Tinsley wasting no time showing fans the amazing amount of gore in the film. There’s Renfield punching heads while bleeding from a dismembered body, Dracula blasting a priest from the inside without any graphic detail, and rivers of blood as far as the eye can see. Cage called the whole experience amazing, but when you have a famous actor playing the scariest horror character of all time, would you expect anything less? Schwartz has rightly called Cage the film’s X-factor, and judging by the marketing so far, it looks like the actor is having the time of his life. Dracula plays. He was born for the role and modern horror rocks Mandy, Willy’s Wonderlandand Color is out of space under his belt, there’s never been a better time for Cage to sink his teeth into this juicy role.
That’s why it’s so great to see Universal Despite its horror-comedy appeal, go all the way with this movie. Universal is it the original horror studio eventually with classics like Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein, Werewolfand The invisible man identify them. With Renfield the studio returns to Universal Monster’s roots with an added raw Hammer Film hard-R edge. That’s what it looks like in new behind-the-scenes footage from the film Renfieldis using a lot of practical blood to further increase the carnage. When it comes to vampires, you need blood…just ask Morbius. Seeing Hoult and Cage covered in blood is sure to bring a tear to a horror fan’s eye.
When Renfield Will you go out?
Renfield It will be shown in cinemas on April 14, 2023. The film follows a classic servant in modern times as he tries to break out of his “toxic relationship” with the dreaded Lord of Death. But if you’ve ever been in a relationship that bleeds, you know that’s easier said than done. DraculaReady to make Renfield’s life hell. While we wait Renfield To conquer the hearts of horror fans, you can watch the new bloody movie below.