Two vampires stand in the middle of the poster, one above the other. The one above, Dracula, bears his teeth and grabs onto the shoulders of the other vampire, Renfield, who concerningly looks up.
Renfield is a comedy horror film directed and produced by Chris McKay, and written by Ryan Ridley from a story by Robert Kirkman, who also served as producer. Inspired by characters from the 1897 novel Dracula by Bram Stoker.
Legendary Renfield is Dracular’s helper, in the monster universe, who wants his freedom. This makes for a funny movie that I couldn’t wait to see. I thought it hit the spot in some scenes but was basically a smile till the end. Not bad but not great.

In the early 20th century, Transylvanian vampire Count Dracula (Nicholas Cage) meets English lawyer R. M. Renfield(Nicholas Hoult). Renfield hopes to broker a deal for some land and after proving to be a useful assistant, he ends up becoming Dracula’s familiar, allowing him to be immortal and gaining super strength and speed when he consumes bugs. Ninety years later, Renfield has grown weary and exhausted of…

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