Rasmus Madsen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Definitely a good time, with lots of iconic imagery and moments. With that being said, it's not the perfect vampire film. It lacks a little atmosphere and a lot more intensity, it can be a rather dull experience at times. This is especially apparent when we reach the climax of the film, which is incredibly underwhelming and then just sorta ends. I prefer the 1922 Nosferatu, which had more atmosphere and a genuinely scary vampire.