Photos of the many brides of Dracula
Explore Hollywood's almost century-long relationship with the seductive undead of the Prince of Darkness.
'Dracula: Dead and Loving It'
American director Mel Brooks' 1995 satirical horror "Dracula: Dead and Loving It" follows the plot-line of Bram Stoker's original novel while also taking humorous jabs at previous films in the saga.
While the film only included a brief scene with two of Dracula's brides, Brooks' take is instantly amusing for its playful handling of past, over-sexualized versions of the characters. The line "Wrong my brains out!" has since become one of the more memorable lines from director's cinematic catalog.
While the film didn't have much bite with critics, it may have inspired Mel Brooks' son, Max Brooks, to further explore our love affair with the undead. The American horror author and screenwriter is the visionary behind the massively popular "World War Z" zombie franchise.