Steven and Mark do it again!

Another masterpiece by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss!
Dracula portrayed by Claes Bang.
Although waiting for another Sherlock season can seem tedious at times, I think this new series does make up for the delay in Sherlock! I binge-watched the first two episodes before I took pause to write this, with a 123-year jump!
The setting was perfect…
What’s happened so far? I won’t give away to much… But I will say, I loved the victorian time period! I also loved seeing Jonathan Aris as Captain Sokolov, a part he played very well. He’s a captain ready to go down with his ship! (Oops… That Might have been a spoiler.)
Jonathan Aris as Captain Sokolov, in the second episode of Dracula.
I also love (Dolly Wells) as Sister Agatha! Dracula portrayed by Claes Bang has a suitable adversary Sister Agatha, and I can’t wait to see how the story unfolds!
Dolly Wells as Sister Agatha.
Now onto the next episode! Sherlock Fans… Keep Watching!
You can find Dracula on Netflix!
Again lots of love to Steven, Mark, Sue, and the entire crew at Hartswood Films! Thanks for bringing us so much joy!


Dracula and Lucy listening to the undead.
The Dark Compass…
After a crazy day of running, I finally finished the last episode of Dracula, and like the previous episodes, I was very impressed! I’m trying to restrain myself when it comes to spoilers, but I will say there’s a hint of Sherlock in the last episode, especially when it comes to cell phones. Mark Gatiss also has an interesting role as Frank, the attorney of Dracula.
Times are changing, Frank with his client.
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