Quite possibly the worst pile I have ever been unfortunate enough to witness from the Beeb. Dracula looking slightly less scary than postman pat's cat but with worse hair. I kept expecting "Marc Warren" to start speaking in his "Mr.Teatime" voice...actually that would have been an improvement. All he seemed to manage was to wander about with filthy finger nails and snarl occasionally with some jam on his chin. We were promised adult content and that big blonde bird playing Lucy didn't once get her baps out! The BBC should be done for false advertising. The ending seemed like something from a school play where it all comes to a close in about 20 secs flat. The locations seemed to consist of someone's nicely kept lawn in front of an old house . The inside of the old house with some branches left lying about the place the lights switched off and a big green light outside , a hillside overlooking Whitby ( or possibly somewhere in Wales) with some polystyrene headstones and some more branches left lying about. You would have thought they could have gone to a bit more trouble considering every major plot development seemed to take place in this nondescript although slightly untidy graveyard . And it did seem a waste to then cart poor Lucy off to London for entombement in Highgate. And apparently it had some satanists in it who we never really got to see apart from their vacated clubhouse ( yet more abandoned branches jollying the place up). And all this excitement because someone was a bit miffed their Dad had given them the clap. Edited by a monkey trying deperately hard to forget they ever saw Coppola's version although secretly wishing they could copy it shot for shot. What is it with BBC Wales ? Now that we've had Doctor Who forced upon us they can do no wrong in auntie's eyes it seems ? Anyone read any newspaper reviews of this steaming turkey? If this isn't torn to shreds then I can only assume BBC Wales hospitality budget has been going down a treat all across Fleet Street.