1301: Count Alucard is not a real dracula

Revealed as an imposter shortly after the 24:45 time stamp…

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Doesn’t count, he was invited in… lol!

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According to the gospel of the Frog Brothers this is true.

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Mirrors are still a no-no, even with an invite.

Edit: Otherwise, the later scene with the mirror makes no sense.

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Why is the vampire showing up in the mirror while the guy in front of him isn’t?

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The two in the foreground are Luisa’s father and the doctorsomethingguy. Alucard has walked into the entryway, and can be seen in the mirror for only a split second.

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All this proves is that he wasn’t a dracula at this point in the movie. He must’ve been turned later…which means there is a secret dracula.

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Secret Dracula- Coming This Fall To NBC!

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We’ve hidden a bloodthirsty dracula somewhere in this crowd of innocents. See if you can figure out who it is before the body count hits double digits!

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In all fairness, it would be difficult to get people excited for a movie called Santo in the Treasure of Whatever.

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Santo in the Treasure of Some Guy would have them lining up around the corner.

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Would people have a problem with Santo and the Treasure of Alucard, Who is Not a Vampire?

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Santo in the Treasure of HEY LOOK OVER THERE

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Santo in the Treasure of REDACTED

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Santo in the Treasure of [Indistinct Mumbling Noises]

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My new working theory is that Alucard smashed the mirror because he knew it would show his reflection!

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SECOND ACT TWIST!

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And all within the first 30 minutes!

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Wait, something made sense?

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