Not content with 'reimagining' Bram Stoker's bookish Dutch vampire slayer as a beefy monster hunter with more gadgets than Ann Summers, director Stephen Sommers has also revamped Abraham Van Helsing's age-old foe, Dracula as a decadent fop, with a useful 15ft wingspan. And, showing total disregard for monster folklore, he's also lobbed Frankenstein's Monster and The Wolf Man into the mix, in this joyously humorous blockbuster. If it hadn't been for Troy, and the slightly dodgy storyline, then this baby could practically have owned the summer - afterall, if there's one thing Sommer's has proved with his slightly iffy Mummy movies, he can do enjoyable, CG-enhanced shenanigans with his eyes closed. And that's exactly what this is.