Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

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Directed By Francis Ford Coppola Francis Ford Coppola Starring Gary Oldman Gary Oldman  •  Winona Ryder Winona Ryder  •  Anthony Hopkins Anthony Hopkins  •  Keanu Reeves Keanu Reeves  •  Cary Elwes Cary Elwes Genres Based-on-19th-Century-Literature  •  Costume Horror  •  Gothic Film  •  Horror  •  Monster Film  •  Period Film  •  Romance  •  Sex Horror  •  Vampire Film Studios &
Dracula  •  American Zoetrope  •  Academy Award for Best Production Design Nominated  •  Saturn Award for Best Horror or Thriller Film Winning  •  They Shoot Zombies, Don't They? Top 1000 Horror Movies
Release Info 1992-11-13T00:00:00Z November 13, 1992
Color  •  128 minutes R Rated R
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Comments (4)


traceSD on 3/6/2014 Reply  · 

BSD is not as good as I remember it being but was a quality watch. Some of the best Dracula imagery is here. The giant bat sinking into the shadows with red beady eyes revealing a rat transformation is some of the best vampire cinematography made.

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LittleSocrates on 4/27/2015 Reply  · 

Irritating film that seems to almost strive to serve as a rape apologist. I barely kept watching upon the promise of Anthony Hopkins.

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nclysander on 6/15/2016 Reply  · 

A good observation. The fact that Lucy is described as "a willing recruit ... a wanton follower ... a devoted disciple" when her scenes with Dracula appear entirely non-consensual is deeply disturbing.

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GcPreacher on 10/3/2017 Reply  · 

I recently read the book and thought I'd see this film. It was shite. Spends more time with orgasmic moaning sounds and self-touching than actual dialogue/plot and then there's the totally weird relationship between Mina and Dracula that is not of the book... Only salvageable part is the score.

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