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Francis Ford Coppola Talks ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’

Francis Ford Coppola’s phenomenal and gorgeous Bram Stoker’s Dracula is coming to the Supreme Cinema Series on October 6th. To celebrate this upcoming release, two short clips of Coppola talking about the movie have come online and can be viewed below.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a reimagining of the classic Dracula fable, highlighting the romance of the gothic horror while still holding onto the fear and terror that made the original so memorable and iconic over the years.

The 1992 film starred Keanu Reeves, Gary Oldman, Anthony Hopkins, Cary Elwes, Winona Ryder, and Tom Waits.

The Supreme Series blu-ray can be ordered via Amazon.



  • Cappy Tally

    Highlighting the romance? There was no romance. This romantic element is something that got tossed in when Dan Curtis did his TV movie in 1973 and a few adaptations kept bringing it back, this one worst of all because it pretends to be an accurate adaptation of the novel. This movie is literally only half good, because about 50% of it is this terrible forced love story that comes entirely out of left field and brings the movie to a screeching halt with every scene.

    • Gadriel

      Indeed. When I hear people say “Dracula was a love story” I know they never read the damn book.
      And should.

  • Darkness69

    Absolutely love this movie. This makes me want to return to Romania and lake Snagov!

  • TheSlitheryDee

    I want the new SE Blu of this so badly…

  • Yakushiji Tenzen

    Gary Oldman and Anthony Hopkins stole the movie.

  • Awesome movie! The cinematography and costumes were unbelievable and Gary Oldman was awesome as Dracula. I thought that Reeves and Ryder were wrongly cast, but still didn’t fuck up so bad that it made the movie unwatchable. Anthony Hopkins was very good and one of the worlds’ sexiest women, Monica Belluci, played one of Dracula’s vampiresses. I love this movie despite all it’s flaws…

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