I Am, Dracula – Remembering Some of the Big Screen Adaptations of Bram Stoker’s Legendary Vampire

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a timeless classic of Gothic horror. It has inspired countless adaptations and re-imaginings on the big and small screen alike. To date, it’s estimated that the character Count Dracula has appeared somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 different movies. Arguably, Dracula remains the archetypal horror villain as he continues to inspire […]

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Dracula: Francis Ford Coppola’s Risky Vision Remains As Poignant Over 30 Years Later

At the time of its release, Francis Ford Coppola’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula was a risky venture. Coppola was coming off the disappointment of The Godfather Part III, which capped off his mafia trilogy on a somewhat sour note. And Dracula hadn’t been on the big screen since the moderately success 1979 adaptation starring […]

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Dementia 13 Spins a Passable Tale of Greed and Revenge

Before Francis Ford Coppola revolutionized film-making with The Godfather and Apocalypse Now, he directed Dementia 13. A low-budget, black-and-white chiller, Dementia 13 is the type of movie with which only die-hard horror fans are familiar. In this respect, Coppola’s directorial debut is an ideal candidate for the remake treatment. After making little to no waves […]

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