• Marcela

    ★★★ Rewatched by Marcela 24 Jan, 2015

    I guess, as a horror fan, I should've seen this sooner, but well, it never happened. This was very pretty to look at. The colors, the clothes, the places, the make-up, everything was great. I haven't read the original book (ew so much shame) but I guess this was faithful, at least so it seemed. Anthony Hopkins, again, looks like he's having a lot of fun. This was just a decent movie with a lot of cool gothic atmosphere.



  • John Sant

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by John Sant 17 Jan, 2015

    ⚫ Blu-ray
    ⚫ Blu-ray with commentary by Francis Ford Coppola


  • Magdiel Jobad

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Magdiel Jobad 06 Oct, 2014

    The only bad thing in this movie is Keanu Reeves, everything else is perfect.
    Read the review here: pointofreviewpr.com/movies/horror/dario-argentos-dracula-3d-2013/


  • Gray Brian

    ★★ Added by Gray Brian

    Well it is the only kind of horror movie I can watch eg not a horror movie. I love that coppola used classic film effects but the specific effects I found usually distracting. And keanu really weighs down a fantastic cast.


  • StarklyReviews

    ★★★★★ Watched by StarklyReviews 18 Jan, 2015 2

    Mmm. 90’s Winona Ryder is my dream woman, absolutely drop dead fucking gorgeous and in my opinion a fantastic actress. Them eyes, just, her expressions, everything about her is mesmerizingly beautiful and sexy.

    Francis Ford Coppola’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a heavy, violent, dark, sexual and atmospheric film with an absolutely superb score, that opening music that continues throughout the film is unforgettable.

    Gary Oldman’s performance as the Count himself is simply splendid.

    The visual style and imagery…


  • Elvispolonius

    ★★★ Rewatched by Elvispolonius 25 May, 2012

    It’s curious that Coppola should be so pushy about the faithfulness of his script that he puts Stoker’s name in the title, when the thrust of the film has essentially nothing to do with the book: Vlad the Impaler ‘crossing oceans of time’ to be with his dead wife, reincarnated in 1890s London.

    It’s an engaging idea which, slapped on top of what Stoker wrote, simply doesn’t work. There are too many protagonists overall, too many stars to keep on…


  • dr_exploitation

    ★★ Watched by dr_exploitation 21 Feb, 2012

    32º Fantasporto
    20 de Fevereiro a 4 de Março 2012
    Rivoli Grande Auditório


  • Entiman

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Entiman 11 Jan, 2015

    Si algo es el "Drácula" de Coppola es un puro y duro festín visual. El cada vez más megalomaníaco director de "El Padrino" decide llevar a la gran pantalla la historia del vampiro más famoso de la literatura, mediante una carta de amor al cine de principios del siglo XX y sus trucos de humo y espejos. Esto hace, no sólo que la película parezca más vieja de lo que es (recordemos que "Parque Jurásico" llega a las pantallas un…


  • Minionofhell

    ★★★★½ Watched by Minionofhell 08 Jan, 2015

    This adaption kept(besides from Draculas backstory) amazingly close to the book which made me really happy.I really loved the cinematography .The Soundtrack was well done,and i literally drooled when i saw the costumes.There seemed to be a lot of fascination for the story and dedication in filming this,it was impressive.Gary Oldman was a great choice,Anthony Hopkins as van Helsing did an amazing job as well.I´ve never seen Sadie Frost act before,but i really liked Lucy here-way more than in the…


  • Tristiac

    ★★★ Rewatched by Tristiac 02 Jan, 2015

    Coppola's foray into Grand Guignol is a mixed bag. On the one hand, Gary Oldman. On the other hand Keanu Reeves.


  • Glorbes

    ★★½ Rewatched by Glorbes 01 Jan, 2015

    It's been over twenty years since I last saw this. Without a doubt, this is one of the handsomest pieces of trash...a gorgeous looking slice of crap pie that is full of lecherous leering and fantastic pre-digital effects. Casting Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder almost makes the film feel like a joke, as their performances are so awful that it almost seems intentional.


  • Cinematic Justice

    ★★★ Rewatched by Cinematic Justice 03 Nov, 2014

    If the main thing you liked about the 1979 Dracula is that the material was taken seriously, I have to imagine you’d love Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Much of the pleasure here is derived from seeing an auteur with a genuinely distinct cinematic “voice” take on material like this.

    On top of that you get a veritable all-star cast with Gary Oldman as Dracula, Anthony Hopkins as Van Helsing, and Winona Ryder as pretty easily my favorite Mina in any Dracula…