XMAS SPECIAL • Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

A jumbo episode of joy, vampires, and insane filmmaking that somehow works. Merry Christmas from Dracula and his peak gothic cosy stylings.

Merry Christmas everyone!

It’s Christmas Day, and we’re jumping away for a second from our regular programming to discuss a modern classic, Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992), a start-studded batshit masterpiece, one of the most faithful adaptations of Bram Stoker’s novel, a fever dream of a gothic horror that has a timeless love story at its heart. 

I’m joined in this episode by two extraordinary guests: writer and actor Isaura Barbé-Brown and writer and podcaster Becky Darke for a jumbo-sized episode about this batshit masterpiece with off the charts levels of intensity in every single aspect, from the performances to the design.  

This season is made possible with the support of Arrow Video. This week's pick from their vast catalogue is David Cronenberg's Crash, re-released just this year in a lucious 4K restoration.

Produced and presented by Anna Bogutskaya

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