The Monster Mash
Atmospherically and visually, Coppola's cinematic conversion of Bram Stoker's illustrious fable is borderline masterful; boasting great synergy between the cinematography and editing - culminating in a beatific vision which is utterly spell-binding.
But, unfortunately, that is precisely why Coppola's Dracula falls on its own sword.
Its sheer competence is staggering.
The film is a treat for the eyes, yet leaves the mind severely neglected, after countless adaptations of Stoker's source material - it becomes a necessity to…