67 minutes | Aug 10, 2018

Cinemaball 10: Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

This week on Cinemaball, Ebony and Carolyn venture to the gloomy and foreboding realm of Transylvania via Francis Ford Coppola’s lurid 1992 adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. We get into the film’s bold visual style, the way it calls attention to its own artifice, and the film’s psychologically complex handling of the place where sex and death collide. Of course, we have plenty to say about Keanu Reeves’ much-maligned performance, as well as the way Anthony Hopkins creates a Van Helsing who relishes life. Before all is said and done, we offer up our ratings on the film, and Carolyn announces our next cinematic destination! Cinemaball is presented by Feminist Frequency Executive Produced and hosted by Carolyn Petit and Ebony Aster Produced and edited by Sarah Nairalez Artwork by Raye Abellar Hosted by Simplecast Executive Produced by Anita Sarkeesian Includes audio clips from The Legend of Billie Jean and Bram Stoker's Dracula Music by Broke For Free View the basic rules of Cinemaball and a history of all our episodes and ratings at http://goo.gl/ePDPuQ
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