You love it or you hate it, and I love the hell out of it (and this is my blog!). We podcasted Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) but that didn’t allow for much in the way of visuals. Well, the time has come for this goth girl because it’s a Halloween classic.
I’m going all-in with the costumes by the late, great Eiko Ishioka, who won the Oscar for this film. Is it historically accurate? No. Is it a work of art? Yes. Much of it is richly inspired by historical costume and historical art, which makes the designs fit the literature that the film is based on and adds depth to the overall presentation.
Read all of this review of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) here!
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