Bram Stoker's Dracula (30th Anniversary Steelbook) [4K UHD] [Region Free] [Blu-ray]

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Bram Stoker's Dracula (30th Anniversary Steelbook) [4K UHD] [Region Free] [Blu-ray]

Bram Stoker's Dracula (30th Anniversary Steelbook) [4K UHD] [Region Free] [Blu-ray]

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Elsewhere, there are several thorough pieces on costume designer Ishioka Eiko, in-camera effects work (with a lovely nod to Mario Bava), and the production of elaborate electronic storyboards. We will introduce you exclusively to Newpay finance products provided by NewDay Limited under this Introducer Appointed Representative arrangement. using a Wide Colour Gamut (WCG), High Dynamic Range (HDR10 and Dolby Vision), and is encoded using the HEVC (H. Similarly, in Sound Effects Editing, the other two nominees “Aladdin” and “Under Siege” didn’t pose much of a threat. Dracula was shot with all manner of cinematic techniques as already detailed, including rear projection, multiple exposures, miniature effects, compositing images with a forced perspective, matte paintings, front projection and reverse motion.

Considering the classic nature of the novel, character, and how many times we’ve reviewed Bram Stoker’s Dracula here at High-Def Digest, you’ll have to forgive me for not starting with my traditional story teaser recap of the film. Sony's 4K re-release of Bram Stoker's Dracula is a bit of a slim excuse of a "30th Anniversary" celebration which those who already picked this up may find precious little reason to double-dip on, but the addition of Dolby Vision and a couple of new extras to an already near-perfect package - 4K video, Atmos audio and extras - certainly leave this the definitive version to own for those who don't already. Francis Ford Coppola's take on Bram Stoker's Dracula is a deliberate attempt to get back to the source novel using traditional filmmaking techniques. So it should come as little surprise that, in the film, the sexually available Lucy is Count Dracula’s (Gary Oldman) first victim. As a whole, this is one hell of a great-looking disc, and those who haven't picked up this film on 4K are in for a treat.To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is thrilled to announce that director Francis Ford Coppola’s Oscar-winning classic will be available to own on 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray in a Limited Edition Steelbook with brand-new extras on 10th October, exclusively from Zavvi. Dialogue remains clear and coherent, and well prioritised, and that score, that score haunts the proceedings, with plenty of literal thunder to engage the LFE. Take a trip back to the Academy Awards ceremonies of the recent past with Gold Derby’s Oscars Playback series.

It did even better at the Academy Awards because not only did it earn four nominations there as well — Costume Design, Makeup, Sound Effects Editing and Art Direction-Set Decoration — but it actually won in the former three categories. He chooses eternal perdition because his beloved wife, Elisabeta (also Ryder), has committed suicide, thus incurring her own damnation. However, a big-budget horror extravaganza like “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” going home with three Academy Awards was a definite win for the movie, Coppola and Columbia Pictures.

Although the film wasn’t unanimously loved by critics, many of them were quick to sing the movie’s praises. Much like Michael Palmer summarized in his 2017 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray review, this film’s visual mileage and impact may rest on an understanding of the time this was filmed and the techniques used.

On the other side of things, I’m not at all a fan of the romantic anti-hero angle for the character. Even though the novel came out in 1897, there is no denying the sexual overtones in this story with Dracula admitting he is comfortable trying to “seduce, penetrate, [and] drain another male. I was actually intrigued that Copolla and company decided to give him an origin story that seemed fitting for the monster. After already enjoying an excellent release, Bram Stoker’s Dracula celebrates its 30th Anniversary with a new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release offering up the same excellent transfer now with Dolby Vision HDR, Atmos audio, and a terrific assortment of bonus features in a classy SteelBook.I actually think if they shifted the casting a little and let Cary Elwes play Harker with Richard E. While most of the bonus features for this film are exactly the same as before, this 4K disc now picks up the Annie Lennox “Love Song for a Vampire” music video as well as the vintage Blood Lines: Dracula - The Man The Myth The Movies featurette.

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