Review: Dracula (1992)

(Originally published November 2012) It would be a crime to forget Francis Ford Coppola’s Dracula from 1992, the director of the Godfather gives us a near definitive tale of Dracula, as a man and as a monster. Closely following the novel by Bram Stoker, the film sees the demise of the Romanian Vlad the Impaler…

Review: The Conversation

From legendary writer/director Francis Ford Coppola comes a morose and quiet thriller about an introverted but brilliant surveillance operative who finds himself looking too deeply into the sensitive case he is monitoring. Gene Hackman excellently portrays Harry Caul, an undercover agent who bugs communications, records and monitors members of the public, a man who let’s…