BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA
1992, Sony Repertory, 128 min, USA, Dir: Francis Ford Coppola

Gary Oldman turns in an iconic performance as the legendary Count Dracula in Francis Ford Coppola's adaptation of Bram Stoker's horror classic, which tells the vampire's story as a love triangle involving the count, young lawyer Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves) and Harker's fiancée, Mina (Winona Ryder). Anthony Hopkins co-stars as vampire hunter Van Helsing.


EVILENKO
2004, TLA Releasing, 111 min, Italy, Dir: David Grieco

It is 1984 in Kiev, and communist professor Andrej Romanovic Evilenko (Malcolm McDowell) is dismissed from his teaching position after charges of pedophilic behavior toward one of his students. Thus begins the harrowing real-life tale of a serial killer who terrorized Russia, raping, killing and cannibalizing women and children, with magistrate and family man Vadim Timurouvic Lesiev (Marton Csokas) assigned to catch the psychopath before more civilians fall prey to his depravities.


OPEN WATER
2003, Lionsgate, 79 min, USA, Dir: Chris Kentis, Laura Lau

Susan (Blanchard Ryan) and Daniel (Daniel Travis) take a daylong scuba diving trip while vacationing in the Caribbean. When a miscount happens on their tour boat, the couple is left behind in the middle of the ocean, with darkness descending and a stealthily increasing school of sharks circling ominously in the waters below. A terrifying breakout hit at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, OPEN WATER is a startling docudrama that takes the familiar horror trope of the lurking, unseen shark and gives it an unsettling home-movie feel.


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