Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula is heading back to the big screen for its 30th birthday – more details on its UK re-release here.

It’s three decades old, and still the opening 40 minutes remains quite, quite something. Francis Ford Coppola’s take on the Dracula story – Bram Stoker’s Dracula was and is a fascinating and messy film. It also looks stunning on the big screen, and if you’ve never had the pleasure? Well, you might just be about to get the chance.

It’s been revealed that the film is getting a 30th anniversary re-release in UK cinemas, courtesy of Park Circus. It’s planning to release the film across over 100 screens in the UK on Friday October 7th. It’s unclear whether this is just a one day only release or if it’ll be available for a full week. But given just how many screens it’s playing on, there’s a sporting chance that most of us will be able to catch the film somewhere.

More as we hear it. There’s a sporting chance there won’t be any more, as it’s hard to think of too much to add to the story. But apparently the Google algorithm likes longer stories or something, so here we are.

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