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David Annwn Jones

Stoker’s Dracula (1992) with its often vertiginous, swirling camerawork was created with a computercontrolled montage editing system; it was one of the first Gothic horror films to be cut and sound-edited on video by computers. Coppola also supplied a montage of visual effects and sly cinematic references: the human arms holding flickering lights in Dracula’s castle are culled from Jean Cocteau’s La

in Gothic effigy