We know Halloween is over, but it's the 30th anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola's sultry, campy, wild version of Dracula! Mark welcomes vampire lover Sabrina Santoro back to the podcast to analyze this exuberant gothic horror film that was released on Friday the 13th in November 1992. The cast chewed up the Oscar-nominated scenery, the costumes and cinematography were a feast for the eyes, and that score by Wojciech Kilar! Keanu's wigs overcompensated for his performance, but we still love him. Sabrina shares what it was like being on stage in a production of Dracula, while Mark shares a story about how he once pretended to be Winona from this movie. And we give Home Alone 2 some love at the end!