BFI publishing lost its way a long time ago - very few must have books and seemingly content with the "top 10" format that did nothing sales wise. I understand much of the publishing arms' problems are down to the appointment of a new publisher a few years back, who to quote a book trade source "spent most of his time having expensive lunches rather than commissioning books". As a result sales were abysmal and new titles non-existent.
Re: the Dracula restoration - I can't find anything specific in either the Guardian piece or the Hammer thread about it's quality. Care to share on here?