There are a couple of shots from Evil Dead II that are, for lack of a better word, Raimi-esque. One is his use of sped-up footage from the point of view of the bad guy. This technique is used all through Evil Dead II to create a feeling of an approaching evil (seen at 46 and 56 seconds in during the trailer). Another technique would be extreme close-ups of leading men making way over-the-top crazy faces in the face of unspeakable evil. Coppola makes prominent use of both these techniques in Dracula, much in the way an accomplished filmmaker borrows techniques from a newcomer. Oh wait. That's not much of a metaphor -- that's exactly what Coppola's doing.
It's hard to prove these points precisely without a side-by-side viewing, especially with pesky things like copyright law, but let's do our best. Coppola's Dracula is currently on Netflix, and I'd encourage you to watch the POV rapid camera pans in the scene where Dracula approaches Lucy's estate with any number of scenes from Evil Dead II. That clip is not publicly available, but you do get a taste of it at 44 to 48 seconds in the trailer.
And let's enjoy some of the master Bruce Campbell's manic faces compared with Keanu's. We have the scene from Evil Dead II where Ash fully appreciates just how all-encompassing the evil that surrounds him is, compared with Jonathan Harker first realizing the depth of evil in Dracula's castle after witnessing his brides devour a baby. For those Cracked readers in class, at work, or donating blood for free Twinkies without the ability to watch videos, it looks a bit like this:
Sure, Bruce is better, but y'know when it comes to acting most people are better than Keanu.