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Dracula (1931)

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by on Oct 4, 2016

Originally published October 26th, 2015 Halloween is imminent and TCM and Fathom Events answered the call with their Dracula double feature this Sunday (with a repeat this coming Wednesday). I’ve watched Bela Lugosi as the infamous Count countless (pun intended) times, but I’d never prev read more

Horror of Dracula (1958)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Aug 9, 2016

Horror of Dracula (AKA Dracula) Directed by Terrence Fisher Written by Jimmy Sangster based on the story by Bram Stoker 1958/UK Hammer Films First viewing/Netflix rental #353 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die A bit gorier than the 1931 version and also a classic. The setting is a very Vi read more

DRACULA (1979)

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Jun 18, 2016

The latest issue of Richard Klemensen's wonderful LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS--issue #36--is a full-length examination of the 1979 version of DRACULA, starring Frank Langella and directed by John Badham. I had not seen the '79 DRACULA in a long time, and I wasn't too impressed with it when I did see it read more

House of Dracula (1945, Erle C. Kenton)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Jun 14, 2016

House of Dracula is immediately disappointing. The film opens on man of science Onslow Stevens as Dracula (played by a boring John Carradine) comes visiting, hoping for some cure to vampirism. Will Carradine try to seduce Martha O’Driscoll’s fetching nurse? Will something go wrong with read more

The DRACULA A.D. 1972 Soundtrack On Special-Edition Vinyl

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Apr 6, 2016

Is DRACULA A.D. 1972 one of the best Hammer films ever made? Maybe not....but it's one of the most entertaining. The movie has taken quite a bit of critical drubbing over the years, but many Hammer fans now accept and even appreciate A.D. 1972's goofy mixture of Gothic horror and pseudo-mod trapping read more

BLOOD OF DRACULA ( 1957 ) ~ She Blinded ME with Science

CineMaven's Essays from the Couch Posted by Theresa Brown on Feb 20, 2016

  “I can release a destructive power in a human being that would make the split atom seem like a blessing.”  If a male scientist had said that, folks would say: “He’s mad. He’s a genius. Give him some more funding!!” But let a woman say it and folks are like: “What’s her problem? read more

The Universal Pictures Blogathon: Dracula (1931)

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Annmarie Gatti on Oct 30, 2015

“I never drink…wine” Bela Lugosi as Dracula, need I say more? I’d venture to guess that many classic movie fans have fond (or not so fond) memories of being scared out-of-their-wits when they were kids as they watched Frankenstein, Dracula, the Mummy — or any one of tho read more

Dracula (1931)

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by on Oct 26, 2015

Halloween is imminent and TCM and Fathom Events answered the call with their Dracula double feature this Sunday (with a repeat this coming Wednesday). I’ve watched Bela Lugosi as the infamous Count countless (pun intended) times, but I’d never previously watched the presumed superior ver read more

Hammer's Dracula Films Ranked from Best to Worst

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Oct 26, 2015

David Peel as Baron Meinster. 1. The Brides of Dracula (1960). This should be no surprise to readers of this blog. Indeed, I recently ranked Brides among my top five choices for the greatest horror films of all time. It's a first-rate affair from start to finish with strong performances, read more

A Covering Comics Bonus – The Tomb Of Dracula Animated Movie (1980)

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Oct 19, 2015

Last week I published a “Covering Comics” article featuring one of my all-time favorite horror comics, Marvel’s The Tomb of Dracula which ran from 1972 to 1979. You can read that article here. One thing that I didn’t note at the time was that there was an animated adaptation read more

Covering Comics #7 – The Tomb Of Dracula

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Oct 14, 2015

I’ve often said that I miss the comics covers of old. Those covers were designed, unlike many of the ones being produced today which are merely mini-posters spotlighting the titular character without giving any indication of the story contained inside, to draw readers in and make them anxious read more

Dracula Prefers Blondes

Reel Distracted Posted by Paul on Aug 2, 2015

Dracula Prefers Blondes 8/2/2015 2 Comments   “Picasso had his pink period and his blue period. I’m in my blonde period.” -- Hugh Hefner I had two things when I was kid, blonde hair, and a read more

One year, one film: 1931 – Dracula

The Motion Pictures Posted by Lindsey on Apr 19, 2015

One year, one film: 1931 The film: Dracula, dir. Tod Browning starring Bela Lugosi Rating: Recommended | Highly Recommended | MUST-SEE (Image via Wikimedia Commons) Bela Lugosi gives an iconic performance in the title role of this early-’30s Universal horror flick. Tod Browning, best-known f read more

Abbott & Costello Meet the Frankenstein Monster...and Dracula...and the Wolf Man*

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Mar 4, 2015

Lou sits on the Frankenstein Monster. Ask a classic movie fan to name their favorite comedians and I suspect only a few would list Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. More likely answers might be Chaplin, Keaton, and the Marx Brothers. And yet, the legacy of A&C is significant. They are often credited read more

The 1931 Spanish Version Of DRACULA

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Feb 15, 2015

While reading Gary D. Rhodes' book TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA, I took the opportunity to revisit both versions of the film that Universal produced in 1931. One of the main themes of Rhodes' book is that the Spanish version of DRACULA is not the "lost" classic that many critics have made it out to be. T read more

The 1931 Spanish Version Of DRACULA

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Feb 15, 2015

While reading Gary D. Rhodes' book TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA, I took the opportunity to revisit both versions of the film that Universal produced in 1931. One of the main themes of Rhodes' book is that the Spanish version of DRACULA is not the "lost" classic that many critics have made it out to be. T read more

Book Review: TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Feb 10, 2015

If there is one thing that old monster movie fans like to do, it is argue about old monster movies--especially on the internet. Just go to the Classic Horror Movie Board and check out some of the conversations. There are certain subjects that really get old monster geeks going--two of the most notor read more

Book Review: TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Feb 10, 2015

If there is one thing that old monster movie fans like to do, it is argue about old monster movies--especially on the internet. Just go to the Classic Horror Movie Board and check out some of the conversations. There are certain subjects that really get old monster geeks going--two of the most notor read more

DRACULA, THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN + the 5W’s of Classic Film

Cinematically Insane Posted by Will McKinley on Oct 31, 2014

DRACULA MEETS THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN. Sadly, it’s a Universal Monsters team-up that never took place on the big screen, but it will happen tonight on COZI TV. COZI, a nostalgia-themed broadcast network available as a digital sub-channel on NBC owned television stations (and part-time on DIS read more

Dracula(1931)-a horror gems review

Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest Posted by Joey on Oct 14, 2014

horror gems-Dracula(1931) Review,a horror gems review https://www.facebook.com/Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest https://www.facebook.com/Wolffianclassicmoviesdigest I have been a fan of universal monsters since I was a boy. The first universal monster movie i watched was the mummy. Dracula started out read more
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