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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

Max Cohen, Producer, Promoter, Distributor, but No Dracula for Him.

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Oct 2, 2014

Max Cohen was involved in film-promotion and distribution no later than 1913, beginning his career with the Monopol Film Company.[1] Monopol went bankrupt in October of 1913,[2] so any reference to Cohen working for MFC, is prior to that final date. Cohen was considered a pioneer of the open-market- read more

Max Cohen, Producer, Promoter, Distributor, but No Dracula for Him.

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Oct 2, 2014

Max Cohen was involved in film-promotion and distribution no later than 1913, beginning his career with the Monopol Film Company.[1] Monopol went bankrupt in October of 1913,[2] so any reference to Cohen working for MFC, is prior to that final date. Cohen was considered a pioneer of the open-market- read more

Max Cohen, Producer, Promoter, Distributor, but No Dracula for Him.

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Oct 2, 2014

Max Cohen was involved in film-promotion and distribution no later than 1913, beginning his career with the Monopol Film Company.[1] Monopol went bankrupt in October of 1913,[2] so any reference to Cohen working for MFC, is prior to that final date. Cohen was considered a pioneer of the open-market- read more

The Dead Travel Fast, but Bram Stoker’s DRACULA lingers

Once Upon a Screen Posted by Aurora on May 18, 2014

Published 117 years ago this month was Bram Stoker’s tale of Dracula.  If one judges a masterwork by the number and variety of incarnations it spawns in all mediums of communication, then this novel reigns supreme. As the one and only Prince of Darkness, Dracula has taken on many different read more

COUNTESS DRACULA On Blu-ray

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on May 13, 2014

Synapse Films' latest Hammer Blu-ray release is 1971's COUNTESS DRACULA, directed by Peter Sasdy and starring Ingrid Pitt. Despite the title (and the film's original ad campaign), COUNTESS DRACULA has nothing to do with Dracula, or vampires whatsoever. The movie's story is based on a real-life read more

COUNTESS DRACULA On Blu-ray

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on May 13, 2014

Synapse Films' latest Hammer Blu-ray release is 1971's COUNTESS DRACULA, directed by Peter Sasdy and starring Ingrid Pitt. Despite the title (and the film's original ad campaign), COUNTESS DRACULA has nothing to do with Dracula, or vampires whatsoever. The movie's story is based on a real-life read more

Classics Revisited: Taste the Blood of Dracula

Cinematic Catharsis Posted by Barry P. on Oct 25, 2013

(1970) Directed by Peter Sasdy; Written by: Anthony Hinds; Based on the character created by Bram Stoker; Starring: Christopher Lee, Geoffrey Keen, Gwen Watford, Peter Sallis, Roy Kinnear and Ralph Bates; Available on DVD. Rating: *** ½ “The tasteful title is Taste the Blood read more

61 Days of Halloween: House of Dracula (1945)

The Movie Rat Posted by Bernardo Villela on Oct 23, 2013

Introduction For an introduction to the concept of 61 Days of Halloween, as well as a list of previously featured titles, please go here. House of Dracula (1945) What House of Dracula attempts to do is similar to what House of Frankenstein did before it, and that is to create a tale that balances m read more

Spying On The Vampire Lord – The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973)

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Oct 22, 2013

This post is part of the Hammer Halloween Blogathon hosted by the Classic Film & TV Café. Go to www.classicfilmtvcafe.com to view the complete blogathon schedule. Y’know, you’ve kinda gotta think once you get down to the struggles of Lorimer Van Helsing versus Dracula you might read more

Spying On The Vampire Lord – The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973)

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Oct 22, 2013

This post is part of the Hammer Halloween Blogathon hosted by the Classic Film & TV Café. Go to www.classicfilmtvcafe.com to view the complete blogathon schedule. Y’know, you’ve kinda gotta think once you get down to the struggles of Lorimer Van Helsing versus Dracula you might read more

GO BATTY WITH ‘DRACULA 1979′ AND ‘VAMPIRE CIRCUS’ AT THE HORROR EVENT OF THE YEAR!

Classic Horror Campaign Posted by Richard on Oct 21, 2013

Classic horror fans are in for the time of their lives as the Bram Stoker International Film Festival are screening two of the greatest but underrated vampire movies of all time – John Badham’s 1979 adaption of Dracula and Hammer Films’ Euro-Horror styled Vampire Circus! Dracula st read more

Hammer Halloween Blogathon: DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE (1968)

Virtual Virago Posted by Jennifer Garlen on Oct 21, 2013

This post is part of the Hammer Halloween Blogathon hosted by the Classic Film and TV Cafe. Go to www.classicfilmtvcafe.com to view the complete blogathon schedule. We’ve gotten pretty far afield from Bram Stoker’s original Dracula by the point at which Hammer adds Dracula Has Risen f read more

61 Days of Hallowen: Son of Dracula (1943)

The Movie Rat Posted by Bernardo Villela on Oct 21, 2013

Introduction For an introduction to the concept of 61 Days of Halloween, as well as a list of previously featured titles, please go here. Son of Dracula (1943) As I mentioned in the previous post about this series of films, and in other prior, one wants something a little different in the sequels to read more

Hammer’s, Horror of Dracula

Once Upon a Screen Posted by Aurora on Oct 20, 2013

Memorable films are aplenty, but few films have changed the course of legend as did… Universal Studios gave the world an unforgettable face to ascribe to Bram Stoker’s legendary character when it released Tod Browning’s, Dracula in 1931.  Playing Count Dracula in that film is Bela read more

61 Days of Halloween: Dracula (1931 – Spanish Version)

The Movie Rat Posted by Bernardo Villela on Oct 18, 2013

One odd fact about the Pre-Code Era (and I believe this may have continued into the dawn of the Golden Age), that I was only vaguely aware of until I was reminded of it in the brilliant overview of Poverty Row I read; was that studios large and small would film foreign-language versions of their own read more

61 Days of Halloween: Dracula (1931 – Philip Glass Score)

The Movie Rat Posted by Bernardo Villela on Oct 15, 2013

Introduction For an introduction to the concept of 61 Days of Halloween, as well as a list of previously featured titles, please go here. Dracula (1931) Philip Glass Score My reaction to my first viewing of Dracula was slightly more favorable than that of my first viewing of Freaks. I’ve seen read more

DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS On Blu-ray

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Sep 19, 2013

The 1966 Hammer film DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS has been released on Region 1 Blu-ray from Millennium Entertainment in conjunction with the "new" Hammer. Earlier this year, Millennium came out with a DVD set consisting of DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS, FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN, and THE LEGEND OF THE read more

DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS On Blu-ray

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day Jr. on Sep 19, 2013

The 1966 Hammer film DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS has been released on Region 1 Blu-ray from Millennium Entertainment in conjunction with the "new" Hammer. Earlier this year, Millennium came out with a DVD set consisting of DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS, FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN, and THE LEGEND OF THE read more

THE CLEAR HORROR OF DRACULA

Nitrate from the Grave Posted by Terry Sherwood on Aug 31, 2013

As a long time classic horror buff l was overjoyed to read the News that HAMMER FILMS would be releasing the 1958 production of DRACULA or as it was known in North America HORROR OF DRACULA to Blu ray format. I have had the pleasure of viewing a copy recently and can safely say without a doubt it is read more
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