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Dracula, a tribute

Once Upon a Screen Posted by Aurora on May 20, 2012

This week (May 26th to be exact) marks the 125th anniversary of the release of Bram Stoker’s novel, Dracula.  It went on sale for the first time in London bookshops on that day in 1897.  Since (to me) that novel introduced what would become the single, most popular and influential character in popul read more

Why is Dracula (1931) so damn scary?

Stardust Posted by Vanessa on Apr 26, 2012

Why is Dracula (1931) so damn scary? Okay, so this is already the second time I've mentioned Dracula (1931) in my baby blog.  Why, you ask?  Because it's one of those movies that had a very profound effect on me the first time I watched it (and every hundredth time after t read more

Which Is The Greatest Dracula Movie Of All Time?

Classic Horror Campaign Posted by Richard on Apr 18, 2012

To help commemorate the 100th anniversary of Bram Stoker’s death the Classic Horror Campaign has decided to ask YOU our fangtastic supporters and followers  – which is the greatest DRACULA movie of all time? Putting aside all the various sequels from Universal Pictures and Hammer Films read more

Fangs For The Memories! Celebrating 100 Years Of Dracula

Classic Horror Campaign Posted by Richard on Apr 13, 2012

Bram Stoker, author of legendary vampire novel Dracula, died exactly 100 years ago this April 20th. The tale of an evil vampire count on the loose in Victorian England has spawned countless horror films from the silent Nosferatu in 1922 right up to Dario Argento’s upcoming Dracula 3D and our o read more


Classic Horror Campaign Posted by Richard on Mar 4, 2012

The Classic Horror Campaign in association with the Rue Morgue UK facebook page presents : CREEPY CLASSIC HORROR TRAILERS today featuring Bela Lugosi’s iconic DRACULA (1931)! Rue Morgue magazine has a tradition of combining coverage of contemporary horror alongside a celebration of the classic read more

Countess Dracula (1971)

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by Kristen on Jan 25, 2012

To start, thanks for the recommendations from Mrs. This One from the Mrs. and Mrs. blog (check out the awesome blog via the link on the BlogRoll).  I’m running out of pre-written reviews and needed something so I’ll definitely be checking out the recommends over the weekend.  I’m read more

Thrillers and Chillers, Happy Birthday: Count Dracula.. I mean, Béla Lugosi !

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Oct 20, 2010

Béla Lugosi (20 October 1882 – 16 August 1956) . Was best known for playing Count Dracula in the Broadway play and Film . Lugosi was approached in the summer of 1927 to star in a Broadway production of Dracula adapted by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston from Bram Stoker's novel. read more

Dracula (1931)

Le Mot du Cinephiliaque Posted by Michael on Jul 21, 2010

TSPDT Greatest Films #835 Dracula (Tod Browning, 1931)From one of the best director of Horror films, Tod Browning, the greatest horror novel of all time comes alive with the best impersonnator of the greatest vampire!The story, if you haven't seen it or read it already, tells how the count Dracula read more

The Tomb of Dracula (1980, Okazaki Minoru)

The Stop Button Posted by on Sep 7, 2009

I read somewhere the Japanese started producing anime because there was no way to combat live action American imports. With its narration and lame plotting (it somehow isn’t epical–maybe because Tomb of Dracula was produced for television, complete with convenient commercial breaks), it read more

Son of Dracula (1943, Robert Siodmak)

The Stop Button Posted by on Sep 4, 2008

Son of Dracula doesn’t open well. The first scene’s all right, but once Louise Allbritton shows up–in the second scene–things start to go downhill. Allbritton’s one of the film’s constant problems. She’s a terrible actress and, in a film in desperate need o read more