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Francis Ford Coppola's 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'

Going to have a bit of a vampire week here at Cinemageddon since The Strain will be airing it’s season finale on Sunday. In a semi celebration of all the nibbling blood lovers we will review as many films as possible. 535 more words


Kurt, Bernie, the Earl of Suffolk — and Bram Stoker

It’s a poor day when you don’t learn anything new. Here are three new things I’ve learned:

1. Kurt and Bernie

Nope, not two new characters on Sesame Street. 341 more words

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Dark Arts Exhibition 2


I’m not sure what blows me away more – the fact that I was lucky to be a part of the exhibition this year also, or the fact that my name is next to the amazingly talented Daniel Horne.  73 more words

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The End of "Dracula"

I finished “Dracula” last night. It was a really good book, and I’m just amazed by Stoker’s imagination! How he figured all this stuff out in the late 1800s is beyond me.

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St Michan's Church - A cryptic history

St Michan’s Church, on Church Street, is the oldest parish church on the north side of the Liffey, and the building dates from 1686. The church was originally founded in 1095 and operated as a Catholic church until the Reformation. 340 more words


Unexpectedly Scary

I’m reading Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” at the moment. It’s a really good book, but when reading it, I’ve never thought that it’s scary. Sure, there are unexpected twists and turns and it can be disturbing at times, but scary? 42 more words

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