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The Lair of the White Worm (1988)

2014 #27
Ken Russell | 90 mins | TV | 16:9 | UK / English | 18 / R

The Lair of the White Worm looks cheap, has a ridiculous story, overacted characters and overcooked dialogue, and by all rights should be a disaster. 210 more words

4 Stars

And so we remained till the red of the dawn began to fall through the snow gloom. I was desolate and afraid, and full of woe and terror.

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Like two books in one.

Neil R. Storey’s The Dracula Secrets – Jack The Ripper And The Darkest Sources Of Bram Stoker combines a fairly straightforward biography of Dracula’s author, Bram Stoker, with completely separate chapters about the notorious Whitechapel Murders. 542 more words


Dave McKean’s Gothic artwork for British Library

Batman artist Dave McKean has created a Frankenstein and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde-inspired piece of art for the British Library’s new Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination… 176 more words


Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 8 - Day And Nicholson

Two great horror author guests this week and two people who are hard-working and are living their dreams… 

Charles Day is the Horror Writer Association’s Mentor Program Chairperson, Co-Chair for the NY/LI Chapter, and a member of the HWA Library committee. 355 more words

Armand Rosamilia

Stoker: Its Light Can Be Here on Earth

“She is one of God’s women, fashioned by His own hand to show us men and other women that there is a heaven where we can enter, and that its light can be here on earth. 30 more words


Short essay - Bram Stoker

I decided to publish my short essays on the readings from the Fantasy and Science Fiction: The Human Mind, Our Modern World course syllabus. The course started on the 1st of June and finished on the 14th of August. 358 more words