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Blood, Life, Death & Resurrection - Stoker Style

While many around the world are celebrating Easter Sunday, some of us are commemorating today as the 102nd anniversary of Bram Stoker’s Death. So what better way to honour Bram’s Death Day than by briefly exploring the Easter message of blood, life, death and resurrection in Dracula? 597 more words


1912 - Death of Dublin writer Bram Stoker, creator of Dracula.

Death of novelist Bram Stoker (b. 1847), author of Dracula which was first published in 1897. Born in Dublin, Stoker was bed-ridden for much of his childhood, but lived a relatively healthy life during his adulthood. 47 more words

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Svengoolie presents ... lesbian vampires in Dracula's Daughter (1936)

Picking up right at the end of Dracula (1931), Dracula’s Daughter (1936) leaves much up to the imagination of the audience, which is about as bad as showing it.   634 more words

Other Reviews

Update, home, Transylvaina, Animals!

I haven’t written in here for so long.

Everything has been utter chaos!

I have been redecorating the girls room, My little granddaughter turned 2 years old…. 202 more words

What Japan taught me about the Bible

People are always asking me what I do in my spare time. That’s a great question. But first, a haiku:

Sometimes we learn things
From an unexpected source… 269 more words

Life Lessons

Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires 1974

Something of a shambles, but enjoyable enough, this hybrid from the Hammer and Shaw Brothers studios mixes vampire horror and kung-fu action; it’s hard to imagine what Peter Cushing made of it all. 65 more words

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