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To Ward Off Evil

Linnea’s boyfriends had teased her about the bulb of garlic she placed in bed. They said things like, “If you take a bite, your breath is going to make me sleep on the couch.” And: “Should I get a squirt gun full of holy water? 208 more words



I downloaded the iBook in 4S two years ago but didn’t manage to read it because the screen is just too small for breaking me into classics. 583 more words


My Phone Is Dead

Mhmm, it’s dead. Well and truly. Well not quite, it’s more like it has contracted a terminal illness. That illness is Android 5. Seriously, Lollipop has wrecked my phone and it now constantly reboots when it goes into sleep mode. 538 more words

Casual Thoughts

Luke Evans Officially Leaves The Crow Remake

According to an articled from Indie Revolver, Actor Luke Evans, Dracula Untold, has left The Crow remake project, being developed by Relativity Media, in order to pursue other projects. 84 more words


Classic Film Review: Dracula (1931)

There are few images more reminiscent of the golden age of the silver screen than Bela Lugosi staring wide-eyed at the camera, his dark hair slicked back, surrounded by a black cape, the collar sitting high on his neck. 985 more words


Bram Stoker's Dracula

Hi everyone! Today we’re talking about vampires! (not the Twilight ones, but the original!)

As you all can see, I’m going to be studying Abraham ‘Bram’ Stoker, and his most famous work: “Dracula.” Bram lived in Dublin in the mid 19th century. 232 more words