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[Article] The Many Lives of Dracula

When Irish novelist Bram Stoker put pen to paper to craft the work that would eventually become Dracula, he could not have possibly foreseen the impact those pages would have on pop culture in the years that followed.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)

Vampires have always been something I liked from the horror genre. There’s just something about a monster that’s incredibly charming and looks human but can potentially suck you dry of your blood in an instant, that’s makes my skin crawl. 599 more words

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[Article] The Earliest Illustrations Of Literature's Great Classic Monsters

We have our own idea of what modern English and American creatures like Dracula, Frankenstein’s Creature, and the horrors of H.P. Lovecraft look like based on countless adaptations and re-adaptations.

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The Seventies Begin: Count Yorga, Vampire

The 1970s have been called “The Vampire Decade” (cf. Stacy Abbott  (2007) Celluloid Vampires: Life After Death in the Modern World) and you can easily see why. 1,051 more words

MAY 18, 1896: MORE WOLFBANE, VAN HELSING?

MORE WOLFBANE, VAN HELSING?

What’s in a title? Had a certain Gothic horror novel been published under its original title, The Un-dead, would it have achieved legendary status, becoming the iconic depiction of the most infamous character in supernatural fiction? 276 more words

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Nosferatu


Nosferatu (1922)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Watching Max Schreck as the vampire Graf Orlok truly is a marvel. Although his face and arms are covered in thick cosmetics, there is not a moment when the graceful performer looks laughable or ridiculous. 609 more words

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