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Vampire, The Key Word on the Movie Poster

I have no idea why some of us yearn to get a good scare as a kid watching movies on the late, late show but I sure did. 549 more words

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Dracula Prisoner of Frankenstein (1973)

Dracula prisoner of Frankenstein (1973)

Directed by:Jess Franco

Cast:Howard Vernon,Dennis Price,Brit Nichols

Utterly nonsensical mishmash of vampire/mad scientist clischees with a storyline that defies logic but with an atmosphere so ethereal and a direction/cinematography so adventurous and experimental  that it simply radiates love for film making in every frame of this one, Dracula prisoner of Frankenstein is just another excuse for Tio Jess to make another movie with some of his regulars, all he needed was a few cans of film stock and a cookie-cutter storyline . 206 more words

My Favourite Vampire with Sarah from Good Nightmare

This post accompanies The FrankenPod episode My Favourite Vampire

Dracula is one of those monsters who is so pervasive and terrifying, I’ve already explored how he has been contorted and manipulated to fit our social anxieties. 493 more words

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Sherrielock Holmes Meets The Egyptian Vampiress Isis

Sherrielock Holmes Meets The Egyptian Vampiress Isis

Sherrielock Holmes got off the elevator and entered the Champagne Bar on the 3rd floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. 494 more words

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The Awesome Blogger Award

The Awesome Blogger Award

Canadian vampire hunter Dracul Van Helsing was making out with the Aztec vampire princess Qonzilqointec in a luxurious hotel room in Bucharest, Romania. 455 more words

Vampire Novel

Dracul Van Helsing In Transylvania

Dracul Van Helsing In Transylvania

The great Canadian vampire hunter Dracul Van Helsing was in Transylvania.

He was visiting the decaying ruins of Castle Dracula in the Carpathian Mountains near the Borgo Pass. 438 more words

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Dracula Has Risen from the Grave Review


It’s time for another Dracula film. This series has never been particularly good and this one is no exception. Dracula’s a joke and everyone knows it. 1,233 more words

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