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Film Review: Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

Steeped in atmospheric dread, Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre is easily one of the most distinctive vampire movies ever made. With its mystical imagery and foreboding score, the film gradually takes on the appearance of a bad dream, a waking nightmare from which none of the characters can escape. 821 more words

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Van Helsing (2004).

Here’s the surprise! A ‘Film Friday‘ post…on a Saturday. This is actually to make up for last week’s non-existent post. So please enjoy! 520 more words

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Further Thoughts about Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web

There is some debate about the Semantic Web from an ethical perspective. There are concerns about the potential it has to create a massive invasion of privacy and also that the results that it creates miss out on the ambiguous or implicit communications that humans have. 171 more words

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Ten things I learned about Count Dracula (AKA: Bram Stoker's Count Dracula)

1970

1-Everyone gets all wide eyed and fearful if you say you are going to Castle Dracula.

2-Dracula doesn’t like to dust, but he does like having candles everywhere. 319 more words

Blood Queen vs. Dracula #1 Review

It’s a marriage of monstrosities, of classic horror drawn from real life historical individuals. Vlad the Impaler. The blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory. Blood and magic will flow, as Dracula looks for his queen in an epic team-up from… 282 more words

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Dracula (1958) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Dracula (1958) Directed by Terence Fisher. With Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling and Carol Marsh.

Inspired by Bram Stoker’s seminal novel, Dracula, Terence Fisher’s film is the first in a line of ‘Count Dracula’ Hammer Horror productions adapted for the silver screen. 337 more words

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