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DRACULA A.D. 1972 (1972)

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Hammer Films tried to freshen up the Dracula series and did so by bringing The Count (Christopher Lee) to modern day London and brought back Peter Cushing as Van Helsing! 714 more words

Tomb Of Nostalgia

Hotel Transylvania (2012) Review 3.3/5

I know it is not Halloween time (Cough. . . I wish it was) but I was in the mood for this film. Since the second movie is coming out near the end of September, I do not think it is much of a problem. 1,313 more words

Animated Films

Three Vampires (2015)

1. Count Dracula.
2. Nosferatu.
3. Beetles.
It has been said-
That they gently slip
into an ant bed.


Dracula would've been very different if Bram Stoker trusted cops

According to new revelations, Bram Stoker’s Dracula didn’t exactly start off as the book many know and love. Had it not been for the Scotland Yard’s failure to catch Jack the Ripper, Dracula would have been a very different tale. 290 more words


Have you ever been to Romania?

 How nice life is when you have the freedom to travel. My dear colleague and friend Val asked me to come along and visit her lovely country… 120 more words


Anno Dracula: The Bloody Red Baron

Author: Kim Newman

Finished on: 7 June 2015

Where did I get this book: Sent to me by a kind Twitter friend (see earlier post on the fates conspiring against me ever managing to read the house dry!) 476 more words


Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee was an English actor, singer and author, who boasted a record-breaking career spanning nearly 70 years.

He was particularly noted for his roles as the ultimate villain, including: Francisco Scaramanga in the James Bond film, The Man with the Golden Gun (1974); Saruman in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy (2001-2003), and The Hobbit film trilogy (2012-2014); and, Count Dooku in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002), and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005). 192 more words

James Bond