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Is Dracula Still Scary?

It’s October and ton of us are looking for something spooky to read. Maybe you can’t think of many modern horror books you’re interested in, or maybe you’ve read them all already. 745 more words

Dracula - Chapter 22


3 October.—As I must do something or go mad, I write this diary. It is now six o’clock, and we are to meet in the study in half an hour and take something to eat; for Dr. 2,961 more words


Thoughts about Dracula, and other stuff...

I’ve finished ‘translating’ Dracula, expect the last bit of it to be posted on October 27th. I’ve also started going over the new version to check my edits and I have found at least one or two problems in each chapter, something which I missed on the first go-around. 615 more words


Bela Lugosi's Dead

Let me be honest with you: I can’t stand this song.

I downloaded it without listening first (a mistake), and I cannot fathom why anyone likes it. 240 more words

Into my Bookshelf: The Invisible Man

Welcome back to my bookshelf!

As far as classic monster tales, H. G. Wells’s The Invisible Man is easily my favorite, and surprisingly under-read. Griffin is up there with Dracula and Frankenstein (I vastly prefer him to Frankenstein), but in spite of the incredible number of reimaginings of the story through time, if people have read any Wells, it’s usually not this one. 418 more words

Charlotte Blackwood

Stocktober • Dracula

Tony here again, my next Universal monster I bring to you is Dracula! I’m not a huge fan of this version of the character, but you can’t deny his impact on the genre. 11 more words

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Dracula - Chapter 21, cont.

The moonlight was so bright that through the thick yellow blind the room was light enough to see. On the bed beside the window lay Jane Harker, her face flushed and breathing heavily as though in a stupor. 3,136 more words