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Dracula Radio Play

Hey! I know we’ve been silent a while, but we are going forward with the Dracula Radio Play! In podcast format, we’ll be putting out the journal entries on the dates of their writing, and in the voices of the characters. 25 more words

Dracula

#34. The Unkown (1927)

This movie is amazing and I feel bad about having never heard of it. The Unkown is less than an hour long, it’s got a wonderfully crazy plot about an ostensibly armless circus performer (who turns out to be a two-thumbed bandit), the acting is great and the mood is creepy and the fact that it’s here on the List at all, this eerie little schlock charmer, has kinda boosted my excitement about the Project, my faith in its roundedness. 992 more words

Quote for 3/27/17

“My friend John, when the corn is grown, even before it has ripened–while the milk of its mother’s earth is in him, and the sunshine has not yet begun to paint him with his gold, the husbandman he pull the ear and rub him between his rough hands, and blow away the green chaff, and say to you: ‘Look! 28 more words

Quote

“I asked him a few questions on Transylvania history, and he warmed up to the subject wonderfully. In his speaking of things and people, and especially of battles, he spoke as if he had been present at them all.” I picked this quote because it kinda foreshadows the fact that the Count is immortal.

Lucy


Lucy walks the garden, grey hair bouncing off her high bare back. The moon above the stormy waters, taking breath from all that’s lacked. Come to me she whispers, part my liquid dreams, take me unto far tomorrows, away from chaste and all that seems believed. 342 more words

Poetry

Episode 1009: The Great Train Robbery

“I implore you to remember the dead!”

Dark Shadows is currently engaged in a murder mystery storyline with no detectives, suspects, corpses or clues. Every few days, the characters forget that they’re doing a mystery story, and the only person who brings it up is the deceased.

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Gordon Russell