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Hanoi, and the beauty in small things

It’s time to talk about Hanoi.

About a life lived in fragments, about the fragments of planes, and even of planes which left lives in fragments. 555 more words


"Dark Shadows" TV Series (1966-1971)

For the last couple of months I have been completely obsessed with the classic TV series “Dark Shadows” that originally ran from 1966 to 1971. 606 more words

Alina Happy Hansen

Horror History: John L. Balderston

John L. Balderston
Born Oct. 22nd, 1889 – Died Mar. 8th, 1954

Ever wonder why the original ’30s film versions of Dracula and Frankenstein didn’t seem to follow the novels too much? 168 more words

Horror History

#OTD in 1912 – Death of Bram Stoker, the Dublin born writer who created Dracula.

Death of novelist Bram Stoker, author of Dracula which was first published in 1897. Born in Dublin, Stoker was bed-ridden for much of his childhood, but lived a relatively healthy life during his adulthood. 241 more words

Irish History

Top 10 Movie Vampires

They have thrilled us and chilled us for centuries. But it was their arrival on the silver screen that truly catapulted the undead into our lives. 77 more words


Food For Death

Bram Stoker died 106 years ago on April 20th, 1912. Many of us will never forget this great writer nor the amazing works and characters he created. 330 more words


Monster Family (2017)

Sky Cinema releases a small film to demonstrate the importance of family in a fun and creative way.

The story is based on the Wishbone family, Emma Wishbone (Emily Watson) works in the local bookshop, which struggles for business, while taking care of her family. 176 more words