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Dracula – A Tale of Betrayal

Marking the dawn of Vampire stories, Dracula, though not the first, was one of the foremost works responsible for making the undead a household name. Literally translating to “the dragon” or “the devil”, Dracula is purely evil and malevolent to the core. 278 more words


Monster Monday: Abhartach

We all know about vampires and werewolves, or at least we think we do. The legends and myths that inspired these monsters are sometimes surprisingly different, but no less chilling. 302 more words


Dracula Roundtable, Ch. 22 - End

Chris: It’s all over now. We’ve all finished reading Dracula, and now enter the final week of The Stake’s Winter Reading Club. This is when we take the time to synthesize. 2,142 more words


Suffering from the night...

No man knows till he has suffered from the night how sweet and dear to his heart and eye the morning can be.

Bram Stoker


Review: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

So yesterday in my review of Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection for the PSP, I said I was nearing the end of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and would be done in a couple of days. 1,703 more words


Drakula lstanbul'da/Dracula In lstanbul (1953)

‘I read your book on vampires. I think Miss Sadan is a sucker.’

A young lawyer travels to Transylvania to close a business deal with the mysterious aristocrat, Count Dracula, only to find that the local villagers live in fear of him and shun his castle. 551 more words

Movie Reviews

March Madness at Central Arkansas Library System

The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) is throwing a twist into the traditional March Madness bracket. 

Beginning March 1, all CALS branches will be bracketing locations for Heroes and Villains: Character Face-Off, a bracket competition to determine CALS patrons’ favorite literary character.  76 more words