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Dracula's Really Dead

by Chris Buchanan
Poetry, 2015

Dracula’s really dead this time
and he’s not coming back when
you bleed on his bones. He’s still
in his tomb this time, still as they… 147 more words


One year, one film: 1931 - Dracula

One year, one film: 1931

The film:
Dracula, dir. Tod Browning
starring Bela Lugosi

Recommended | Highly Recommended | MUST-SEE

Bela Lugosi gives an iconic performance in the title role of this early-’30s Universal horror flick.

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100 Word Review - Dracula (1958)

Everyone knows the story of Dracula.

Not to be confused with the Gary Oldman one, or the Bela Lugosi one, or the Jonathan Rhys Myers one, or the Frank Langella one, and definitely not the Gerard Butler one (what were they thinking?), this is The Christopher Lee One. 55 more words

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Review: "The Vampire Bat" (1933)

“These are the TALONS of The Vampire Bat!” They might as well have named this film How To Make a Cheap Knock-Off of Dracula Without Really Trying… 336 more words



Although I did not understand the whole text, the world vampire made its meaning quite clear. Thrilling, it was impossible to miss. Vampires attract all kinds of people. 937 more words


Film review: The Black Camel (1931)

Director: Hamilton MacFadden. Writers: Barry Conners, Philip Klein, based on the novel by Earl Derr Biggers. Starring: Warner Oland, Sally Eilers, Bela Lugosi, Dwight Frye, Dorothy Revier, Victor Varconi, Murray Kinnell, William Post Jr., Robert Young, Violet Dunn, Otto Yamaoka, Hamilton MacFadden. 571 more words