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Top 10 Vampire Destruction Scenes #2 Dracula: Prince of Darkness (Stake Through the Heart)

A staking had to be here somewhere.  It’s such an essential method to dispatching the undead, that it would almost be a crime not to have it here, somewhere.   551 more words


Disco Vampire Love

Before vampires were sparkling in the sunlight George Hamilton was sparkling under the disco ball in Love at First Bite, a 70’s era Bram Stoker’s Dracula parody. 290 more words


Penny Dreadful: And Hell Itself My Only Foe Review (S2 E9)

Sunday night’s penultimate episode of Penny Dreadful Season Two left a lot of questions going into the finale, though many of them are well-answerable by the end of the season. 843 more words


Van Helsing (2004, Stephen Sommers)

These reviews reveal plot twists.

Setting: Paris, the Vatican and mostly Transylvania – 1887 and 1888.

Faithful to the novel? It’s a totally new story using some of the people from the book, though in the eponymous character’s case the similarities end with his surname. 259 more words


Christopher Lee - A Fond Farewell

A gentleman and a true legend. Turned me on to white suits. They don’t make them like that anymore. Goodbye, old friend. May you rest in peace.

Sound And Vision

Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966, Terence Fisher)

Setting: Kalsbad in what is now Germany, 10 years after the events of the 1958 Hammer movie Dracula.

Faithful to the novel? In effect, it’s a sequel to the events of the book. 183 more words



Brahm Stoker did a really good job on this book. I enjoyed it a lot. Twilight has nothing on this book. This book fascinated me because I didn’t realize vampires had to be scary. 98 more words