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The Horror Crossover Encyclopedia: House of Mystery #227

Join us each week as we share a new excerpt from Robert E. Wronski Jr.’s book, The Horror Crossover Encyclopedia, now available in print and digital editions! 329 more words

Publishing

Family Discussions While Watching Dracula on MDW

My dad put Bram Stroker’s Dracula on TV because there was surprisingly nothing else on. We’re all fans of the movie in my house so it wasn’t really a problem, but it isn’t really what you would call a Memorial Day Weekend flick. 577 more words

Popcorn

Dracula Untold Review

I understand that it has been a long time since Dracula Untold first aired in cinemas, however before going to see Dracula at the cinema I read the reviews, which – safe to say – weren’t short from appalling. 775 more words

Zerotohero

Naming Our Characters: Part 3

Giving our characters suitable names is of utmost importance. Can you imagine Count Dracula with any other name? Scarlett O’Hara?

The following is an excerpt from… 705 more words

Baby Names

The Eye of Cyclops

In the Chambers of the Elder Vampires, Vampire Bat and Vampire Owl has a discussion. It wasn’t about the wars this time, but it was not a case of peace either. 903 more words

Fiction

Scary Silents: "The Haunted Castle"

The Goddess is a busy hellspawn, as I’m sure you all know by now. For the past couple weeks, I’ve been running my little cloven hooves off, doing promotional radio shows for… 2,015 more words

Horror Film

Dracula - Bram Stoker

I thoroughly enjoyed Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

Little highlights, for me, included: the occasional particularly beautiful and poignant turn of phrase; the refined, polite, Victorian reflections of the characters; the dramatic and varied surroundings and (most surprisingly to me) the consistent depiction of Dracula as a man afflicted with something of a terrible infectious disease or illness… 306 more words

Fiction