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Science Ranks the Scariest Movies of All Time – The Dad

(Columbia Pictures) You thought you knew Rick Moranis?Sorry to break it to you pal, but you dont. In fact, here are 15 facts you probably didnt know about him. Facts so good you could impress other dads at daycare pickup by slipping one of these bad boys into casual conversation. Continue reading


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Filmmaker moves home during COVID and makes a horror movie with Mom and Dad – CBS News 8

SAN DIEGO When the pandemic forced a filmmaker to move back home with his parents, the 28-year old decided to shoot a horror movie with his mom and dad. In this Zevely Zone, I dared to find out what was 'Beneath" this fantastic film shot on a $200 budget. The short film begins with a woman lying in bed in the middle of the night Continue reading


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Dracula is Halloween royalty after all, he is a count and dresses the part – Ellwood City Ledger

Louise Carroll| For The Ledger Halloween is almost upon us. Bats, spiders and jack o' lanterns are the dcors of the day and boo is the buzz word. I like all fall decorations the leaves, the cornstalks, the scarecrows and the fall flavors Continue reading


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Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors is Menlo School’s offering on Halloween weekend – InMenlo

by Contributed Content on October 27, 2020 Menlo Drama is livestreaming Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors, a lightning fast, laugh-out-loud comedy by Gordon Greenberg and Steve Rosen onFriday, October 30, and Saturday, October 31, at 7:00 pm. Continue reading


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Beer Brand Will Take Over Draculas Transylvania Castle This Halloween – Adweek

When the Irish gothic novelist Bram Stoker wrote Dracula in 1897, he couldnt possibly have foreseen the monumental and lasting influence his book would have on literature, art and movies. Today, Count Dracula continues to be writ large in popular culture, making an appearance around Halloween when adults and children alike don black capes and fake white teeth and regale in blood-curdling tales of vampires and their hapless victims. Almost as famous as Dracula himself is the fictional vampires rumored abode: a sprawling, gothic fortress of Bran Castle in Transylvania, Romania, which you can visit virtually this Halloween. Continue reading


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Blu-ray Review: THE BRIDES OF DRACULA – ScreenAnarchy

Today's Blu-ray review may not be available in time (the North American street date is November 10) for the spookiest time of the year, but if you're like me, you love all things creepy year round. I know I keep saying it, but Shout Factory/Scream Factory continues to impress with their acquisition of older titles from Hammer's filmography Continue reading


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Edward Gorey’s sets for the 1977 Broadway production of Dracula – Boing Boing

Boing Boing contributor Mark Dery (author of the magnificent and definitive Gorey biography, Born to Be Posthumous) posted this link yesterday on social media. It's a piece on the website CrimeReads detailing the 1970s run of Dracula on Broadway with incredible (award-winning) sets and costume designs by Gorey. The production was a smash; Langella was a sensation, and the production picked up a Tony award for Most Innovative Production of a Revival Continue reading


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Dracula: On the Air and Out for Blood The Review – University of Delaware Review

Overall, Dracula provides an entertaining and spooky story to listen to this October or any month for that matter. Although it is not theatre in the format we are used to, it is nonetheless a worthwhile listen. Courtesy of REP/THE REVIEW Another production from REP. Continue reading


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Top 6 Classic Universal Monster Movies the nicholls worth – Nicholls Worth

Halloween is finally here, and its time to rewatch old monster movies like Dracula and Frankenstein. After watching the original Universal Monsters films, I have ranked these films based on how their stories have impacted our culture. These films all share the same universe, much like the Marvel Cinematic Universe today Continue reading


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Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned Is One of the Worst Anime AND Marvel Movies – CBR – Comic Book Resources

Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned is one of Marvel's first animated films. It is also one of the worst anime ever produced. Continue reading


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