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A Dracula where the women fight back – The Boston Globe

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Owners infuse Romanian history to Dracula-themed wine bar in downtown St. Pete The Crow’s Nest at USF St. Petersburg – The Crow’s Nest

Courtesy of Ana Dominguez | The Crows Nest By Ana Dominguez After the Neamtu family fled Romania three years ago and moved to St. Petersburg, they noticed that the city was missing something they could truly relate to. Their culture was being underrepresented in Pinellas County and the family knew that needed to change. Continue reading


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Meet Dracula authors great-grand nephew tonight! – wnky.com

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Cape Cod theater: Halloween season with ‘The Addams Family,’ Dracula – Cape Cod Times

Cape Cod Times| Cape Cod Times October is the time for ghost stories, or vampire stories, or anything creepy and spooky and a few Cape Cod theaters are offering that those told live. Here are our reviewers' looks at Halloween-season productions: "The Vourdalak" from the Academy of Performing Arts in Orleans; "The Addams Family Musical" at Cape Cod Theatre Company/Harwich Junior Theatre; and Chatham Drama Guild's "Dracula." (And notice that one man is behind two of these scary choices...) By Shannon Goheen Written by: Bragan Thomas; directed by Thomas and Jonathan Ryder; presented by the Academy of Performing Arts What its about: A British Lord is traveling by horseback to Bucharest when he gets caught in a serious thunderstorm. He takes refuge under a tree with others and meets a local who invites him to spend the night Continue reading


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Netflix Added 36 New Movies and Series This Week – What’s on Netflix

Its the end of the week and its time to look back at everything new that hit Netflix over the last 7 days in the United States. Below, youll find a list of all 36 new titles to arrive plus well also look through whats been trending in the US Netflix top 10s Continue reading


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"A Tale of Two Villains: Theme and Symbolism in Dracula and the Harry Potter Saga" Available Now from Histria Books – openPR

Las Vegas, NV, October 18, 2022 --(PR.com)--Histria Books is pleased to announce the release of "A Tale of Two Villains: Theme and Symbolism in Dracula and the Harry Potter Saga," by Calvin Cherry. The book is published by Gaudium Publishing, an imprint of Histria Books dedicated to outstanding works of non-fiction in a variety of fields. Continue reading


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The Vampire and Its Cultural History Exponent – Exponent

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Corin Hardy Releases The Schedule For His Halloween Horrorthon 2022 – Empire

Fresh from directing the latest series ofGangs of London, horror aficionado and friend of Empire, Corin Hardy (The Nun,The Hallow), is hosting a Halloween horror weekend at The Picture House Cinema in Uckfield. Dubbing it the Horrorthon,hes lined up a terrifying mix of classic horrors, many of which are celebrating landmarkanniversaries and theres also an all-ages animated spook-fest featuring a Tim Burton double bill, so smaller family members dont feel left out. Halloween is very important to me, Hardy says Continue reading


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Shows like Interview with the Vampire: 8 titles to sink your teeth into next – Android Authority

AMCs new adaptation of Anne Rices Interview with the Vampire has been getting terrific reviews. Its a wonderful take on the popular novel, previously adapted as the 1994 film of the same name, and its streaming on AMC Plus. If youre one of its legions of new fans, you may be planning your next obsession. Continue reading


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Bram Stokers Dracula review Gary Oldman is Pierrot from hell in blood-red 90s take – The Guardian

Francis Ford Coppolas vampire tale is now revived in cinemas for its 30th anniversary, with Gary Oldman the fierce and anguished count who hundreds of years ago renounced God and embraced an eternity of parasitic horror in his rage at the unjust death of his countess (played by Winona Ryder). Dressed like the Pierrot from hell in his vast Transylvanian castle, Dracula then buys property in Victorian London, and appears there in the style of a sinister young dandy, on the scent of a woman who looks exactly like his late wife: the winsome Mina (Ryder again), fiancee to the equally demure young lawyer who journeyed to Romania to draw up Draculas contracts: Jonathan, played by Keanu Reeves. This Dracula isnt from Coppolas great 70s/80s period, but it has a melodramatic and operatic energy and draws on the look and feel of Hollywoods pre-Code salaciousness and the silent movie madness of Nosferatu though the expressionist shadows are blood-red, not black. Continue reading


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