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Kim Dracula – Wikipedia

Australian trap metal music artist Musical artist Samuel Wellings, known professionally as Kim Dracula, is an Australian trap metal/hardcore music artist from Hobart, Tasmania whose songs have achieved popularity on TikTok.[2] He is known both for original work and for metal covers of songs not typically associated with the genre. Kim Dracula is also the vocalist of Australian heavy metal band Jesterpose, which released the EP COVID-19 in 2020.[3] In November 2020, Kim Dracula released a TikTok metal cover of "Paparazzi" by Lady Gaga.[4] The song was subsequently released to Spotify on 11 December 2020.[5] Their "Paparazzi" cover acquired viral popularity within months, with six million views on YouTube,[6] thirteen million plays on Spotify,[7] and use in over 60,000 TikTok clips[8] before the end of the year. Continue reading


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The Invitation Trailer – Sony Horror Puts Fresh Spin on Brides of Dracula – Bloody Disgusting

The wrath of rats on film essentially began with 1959s The Killer Shrews, but more unambiguous depictions first cropped up in the 70s. This included Bert I. Continue reading


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Dracula Game

The dark underworld has dawned upon us with bloodthirsty creatures and mortals to co-exist. Continue reading


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First trailer for Game of Thrones and Gossip Girl stars’ new take on Dracula – Digital Spy

Dracula's classic tale by Bram Stoker inspires a brand new romance turned horror for The Invitation, and now we have our first look at how the terrifying series of events unfold. The film follows Evie, played by Game of Thrones' Nathalie Emmanuel, and the unintended consequences of her search for belonging. Continue reading


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Fans Think Keanu Reeves Completely Ruined This Horror-Fantasy Classic – Looper

While Keanu Reeves certainly has chops as an action star, many fans haven't been pleased with his more dramatic work. Continue reading


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On Nightmare Noir, Science Fiction, and the Lure of the Gothic – CrimeReads

Successful authors have a personal brand. This is advice Ive received a lot: make sure that when someone sees your name, they have a good idea what theyre getting. Thats the way to find and cultivate an audience Continue reading


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20 Things You Somehow Missed In Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones – WhatCulture

Perhaps the most divisive Prequel flick of the trilogy has once again found itself being revisited by many, thanks to the celebrating of its 20th birthday this year - I'm sure you feel old, too. And while an awful lot has been said about George Lucas' desperate need to cram as much CGI as humanly possible into this chapter of his Skywalker Saga and the fact the film is often remembered more for its meme-able content than its ground-breaking use of storytelling technology, there is still joy to be found in everything from jaw-dropping skirmishes on the battlefield to some of the most pulsating lightsaber action ever committed to the series. As it goes, Attack of the Clones is also the sort of utterly stuffed slice of space-aged goodness that rewards fans for indulging in multiple rewatches over the years, providing many a satisfying sensation upon spotting cheeky cameos, knowing nods to other well-known flicks, and even subtle pieces of foreshadowing towards the dark future that lay ahead for our feature players Continue reading


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Summer Reading List: Summer 2022 Book Recommendations – Geeks of Doom

Summertime brings lots of fun activities, one of which is reading! The warm weather and later daylight hours give us the opportunity to sit and read on the beach, by a lake, in your local park, at a resort, your own backyard, and many more places. Below are some new releases that I personally am looking forward to reading this Summer Continue reading


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ASL-interpreted nights coming to Pioneer Playhouse – The Advocate-Messenger – Danville Advocate

Jared Darwish jared.darwish@bluegrassnewsmedia.com The Pioneer Playhouse will offer ASL-interpreted shows for the first time in the playhouses storied history. These shows will cater to those who are deaf or hard of hearing Continue reading


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Dracula Daily Reminds Us Why We Can Never Get Enough of the Count – tor.com

If youve reared your head online since the 3rd of May this year, you may have noticed a surprising new anxiety sweeping peoples feeds: How fares our friend Jonathan Harker? Continue reading


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