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Vampires Are the New Zombies

Forget about the zombie apocalypse. It appears to be time for the vampire renaissance. In the apparently never-ending battle for cultural superiority that rages constantly between vampires and zombies, the fanged ones are looking to move back ahead. I guess you really can’t keep a dead man down. Deadline (or should it be “Undeadline”?) is [...]

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Back to Basics—Dracula

Although Dracula first came to life, if you’ll excuse the phrase, in Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel, it was through the 1931 Universal Studios film that he truly gained immortality. When watched now, it’s slightly difficult to see what it is that caused Dracula to become arguably one of the most important movies in history. It’s all [...]

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The Lair of the White Worm

Evil snake women, profane pagan rituals, human sacrifice, blasphemous psychedelic visions, women in bondage, topless nuns, bagpipe abuse—yes, I can only be talking about one film: The Lair of the White Worm, Ken Russell’s campy, phantasmagoric 1988 cult classic. Russell is a respected, though controversial, director with a singular vision and a noted penchant for [...]

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