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For Your Halloween Viewing Pleasure

Happy Halloween! I know it’s a bit of a drag to have Halloween fall on a Sunday, but I hope you manage to enjoy it anyway. I’m sure you probably partied hard last night, as well you should’ve. And now you’re slumped over on the couch, unable to put a lot of effort into figuring out [...]

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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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A Bloodsucking Placeholder

Yes, I know. This is supposed to be an article on Dracula, Universal Studios‘ 1931 film directed by Tod Browning. Don’t worry, it’s in progress. But as I sat at my computer, typing away and nervously eying the clock, I realized it just won’t be finished today. There is so much interesting information to cover [...]

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Back to Basics—Universal Horror

The days are growing shorter, there’s a chill in the air and the store shelves are filling with costumes and candy. This can mean only one thing: Halloween is near. This year, all the cool kids will be parading around in their Avatar, Iron Man 2 and Prince of Persia costumes, and that’s fine. To [...]

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