At Syfy, friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes of the creepy loves of Count Dracula in comics, film and animation.
Karina Longworth explores the lives and careers of Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff on You Must Remember This.
BBC Radio 4 produces “The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula.” Listen to Sherlock Holmes investigate Dracula in BBC Radio’s 1981 production of “Sherlock Holmes vs Dracula.” And Orson Welles and Agnes Moorehead star in the Mercury Theater of the Air’s production of “Dracula.”
BBC Radio 4 has “Hammer Horror’s the Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula” as part of its Fright Night programming for Halloween. While you wait for it to air, you can listen to Owen Teale’s reading of The Omen.
Even in strictly human terms, Dracula really isn’t that old. Bram Stoker published Dracula in 1897. That’s just 120 years. There’s a woman in France who lived to 122. Yet it has the feel of one of the original legends of humankind, not so much a modern story […]
“In 1924, Dracula premiered on stage in London, adapted by Irish actor and playwright Hamilton Deane. This production introduced the world to the charming, well-coifed, tuxedo-clad Count Dracula, as portrayed by Raymond Huntley (who allegedly provided his own costume). Without the subtleties a novel provides, Count Dracula’s sophisticated demeanor and […]