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Six Worst Draculas: Blood for Dracula

I’ve spent the past week going through some of the worst Draculas to ever appear in film or on television. For the most part, I’ve limited it to the more well-known performances like Gary Oldman (Bram Stoker’s Dracula) and Richard … Continue reading

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Six Worst Draculas: Hotel Transylvania

For Halloween tomorrow, I’m going to finish my list of the Six Worst Draculas. However, tonight, I’m including a dishonorable mention. 2012 was the year the world was supposed to come to an end (remember that whole Mayan prophecy thing … Continue reading

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Six Worst Draculas: Van Helsing

Perhaps one of the most ambitious films to include Dracula arrived in theaters back in 2004, and that was Van Helsing, a monster hunter film starring Hugh Jackman. The film was intended to launch a series of films (didn’t happen), … Continue reading

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Six Worst Draculas: Blade: Trinity

For today’s #3 entry in my countdown of the “Six Worst Draculas,” we’re returning to the silver screen in 2004 for not only one of the worst Draculas but also one of the worst vampire hunter films ever. After two … Continue reading

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Six Worst Draculas: Buffy, the Vampire Slayer

As yesterday’s blog post for my “Six Worst Draculas” countdown proved, the year 2000 wasn’t a good one for the king of the vampires. Believe it or not, it got worse. For the number four worst Dracula on my list, … Continue reading

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Six Worst Draculas: Dracula 2000

One of the toughest challenges with any long-running property is keeping up with the changing times. For Dracula, that need to modernize the myth resulted in the film Dracula 2000, or rather Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000. When a film … Continue reading

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Six Worst Draculas: Bram Stoker’s Dracula

The biggest, baddest vampire of them all remains Dracula. The king of the vampires has appeared in near-countless films and TV shows since he was created by author Bram Stoker. We’ve seen some brilliant takes on the legendary bloodsucker, but … Continue reading

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Fangs God It’s Friday: Rebecca

One of the weirdest vampire films I’ve watched is The Moth Diaries. This 2011 film was based on a novel of the same title by Rachel Klein. The story focuses on Rebecca, whose poet father committed suicide two years prior. … Continue reading

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Fangs God It’s Friday: Dracula

In 2004, Warner Brothers went for an entirely different animated series starring Batman simply called The Batman. I recently tried to watch it, and while it wasn’t bad, I can’t say it got me all that excited. Trying to top … Continue reading

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Fangs God It’s Friday: Charley Brewster

I’m using today’s Fangs God It’s Friday to pay tribute to actor Anton Yelchin. The young actor who achieved his greatest acclaim for playing the part of Pavel Chekov in the Star Trek reboot died this past Sunday in a … Continue reading

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