Tod Browning’s “Dracula” (1931) is widely regarded as one of the best vampire movies ever made. But what’s it like to someone who barely knows anything about the film? Erin Chapman takes a look through “virgin eyes.”
Matthew E Banks’ review of Gary D. Rhodes’ recent publication, “Tod Browning’s Dracula” (2014). Rhodes is a School of Creative Arts lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast and a prolific Lugosi scholar. Should you buy it?
Vamped wishes you all a safe and Merry Christmas and happy holidays. We also have some special treats for all you good boys and girls — and the naughty ones, too. Find some last minute gift ideas and other goodies.
Welcome to the fourth installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in November? Halloween treats, a trip to London, Bela Lugosi’s vampire movies, our website getting targeted by a vampire hunter and lots more!
Bela Lugosi (1882–1956) is best-known for his iconic portrayal of the Count in “Dracula” (1931). But it wasn’t the only time he played a vampire on screen. Matthew E Banks sheds light on Bela’s other vampire portrayals.