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Gemma Welton Dec 10
So I’m watching Bram Stoker’s and I can’t help but notice that in some scenes reminds me of Anyone else?
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Dominik Starck Dec 10
The only sad thing about that movie is the lack of Cushing (even though I enjoyed Andrew Keir a lot). There's something very special about as the menacing dark force that remains silent through the whole movie.
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ally Dec 12
And Mina has collapsed, I assumed it was the corset but no, she is allergic to a small cross. Probably got nickel in it.
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godVeveryone 9h
If you remember the version of the legend..he's got a in theatre scene where Mina is being pursued and there's a film showing background
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Dominik Starck Dec 10
Replying to @a1275m @hammerfilms
I re-watched them like two years ago and was surprised how even the weaker ones still hold up. Taste the Blood of might be my "secret tip" 'cause nobody seems to talk about that one a lot. Really thought it was quite good.
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TheCrossGirl Dec 12
It's sad for me that Dracula traveled the world and couldn't eat a thing during this time. Like all the delicious food from the country he visits? Nope, it's not a blood. What did he do during traveling?! Tasted people?
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Abraham Moses Phillips 2h
one of the most interesting characters in died in 1476 he was the Prince of Wallachia but most will know him as Vlad the Impaler or Vlad Dracula born in 1431. He was 45 at the time of death. He was the legend behind as we know.
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Chaos Pantheon Dec 10
Replying to @MatrixMatriarch
December 5th - Mina Harker. Going old-school, I love the original Mina Harker from Bram Stoker's . Incredibly ahead of her time, Mina was clever, brave and innovative well before women were even seen to be capable of those things in literature.
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noblex_Morningstar Dec 9
Also found footage film when? It's an epistolary novel, the most accurate way to adapt that to film is via found footage.
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Sander Mason Dec 10
When you think that you're giving a charming smile to an attractive woman around the corner but you actually look like this...
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Misha 27m
"I understand that the Count comes from a wolf country, and it may be that he shall get there before us. I propose that we add Winchesters to our armament. I have a kind of belief in a Winchester when there is any trouble of that sort around." Quincey
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Dracula Chronicle 14h
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Freefra.eu Dec 12
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MetalRabbit13 22h
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M. Khamal Murray Dec 11
I'm wondering if the mention of the in (ThomasHarris) was a tribute to BramStokers' DeathHeadMoth in
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Arcelia Dec 4
"A Nightmare of Horror"
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ally Dec 12
Was the screech owl supposed to symbolise fucking? I'm so naive.
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Drive-In Movie Maniacs 5h
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The Markovian Writer 12h
English thoroughly! Almighty, take it was turned to watch over her love. - Metamorphosis's Dracula
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The Markovian Writer Dec 10
Carter, Paterson & Candy from me dizzy. Hamlet say:-- This is most wise. - Anna Karenina's Dracula
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