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Dracula Retold: From Gothic Horror to Tragic Hero

Dracula Retold: From Gothic Horror to Tragic Hero [Infographic]

Dracula: From gothic horror to tragic hero. How did this happen? The Evil one may have been a man at one time but he is no more. Do not mistake him for a mere misunderstood man for it will cost you your everlasting soul.

Bela Lugosi as Count Mora in "Mark of the Vampire" (1935) with Carroll Borland as Luna.  Very fun.  Story's a bit dumb, but they had a lot more special effects budget than in Dracula four years earlier.  I think it's much more fun to watch.  Hard to find a copy, though. (Thx Johan)

Tod Browning's 1935 MGM classic: Mark of the Vampire, with Mr. Dracula himself, Bela Lugosi

"Count Dracula (Christopher Lee)" -  when the British produced the classic monster movies ~:^]>

Christopher Lee's incredible life remembered as he passes away

"Count Dracula (Christopher Lee)" - when the British company, Hammer, produced the classic monster movies

This is the face I make when I eat my moms food. Replace the creepy house with a plate of her food and this chick is ready to vacuum every morsel.

thedarkestthirst: “ ‘Salems Lot by Peter Stan ” My favorite vampire movie by Steven King, Salem’s Lot

Dracula "Bloodline" characters<<I'm a little upset that Carmilla isn't involved in these things more often.

Handy vampire bloodline tracks all your favorite bloodsuckers

Dracula's Bloodline by Matthew Griffin. In 2013 I was commissioned by In The Company of Huskies to create a family tree graphic of some of popular culture's most famous vampires, in celebration of the Bram Stoker festival.

Lon Chaney Jr - The Wolfman - 1941. The film stars Lon Chaney, Jr. as The Wolf Man, featuring Claude Rains, Evelyn Ankers, Ralph Bellamy, Patric Knowles, Béla Lugosi, and Maria Ouspenskaya. The title character has had a great deal of influence on Hollywood's depictions of the legend of the werewolf

Lon Chaney Jr - The Wolfman - The film stars Lon Chaney, Jr. as The Wolf…

New Orleans Is A Hot Bed Of Vampire Activity - We all know the stories from Ann Rice's Vampire Chronicles about the vampires of New Orleans and if you ever walked the dark rainy streets of the French Quarter at night you could believe in almost...

New Orleans Vampires

New Orleans Is A Hot Bed Of Vampire Activity - We all know the stories from Ann Rice's Vampire Chronicles about the vampires of New Orleans and if you ever walked the dark rainy streets of the French Quarter at night you could believe.

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