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Dracula: (Printed In Modern Gothic Fonts)
COLLECTOR'S EDITION - PRINTED IN COOL MODERN GOTHIC FONTS THROUGHOUT. Bram Stokers classic vampire masterpiece.
Horror: The Satanic Rites of Dracula/The Bat/The Terror
THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULAChristopher Lee made one of his final appearances on the big screen as the malevolent Count with a lust for blood, in The Satanic Rites of Dracula. In this dark and diabolical tale, Count Dracula fronts a satanic cult that uses a research establishment and real estate business as a cover for its dastardly deeds in 1970s London. The Count and his followers develop a deadly strain of the bubonic plague, plotting to release it into the unsuspecting city streets. With the…
This stylish production of the classic horror tale has Frank Langella repeating his electrifying, award-winning stage performance as the bloodthirsty Count and Laurence Olivier as his arch-nemesis, Van Helsing.
The Monster Squad
Count Dracula adjourns to Earth, accompanied by Frankenstein's Monster, the Wolfman, the Mummy, and the Gillman. The uglies are in search of a powerful amulet that will grant them power to rule the world. Our heroes - the Monster Squad are the only ones daring to stand in their way.
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Horror Movie Posters (The Illustrated History of Movies Through Posters | Vol 7)
From the first few pages of LON CHANEY SR POSTERS you wont be able to put it down.The photo of Dracula and Frankenstein are worth the price of the whole book.The Thing half sheet, Or The fly six sheet would make any one want one in there collection. Book goes all the way up to the movie Scream.You cant go wrong
We're Off to Find the Witch's House
It’s Halloween night, and as the moon rises, four children set off to find the witch’s house. on their way they encounter a host of silly, spooky characters, from a skittle-skattling skeleton to a shirking, lurking Dracula. Can they make it all the way to the witch’s house? or will their fears get the best of them? this humorous take on a favorite holiday begs to be read aloud again and again.
Son of Dracula
It was perhaps inevitable that, after playing the Wolf Man, Frankenstein's monster, and the Mummy, Lon Chaney Jr. would round out his horror resumé with a turn at the great bloodsucker himself (not, as the title would suggest, his son). Looking dapper and dignified under the cape, if not exactly threatening, Chaney plays Count Alucard (that's Dracula spelled backwards), a mysterious Carpathian summoned to America by a "morbid" heiress (Louise Allbritton). Eric Taylor's…
Seance for a Vampire
A seance held in an aristocratic London home goes horribly awry when one of the undead nosferatu appear. The resulting chaos leaves one of the fraudulent spiritualists dead, Sherlock Holmes missing, and Dr. Watson alone and mystified. With time running out, Watson has no choice but to summon the only one who might be able to help--Holmes' vampire cousin, Prince Dracula.
Bram Stoker's Dracula's Curse
Based on Bram Stoker's classic, the epic horror follows a team of elite vampire hunters led by Colonel Rufus King and Jacob Van Helsing as they infiltrate the dark underworld to battle the ruthless vampire clan lead by the Countess Elizabeth Bathorley.
Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf
Gear up for Scooby-Doo's most monstrous adventure ever! After Count Dracula transforms Shaggy into a fuzz-faced werewolf, there's only one way he'll change him back. Scooby-Doo and Shaggy must win a creepy cross-country race against the frightfully funny cars driven by a hot-rodding horde of sinister celebrity monsters!
The Shrieking Sixties: British Horror Films 1960 to 1969
The Shrieking Sixties sets out to document and comment upon the British horror boom of the 1960s. Edited by Darrell Buxton (U.K. horror expert and critic whose work has appeared in publications including Samhain, Creeping Flesh and Giallo Page) and written by a variety of contributors, including Mike Hodges (Fangoria), Steven West (Is It...Uncut?) and Christopher Wood (British Horror Films website), the book features informative and lively reviews of 150 creepy, macabre and downright scary movies.…
Written in 1879 (18 years before Dracula) by 19-year-old Marie Nizet, Captain Vampire, in its method and tone alike, is way ahead of its time. Although its plot has supernatural elements, and its antagonist is manifestly demonic, the novel's true purpose is to bring out the horror of war. A significant work in the history of horror fiction, it is undoubtedly one of the finest literary works ever to have made use of the vampire motif.
Nightmare: Birth of Victorian Horror
This fascinating and fun series covers the novels "Dracula", "Frankenstein", "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" + the short story "The Body Snatcher", and finally, "Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles". You not only get background information about the stories & their authors, but get to see many of the places which inspired them. I highly recommend this tape set to anyone interested in literature, stories of the supernatural, & history alike!
Dracula - The Dark Prince
Ok, enough people have gone into the technical marks of the movie, so you can easily get the gist of what it's about...pros and cons. Quite frankly, I loved the movie. I bought it and have watched it four times already. Take it for what it is..a movie. It doesn't matter if he was portrayed as a romantic or a murdering monster. It was a movie! If you watch it with that attitude, it's well worth the cost of owning it. Once again, I loved it.
An Old Friend of the Family (The Dracula Series)
Kate Southerland has been murdered. But she is not dead. Johnny Southerland has vanished, a severed, bloody finger the only clue.The Southerlands are trapped in a blood-feud older than history. Their enemy is no mortal madman but the undying mistress of evil enchantment, Morgan Le Fay.But the Southerlands are not Morgan's true target. She seeks to do battle with their protector, their defender, the only being who can save these mortals.
The Mammoth Book of Vampire Stories by Women (Mammoth Books)
Featuring the only vampire short story by Anne Rice, the undisputed queen of vampire literature, and an autobiographical introduction by Ingrid Pitt, star of the films The Vampire Lovers and Countess Dracula, this Mammoth collection brings together thirty-four uncanny and erotic tales by women who have redefined the genre of vampire fiction. From classic stories of the undead by writers like Edith Nesbit, Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman, and Mary Elizabeth Braddon to the work of such acclaimed contemporary…
Best Ghost and Horror Stories (Dover Horror Classics)
Superb selection of 14 spine-tingling stories by author of Dracula. "The Squaw," "The Burial of the Rats," "The Crystal Cup," "The Chain of Destiny," "The Castle of the King," "The Dualitists" (probably Stoker’s most horrifying story), "A Dream of Red Hands" and 7 more. Called by Stephen King "absolutely champion short stories." Introduction by Richard Dalby.
Mr. Bonejack and Teen Ape reunite for one final apocalyptic showdown with the ultimate creatures of the night — Dracula, Funkenstein and The Wolfman! With the help of their buxom new partner Brandy (Ariauna Albright) and a ragtag group of monster-killin’ kids that love all things horror, DESTRUCTION KINGS is the mother of all horror-comedies!
Blood Read: The Vampire as Metaphor in Contemporary Culture
Over the past century the figure of the vampire has undergone many transformations--from Bram Stoker's original Dracula to Anne Rice's VAMPIRE CHRONICLES. BLOOD READ examines a wide range of vampire narratives from the perspective of both writers and scholars and shows how these transformations reflect ongoing changes in postmodern culture .
Diary of a Blood Donor
In this contemporary retelling of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Estonian writer Mati Unt offers a playful yet unsettling mixture of fact and fiction, combining pieces of Estonian political history—in particular the figure of Lydia Koidula (1843-1886), widely regarded as the first Estonian woman to express an Estonian longing for independence—with portraits of life in contemporary Estonia, all set against a backdrop of vampirism and the Gothic novel.