Tag Archives: Dracula

Dracula: Contemporary Reviews

On 26th May 1897 the first edition of Dracula, by Bram Stoker, was published.  It went on to become one of the most popular books ever written, but what did contemporary reviewers think of the book at the time?  Lloyd’s Weekly … Continue reading

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Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror

Welcome to Halloween in the Junkyard! We are going to start with one of the great classics of silent cinema from 1922, the unauthorised adaptation of Dracula, which only survives to this day thanks to the survival of a handful … Continue reading

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Dracula Lives

At last it can be told! The never-before-revealed ORIGIN OF DRACULA! What a catchy blurb. What a great cover! I was sent this as a surprise gift recently and was waiting for the right time to share some thoughts about … Continue reading

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