Tag: Bram Stoker

Count Dracula (1970) – By Baron Craze

The story of Dracula, still has the power to sink the fangs into the audience and suck them into another world, Bram Stoker, never likely predicted that his novel would ever garnish this attention all these years later, but the filmmakers conjured the eternal blood drinker, and this time at the helm the legendary Jesse…


Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966) – By Baron Craze

  This review originally appeared as an article on the Rogue Cinema site with this title: Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966): 50 Years Later, Lee Lives On! As all cinema and horror fans know, Christopher Lee, passed away in 2015, and it feels only fitting that the best way to start 2016, is by honoring…


Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992): 25th Anniversary – By Baron Craze

Since Bram Stoker first brought the tale of Dracula to life in 1897, the story has been told and retold countless times on screen, and used in several hundred books, and highly likely any and all horror fans know of the tale and even able to quote famous lines. Many famous directors such as F.W….