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2020-10-30 8:07:54 PM  
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2020-10-30 9:30:09 PM  

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Buffy showed up on Amazon Prime this week so I started another rewatch

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Yah I saw that!
 
2020-10-30 9:38:57 PM  
Pitt has a general education course in the Slavic department called Vampire: Blood and Empire. Took it years ago and I think still offered. Covers regional history along with the various themes across vampire movies. Fun class and instructor when I had it, though decent amount of papers due.

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2020-10-30 10:05:02 PM  

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2020-10-30 10:39:15 PM  
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2020-10-30 11:26:31 PM  
Yes, Christopher Lee, but not the way he played Dracula in the Hammer films (which I love) but the way he played him in Jess Franco's Count Dracula...

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2020-10-30 11:34:12 PM  
Christopher Lee in COUNT DRACULA (1970)
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2020-10-30 11:54:36 PM  
Gods that "Dracula" on Buffy was a shiatty disappointment. Was sort of hoping a vamp that vaguely looked like Gary Oldman with a thick Eastern European accent would show up, unceremoniously slice him in half, dust him, turn to Buffy and say "Hello, you must be Miss Summers. I am Vladislav the Third, Voivode of Wallachia, second son of Vlad Dracul. It's a pleasure to meet you."
 
2020-10-31 12:19:42 AM  

Dave The Slushy: Gods that "Dracula" on Buffy was a shiatty disappointment. Was sort of hoping a vamp that vaguely looked like Gary Oldman with a thick Eastern European accent would show up, unceremoniously slice him in half, dust him, turn to Buffy and say "Hello, you must be Miss Summers. I am Vladislav the Third, Voivode of Wallachia, second son of Vlad Dracul. It's a pleasure to meet you."


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This is the best.
 
2020-10-31 12:21:36 AM  
Which Dracula Film is Most Faithful to the Book?
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This is worth the time spent to watch.
 
2020-10-31 7:17:11 AM  
List fails without Count Chocula.

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2020-10-31 8:42:15 AM  

WilderKWight: [YouTube video: Christopher Lee in COUNT DRACULA (1970)]


Good performance, but having someone with a distinct English accent saying he wants to learn the ways of the people of England does let the scene down somewhat.
 
2020-10-31 9:07:19 AM  
Better title: "The Hipsters Totally Ironic List of Draculas, Aren't You Upset?"

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2020-10-31 11:02:06 AM  
Jack Palance was the scariest. You could imagine him dismembering you with his bare hands. You could imagine him as Vlad leading a cavalry into an all out slaughter. His menace was palpable. The others seemed sneaky, but Jack and Gary seemed like they didn't care if you found their secret.
 
2020-10-31 1:41:46 PM  
Nice to see Sandler on the list. Not only is Hotel Transylvania one of his best movies but I would also say that the Johnny/Mavis relationship is the best (at least most logical) vampire/human relationship in any movie or show. Most make no sense or worse are super creepy.
 
2020-10-31 3:31:58 PM  
I was home sick from grade school. So mid-1950s. There was a Dracula-type story which was set in modern suburbia. A one-off. Non-series. I hadn't seen the Tod Browning version yet although I'd heard of it. That 50s TV Dracula scared the bejeezus out of me. I associated Dracula with TV for years after that.

I've never found a reference to it or met anyone else who has ever heard of it. It isn't in the imdb.
 
2020-10-31 5:03:05 PM  

yakmans_dad: I was home sick from grade school. So mid-1950s. There was a Dracula-type story which was set in modern suburbia. A one-off. Non-series. I hadn't seen the Tod Browning version yet although I'd heard of it. That 50s TV Dracula scared the bejeezus out of me. I associated Dracula with TV for years after that.

I've never found a reference to it or met anyone else who has ever heard of it. It isn't in the imdb.


Try asking here:
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2020-10-31 8:16:43 PM  
Duncan Reiger from Monster Squad is criminally low on this list.
 
2020-11-01 12:45:19 AM  
Fright Night should've made the list and the vampire Darren McGaven faced in Night Stalker deserves at least a honorable mention.


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