Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Purple Jim, Sep 25, 2017.
Lugosi and Carroll Borland in Browning's Mark of the Vampire (1935):
always a Beatles connection in every thread (file this one under "oddity")
Watched "Twins of Evil" again last night . It's still a good film.
I'm thinking Vampire Circus next
Ringo also starred in The Magic Christian, which featured a cameo appearance by Christopher Lee basically playing Dracula in all but name. I don't believe they were ever onscreen together, though.
How could I forget?!
Definitely my favorite Dracula LP.....
This movie is on my list to see. It looks funny.
It is. Absolutely hysterical mockumentary. (Co-)directed by Taika Waititi, who directed the upcoming Thor movie (which gives me high hopes for the latter). He also directed last year's Hunt for the Wilderpeople, which is also very charming.
Vampire Circus. Early 70s Hammer film.
See the movie,you'll like it!
What was that western one done in the fifties about the gunfighter vampire? and the thing wasn't half bad.
Billy The Kid Vs Dracula?
love Jack Palance as Dracula...he didn't need much make-up it was all in his facial expressions!
Curse Of the Undead
The Vampire (1957)
Return of Dracula aka Curse Of Dracula
Frank Langella as Dracula with the fine Kate Nelligan...
Yep,that's the one.
A few years back Google commemorated Bram Stoker's birthday with this outstanding Dracula doodle image:
I posted this in the Halloween Scay Movie Challenege thread, but figured I’d post it here too: In the 1931 Universal Dracula he has pet armadillos in his castle! Why? I have no idea.
WTF? Thanks, never noticed that.
From what I hear they can really wreak havoc on a front lawn. I guess Drac doesn't value his horticultural landscaping
Still the greatest vampire ever.
Kinski + Herzog = movie magic
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