Brams Stokers Dracula Distributed by Tubemogul.
For our first Halloween edition for From the Vault we pull out an old title starring the prince of darkness and an 8-bit version of Keanu Reeves in Bram Stoker's Dracula for the Genesis.
En el año 1890, el joven abogado Jonathan Harker viaja a un castillo perdido de Transilvania, donde conoce al conde Drácula, que en 1462 perdió a su amor Elisabeta. El Conde, fascinado por una fotografía de Mina Murray, la novia de Harker, que le recuerda a su Elisabeta, viaja hasta Londres "cruzando océanos de tiempo" para conocerla. Ya en Inglaterra, intentará conquistar y seducir a Lucy, la mejor amiga de Mina.
Amazing Dracula-Doodle - scary ...
HELLBOY'S Mike Mignola and Bram Stoker Award-winning author Christopher Golden team up on BALTIMORE - A Stylized gothic fantasy that creatively melds a novel with a graphic novel.
An another video tribute to "Favole", story of Victoria Frances... yes it's gothic style...
Music: "The Storm" from "Dracula's Bram Stoker" soundtrack
The Legacy of Bram Stoker coming soon! Check out www.reality-entertainment.com for more info.
Reality CAN be Scary!
Over the course of human history there have been many men who have stood out amongst the rest. Whether writers of fiction, great physicians or even politicians, these men may in fact share a common purpose, regardless of the age they lived in.
What Wise Men Do analyses various great men such as:
Grand Master Pinto of the Knights of Malta
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
H. G. Wells
Bob Kane (creator of Batman)
In this series of investigations a thread of truth is discovered, revealing an inner yearning linked to our own evolutionary path and shared by each and every one of the individuals in question.
What Wise Men Do, investigates concepts of magic as seen in each age and questions the truth of the statements against modern science and even theoretical science. In each case some new and startling discovery is made, making this compelling book a revelation from chapter to chapter. Collated from a series of films and recent researches this book goes in-depth into the heart of the mind itself.
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What was Bram Stoker trying to tell us?
Se " The Sixth Sense" vi ha tenuti incollati alla poltrona, se " Dracula " di Bram Stoker vi ha lasciati col fiato sospeso, questo in un modo o nell'altro ve lo farà perdere definitivamente! The Smashing Production presenta un cast eccezionale, un horror da oscar, " Mi fai Sangue " solo su www.latin-lovers.it
A protestant church, the shot tower, U2 alley, Bram Stoker's house, St Patrick's cathedral, Dublin castle courtyard, Buskers, countryside from Dublin to Belfast, Falls St and Shankill Rd, Belfast botanical gardens, Dublin museum of modern art.
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http://www.darkregions.com - book trailer for The Shadows of Kingston Mills, a new short story collection by David B. Silva, Bram Stoker Award Winner. This new collection brings together 11 new stories and one reprint, all based in the small, Northern California town of Kingston Mills. Mystifying.
Bram Stoker and Lambda Literary Award-winning author Lee Thomas reminds us that sometimes the most terrifying aspects of the human condition come from within in this collection of eight original tales and seven acclaimed short stories gathered together in one volume for the first time anywhere. In The Closet Under The Bed Lee Thomas Book Trailer Find out more about this author here http://www.leethomasauthor.com Find out more about this book http://tinyurl.com/yl9xcrk Genre: Horror, GLBT
In 2001, we had the good fortune to be hired to produce a video in Ireland on St. Patricks Day. We spent a week traveling the countryside, but spent the majority of our time in Dublin, Limerick, Kilkenny and Cork. Besides the free pints of Guinness and being paid to be there, here are some of the other highlights. We had the honor in meeting the Lord Mayor of Dublin and the Prime Minister of Ireland (long story, but good one). Visited St. Patricks Cathedral and St. Michans church founded in 1095. We went on a tour into the burial vault underneath the church, where we saw dusty corpses in their coffins. Bram Stoker's Dracula writings were inspired here. We enjoyed a few pints in the Guinness Storehouse with some Scotsmen. Visited the Kilmainham Gaol (jail) where several movies were filmed including, In the Name of the Father and Italian Job. We walked thru some unbelievable castles in the beautiful countryside. What a trip! I hope you enjoy this short video.
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Dracula: Dead and Loving It is a 1995 comedy film starring Leslie Nielsen, directed by Mel Brooks. It is a parody of the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, and of some of the films it inspired.
Brooks co-authored the screenplay with Steve Haberman and Rudy DeLuca. He also appears as Dr. Van Helsing. The film's other stars include Steven Weber, Amy Yasbeck, Peter MacNicol, Harvey Korman, and Anne Bancroft.
The film follows the classic Dracula (1931), starring Bela Lugosi, in its deviations from the novel. Its visual style and production values are particularly evocative of the Hammer Horror films. It spoofed, among other movies, The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967) and Dracula (1992). As of 2011, it is the last film to be directed by Brooks.