Posts Tagged with: Dracula
Robin watched some episodes of the English TV series “Hammer House of Horrors” and wondered if they weren’t as cult and trashy as the Dracula movies from Hammer. After a short pondering he came to the following conclusion: “The bats …Read Full Article
After watching a couple of Dracula movies made by Hammer Filmproductions starring Christopher Lee as Count Dracula, Robin was inspired to write lyrics about a female fan of this character played by this actor.
“The Count” in Hammer-Films.
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Robin complained that Hammer films were trashy and was told “but in an iconic way”.So Robin watched Dracula A.D. 1972 from 1972, starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Fashinwise, in the 70s young people didn’t look much different than in the …Read Full Article
Robin got so inspired by the bat of the Hammer Film Production “Scars Of Dracula” from 1970 starring Christopher Lee that he believes the film Batman Begins from 2005 starring Christian Bale should be remade and named “Hammer Bat Begins”. …Read Full Article
Robin saw the third and last part of the BBC Dracula on Netflix.
But he is not completely happy: “What happened to Lucy was quite sad booooo hooooo” he is said to have said.
“Dr Helsing looked better as Sister …Read Full Article
Coffin, coffin, in the hall… Who is the scariest of them all?
Since the invention of the vampire genre many have played the Undead. But who is the scariest?
Max Schreck played Count Orlock in Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau’s expressionistic masterpiece Nosferatu from …Read Full Article
Robin saw the first episode of Dracula (2020 TV series) on Netflix and is beaming with joy.
It is loosely based on Barn Stoker’s gothic novel of the same name. The solicitor Jonathan Harker who is engaged to a girl named …Read Full Article
And now three of Robin‘s favorite horror films from the 1950:
House of Wax
That classic has been remade starring Paris Hilton – which is so bad it is actually good again! (Robin’s favoroite scene is where Ms Hilton sneaks through a …Read Full Article