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Storybeat with Steve Cuden
Cary Elwes, Actor and Best-Selling Author, Episode #187-ENCORE

Storybeat with Steve Cuden

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:56


This is a StoryBeat Encore episode!You're likely already a fan of the actor and bestselling author, Cary Elwes, who you surely know from his many starring roles in memorable, popular films, including: The Princess Bride, Lady Jane, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Saw, Kiss The Girls, The Cradle Will Rock, Justice League, and the Billionaire Boys Club among dozens of others. Cary recently starred alongside Michael Sheen and Natalie Emmanuel in The Last Train to Christmas. He's slated to star alongside Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 7 for director Christopher McQuarrie. And he's starring opposite Jason Statham in Guy Ritchie's next film, Five Eyes. Other recent films include the Netflix feature A Castle for Christmas, as well as the The Unholy, which was produced by Sam Raimi, and the indie film, Best Sellers, opposite Michael Caine.You also know Cary from his numerous appearances on such popular TV shows including: Psych, Stranger Things, Family Guy, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and The Art of More. He also produced and wrote Elvis & Nixon, which starred Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon. Cary's first memoir, As Your Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride, became a New York Times Bestseller. It's an incredibly fun read! 

Cinegarage
Drácula: 30 años de la visión de Coppola

Cinegarage

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:48


¿Qué es lo que hace de una película de vampiros una BUENA película de vampiros? Un elemento central es la idea y las ganas de acercarse a lo clásico y eso fue en parte lo que hizo Francis Ford Coppola al realizar Drácula de Bram Stoker en 1992. Para hablarlo está con nosotros uno de los mejores críticos del cine de México, José Antonio Valdés Peña. Profesor, investigador y amigo de Cinegarage está aquí para echar mucho de luz hacia el sombrío mundo del Drácula de Coppola.

30 Morbid Minutes
Vlad the Impaler: A Real Life Dracula?

30 Morbid Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 43:51


One of history's most sadistic and violent rulers, Vlad the Impaler earned his reputation and nickname by driving stakes through the bodies of thousands (yes, thousands), mostly enemies, some friends. Legend and myth have also come to associate Vlad as one of the inspirations for the eponymous villain of Bram Stoker's Dracula – but is this entirely the case? We dive into the history of Vlad's penchant for revenge, his tyrannical rule, and his lasting impact on popular culture. Go to http://babbel.com/30MM to get 60% off your subscription. Go to http://solostove.com and use code 30 MM for $10 off their 4th of July Sale discounts. Follow us on Social: https://twitter.com/elysewillems https://twitter.com/JessicaVasami

Claare Ny Gael - Manx Radio
Claare ny Gael 26th June 2022

Claare Ny Gael - Manx Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 51:03


We set off on the second day of our excursions, and Rev Thomas Stephen leads us from Castletown up and over the slopes of Barrule to Foxdale, down to St John's and on to Peel. In our Manx translation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Lucy Westenra has written to her friend, Mina Murray, about receiving three marriage proposals in a day. She's turned one down from Dr John Seward, and now she's receiving the attentions of an American, Quincy P Morris. However, her heart is already set on Arthur Holmwood. As nyn giaull - SKEEAL - Manannan PLETHYN - Bonheddwr mawr o'r Bala THE SKYMASTERS DANCE ORCHESTRA - The rose of Tralee BRENDA WOOTTON - Cornwall, the land I love ARTHUR CORMACK - Oran Beinn Li FANCH & YOUENN LANDREAU - Rond de Loudeac APACHE PEOPLE - Sun dance GREG JOUGHIN & BARRULE - In search of Manannan DALLA - Tansys Golowan

Vox Vomitus
Paul Tremblay, author of "The Pallbearers Club"

Vox Vomitus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:31


Episode 97 https://www.paultremblay.net Paul Tremblay has won the Bram Stoker, British Fantasy, and Massachusetts Book awards and is the author of Survivor Song, The Cabin at the End of the World, Disappearance at Devil's Rock, A Head Full of Ghosts, the crime novels The Little Sleep and No Sleep Till Wonderland, and the short story collection, Growing Things and Other Stories. His essays and short fiction have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Entertainment Weekly online, and numerous year's-best anthologies. He has a master's degree in mathematics and lives outside Boston with his family. VOX VOMITUS: Sometimes, it's not what goes right in the writing process, it's what goes horribly wrong. Host/Literary horror novelist Jennifer Anne Gordon with help from her co-host/author Allison Martine, chat with some of the best authors of the day. www.jenniferannegordon.com www.afictionalhubbard.com https://www.facebook.com/VoxVomituspodcast https://twitter.com/VoxVomitus #voxvomitus #voxvomituspodcast #authorswhopodcast #authors #authorlife #authorsoninstagram #authorsinterviewingauthors #livevideopodcast #livepodcast #bookstagram #liveauthorinterview #voxvomituslivevideopodcast #Jennifergordon #allisonmartine #JenniferAnneGordon #AllisonMartineHubbard #AllisonHubbard #PaulTrambley #ThePallbearersClub #TheCabinattheEndoftheWorld #DisappearanceatDevilsRock #AHeadFullofGhosts #TheLittleSleep #NoSleepTillWonderland --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/voxvomitus/support

The Evolution of Horror
VAMPIRES Pt 8: Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992) & Dracula Also-Rans

The Evolution of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 124:46


This week Mike is joined by Rosie Fletcher to discuss Francis Ford Coppola's one-of-a-kind camp masterpiece that is BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (1992). Then in the second half of the episode, Brad Hanson drops in to recommend some other Dracula movies, including DRACULA UNTOLD, LOVE AT FIRST BITE and HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA. Music by Jack Whitney.  Big thank you to Mary Wild for this week's 'Wild About Horror' segment! Sign up to Mary's Patreon! Follow Mary on Twitter to find out more about her upcoming courses and follow her podcast, PROJECTIONS PODCAST.  Visit our website www.evolutionofhorror.com  Buy tickets for our next upcoming EVOLUTION OF HORROR PRESENTS screening at the Genesis Cinema! www.evolutionofhorror.com/genesis You can now buy Evolution of Horror merch on our TeePublic store! www.evolutionofhorror.com/merchandise Subscribe and donate on PATREON for bonus monthly content and extra treats... www.patreon.com/evolutionofhorror  Email us!  Follow us on TWITTER Follow us on INSTAGRAM Like us on FACEBOOK Join the DISCUSSION GROUP Follow us on LETTERBOXD Mike Muncer is a producer, podcaster and film journalist and can be found on TWITTER

Vargtimmen
Definitivt 50 spänn [del 6]

Vargtimmen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 49:03


Heja kretsloppet! Vi tar ut varsin femtiolapp från Vargtimmen-kontot och överraskar varandra med mer eller mindre imponerande loppisfynd. Tomas går ut säsongsenligt och hårt med en film som inte bara bygger på en Stephen King-berättelse utan dessutom handlar om en loppis och Lars drar en lans för den svartsynta sexualmoralen i Stanley Kubricks slutgiltiga mästerverk. Vi pratar också om: Majorna-loppisen, Twin Peaks, Bram Stoker's Dracula-brädspelet, Jonas Larsson Olanders, Eloso Förlag, Eyes Wide Shut, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Scener ur ett äktenskap, Köplust, Needful Things, Salem's Lot, Castle Rock, Max von Sydow, Ed Harris, MR James, Casting the Runes, Oh Whistle and I'll Come to You My Lad, BBC, A Ghost Story for Christmas, Aleister Crowley, Spökhistorier i mästarklass, Klassikerförlaget, Sven Christer Swahn, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Selma Lagerlöf, Guy de Maupassant, Mattias Fyhr, Spökhistorier, Ray Bradbury, Intensity - fast vi egentligen menar den lite förbisedda skräckthrillern Identity - Emil Eriksson, Monsterboxen, ATM, P2, Buried, Urban Legends, Vägen, The Road, Cormac McCarthy, August Underground, Dark Star, Martyrs, Nocturnal Animals, Jake Gyllenhaal, Orvar Säfström, Bra Böckers Hexikon, Alf Henriksson, Paimon, Pazuzu, Pelle Snusk, Candyman, Heinrich Hoffmann, The Legion, Faust Antikvariat och John Ajvide Lindqvist. Patreon-lyssnare åtnjuter dubbel speltid, precis som vanligt, och dessutom möjligheten att tjinga valfri godsak för gratis hemleverans (först till kvarn). Nostalgi, skryt, löst tyckande, skatteåterbäring och akademisk analys.

Abbyr Shen Reesht - Say That Again
Abbyr Shen Reesht 19th June 2022

Abbyr Shen Reesht - Say That Again

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 31:16


Lurg meer ny ghaa ass 'Shiaght Laa', ta shin clashtyn Daniel Quayle as eh chebbal 'Jamys Jeheiney' reesht lurg barney ayns imbagh ny Ratchyn TT. Ta'n meer 'sy Ghaelg ass 'Goll as Gaccan' giare dy liooar, myr shoh ta shin clashtyn Phil Gawne lhaih magh shen daa cheayrt. Ayns 'Claare ny Gael' ta shin clashtyn ny vees goll er screeu eddyr Mina Murray as e carrey, Lucy Westenra, lesh palchey naight ec Lucy. Shoh chyndaays 'sy Ghaelg ass yn lioar Dracula liorish Bram Stoker. After an extract or two from 'Shiaght Laa', we hear Daniel Quayle as he presents 'Jamys Jeheiney' again after a gap during the time of year for the TT Races. The bit in the Manx Gaelic from 'Goll as Gaccan' is short enough, so we hear Phil Gawne reading that out two times. In 'Claare ny Gael' we hear what being written between Mina Murray and her friend, Lucy Westenra, with plenty of news from Lucy. This is a translation into the Manx Gaelic from the book Dracula by Bram Stoker.

So, You Like Horror? Podcast
So, You Like Horror? #12- Children of the Night

So, You Like Horror? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 77:11


What's going on blood suckers!?!? This week on the show I welcome new co-host, Amy G to the podcast. On this specific episode, Amy and I will talk about vampires. We touch upon vampires in film as we discuss Bram Stoker's Dracula, Interview With the Vampire, and briefly we talk about Twilight. We get into the roots of the vampire lore and vampires in literature and television. Thank you everyone for your support. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out on Instagram at @so_you_like_horror or email us directly at soyoulikehorror@gmail.com. We're open to all conversations, suggestions, topics, and criticisms. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/so-you-like-horror-podcast/support

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff
Episode 501: Go Toward the Omen

Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 64:06


The Gaming Hut mines a new source of mysterious, danger-laden plot hooks: Reddit's WhatIsThis forum. The Horror Hut takes the unusual step of profiling a real person, as beloved backer Louis Sylvester asks for the lowdown on the explorer, linguist and polemicist Arminius Vambery, described by Bram Stoker in Dracula as a knowledgeable vampire hunter. […]

CRIMES • Histoires Vraies
Elisabeth Bathory, la comtesse sanglante • Episode 2 sur 2

CRIMES • Histoires Vraies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:13


On dit souvent que les tueurs en série les plus sanguinaires de l'histoire du crime sont issus de milieux modestes. On a tendance à oublier que la folie meurtrière peut également s'emparer des personnes les plus aisées. Certaines affaires sont pourtant si vieilles qu'il faut fouiller dans les archives de l'humanité pour pouvoir les dénicher. Des crimes effroyables, on en trouve partout dans la littérature fantastique et au cinéma. Et si on vous disait que tout ce qu'on vous raconte depuis toujours dans les histoires d'épouvante est vrai ? Ou du moins en partie. Elisabeth Bathory, plus connue en Hongrie, son pays d'origine, sous le nom d'Erzsébet, aurait inspiré le célèbre vampire Dracula de Bram Stoker..."Crimes : Histoires vraies" est un podcast Studio Minuit.Retrouvez nos autres productions :Espions : Histoires vraies Morts Insolites : Histoires vraies Meurtres en France : Histoires vraiesSherlock Holmes - Les enquêtes1 Mot 1 Jour : Le pouvoir des motsJe comprends R : le dictionnaire du nouveau millénaireSoutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/crimes-histoires-vraies. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/crimes-histoires-vraies.

CRIMES • Histoires Vraies
Elisabeth Bathory, la comtesse sanglante • Episode 1 sur 2

CRIMES • Histoires Vraies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 11:27


On dit souvent que les tueurs en série les plus sanguinaires de l'histoire du crime sont issus de milieux modestes. On a tendance à oublier que la folie meurtrière peut également s'emparer des personnes les plus aisées. Certaines affaires sont pourtant si vieilles qu'il faut fouiller dans les archives de l'humanité pour pouvoir les dénicher. Des crimes effroyables, on en trouve partout dans la littérature fantastique et au cinéma. Et si on vous disait que tout ce qu'on vous raconte depuis toujours dans les histoires d'épouvante est vrai ? Ou du moins en partie. Elisabeth Bathory, plus connue en Hongrie, son pays d'origine, sous le nom d'Erzsébet, aurait inspiré le célèbre vampire Dracula de Bram Stoker..."Crimes : Histoires vraies" est un podcast Studio Minuit.Retrouvez nos autres productions :Espions : Histoires vraies Morts Insolites : Histoires vraies Meurtres en France : Histoires vraiesSherlock Holmes - Les enquêtes1 Mot 1 Jour : Le pouvoir des motsJe comprends R : le dictionnaire du nouveau millénaireSoutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/crimes-histoires-vraies. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/crimes-histoires-vraies.

Desayuno con liantes
Emisión jueves 16 de junio

Desayuno con liantes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 30:00


La cosa va hoy de mezclas exóticas en lo culinario y en lo literario. Por un lado probamos un cachopo mitad asturiano y mitad mejicano, el “Asturmex” de Casa Eduardo (Cudillero). Por otro lado, nos acercamos a la original novela de Adrián Carbayales “La Rexenta contra Drácula”, historia de ciencia ficción en la que el personaje de Clarín se enfrenta al famoso vampiro creado por Bram Stoker. Nos acompañaron Pablo Behache, Santi Robles y Jana S. Morán.

Der mussmansehen Podcast - Filmbesprechungen
Episode 76: Dracula (1958) Und die Horrorfilme von Hammer

Der mussmansehen Podcast - Filmbesprechungen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 78:19


Es gibt nur einen wahren König der Vampire. Graf Dracula. Der berühmteste Blutsauger der Horrorgeschichte, von Bram Stoker 1897 erschaffen und seitdem in zahllosen Büchern und Filmen weitergesponnen. Und es gibt nur eine wahre Königin der Horrorfilmgeschichte: Hammer Productions Ltd. Gegründet im Jahr 1934 und spätestens seit den späten 50er Jahren Aushängeschild für mal mehr (mal weniger) gehobenen Gothic Horror mit schmalem Budget. Ein wesentlicher Grund für die enorme Reputation von Hammer in Horrorfilmkreisen dürfte Dracula aus dem Jahr 1958 sein: Der erste Dracula-Film in Farbe, das Debüt Christopher Lees als Obervampir und das Debüt Peter Cushings als sportlicher Van Helsing. Die Hammer'sche Dracula-Version ist so etwas wie ein Kondensat des Urstoffes: Reduziert auf das Wesentliche, den Kampf des Menschen gegen die unsterbliche Bestie, ohne großen erzählerischen Schnickschnack, dafür aber mit einer Menge Action und einer ungeheuren Liebe zum Detail, die sich vor allem im wunderschönen Setting und den prunkvollen Kostümen widerspiegelt. Aber natürlich ist der Film auch ein Kind seiner Zeit, seiner Herkunft und seines Budgets: Zwischen Naivität und düsterem Horror pendelnd, mal pathetisch, mal frivol, mal brutal, mal unfreiwillig komisch. Eine Modernisierung des Draculas für das Jahr 1958 in einem sehr speziellen Stil, der wegweisend sein sollte auch für spätere Hammer-Filme… und der mit Sicherheit nicht jedem liegt. Wie sah es denn bei dir aus, Johannes?

100,000 Welcomes
Dracula (Bram Stoker) - Scots Reading By Alistair Heather

100,000 Welcomes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 0:10


Dracula (Bram Stoker) - Scots Reading By Alistair Heather by VisitScotland

We Are Paradox Media
June 11/22 - Story Time with TessaTNT

We Are Paradox Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 180:03


Tonight on We Are Paradox Medias "Late Night in The Rockies" Weekend Host TessaTNT will be reading from Bram Stoker's "Dracula".

Civilcinema
#492 Nosferatu (1922), de F. W. Murnau

Civilcinema

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 110:34


Producida sin comprar derechos a los herederos de Bram Stoker, Nosferatu comenzó su recorrido como una versión pirata de Dracula, de la que los tribunales ordenaron la (infructuosa) destrucción de todas y cada una de sus copias, pero al poco andar se convirtió en algo más: un punto de referencia esencial tanto del cine de terror y el cine alemán como de la pulsión romántica que encadena al séptimo arte con el Siglo XIX. Si la novela ya daba testimonio de la brillante intuición de Stoker para tomar viejos relatos folklóricos y construir a partir de estos una historia de pasión irreprimible, la película opera simplemente en niveles de genialidad, que aúnan las perspectivas de los diferentes autores de la cinta: el productor Albin Grau, el guionista Henrik Galeen, el actor Max Shreck, el director de foto Fritz Arno Wagner y el cineasta Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau. Para estos efectos, Nosferatu no es un mero clásico del cine mudo o el filme que consagró la poética del expresionismo alemán; se trata también de una obra que dialoga con el arte germánico del pasado, del presente y del futuro. La entrada hacia un intemporal mundo de tiniebla y criaturas tenebrosas. La confirmación de que imagen fílmica puede ser el registro de algo real, pero también un espejismo, un misterio. De eso y más se habla en este podcast.

RTÉ - Culture File on Classic Drive
Jennifer Walshe's Things Know Things | Culture File

RTÉ - Culture File on Classic Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 4:18


Even the undead are on Substack now. Jennifer Walshe has been enjoying an email newsletter of Bram Stoker's epistolary novel. And the memes.

Horror_Fan
Count Dracula (Part 1)

Horror_Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 44:14


Here's Part 1 of the horror talk about Count Dracula! Nosferatu (1922): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCT1YUtNOA8 *Happy 100th anniversary* Dracula (1931): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-dracula-1931-5408.html Dracula's Daughter (1936): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-draculas-daughter-1936-223849.html Son of Dracula (1943): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-son-of-dracula-1943-223858.html House of Frankenstein (1944): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-house-of-frankenstein-1944-225087.html House of Dracula (1945): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-house-of-dracula-1945-226560.html Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-abbott-and-costello-meet-frankenstein-1948-6755.html Horror of Dracula (1958): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-horror-of-dracula-1958-241903.html Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgAlmeA0Vuk *Happy 30th anniversary* Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOTLurSgkYU Van Helsing (2004): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-van-helsing-2004-9728.html Dracula 2000 (2000): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-dracula-2000-2000-224630.html Dracula II: Ascension (2003): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-dracula-ii-ascension-2003-21056.html Dracula III: Legacy (2005): https://m4uhd.tv/watch-movie-dracula-iii-legacy-2005-249412.html

Classic Breakdown!
Dracula by Bram Stoker Chapter 6 C Mina Murray's bit

Classic Breakdown!

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 14:30


Perhaps Mina is the one who is the stranger at the Westenras and is waiting for news from Jonathan Harker? Her chum Lucy is sleep-walking again which is probably not the best problem to have at this time. She bumps into the tedious old bloke up at the Abbey once again and chats about this and that, especially the morbid humour of said bloke. He apologises - almost. Out at sea there's a storm brewing and the coastguard chap who turns up opportunely has spotted a Russian ship bobbing up and down like nobody's business. Who's at the tiller? Nice steak!

Gorman on Gore
Gorman On Gore EP14 Tetsuo The Iron Man (1989)

Gorman on Gore

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 119:15


We go deep diving in artistic Japanese cyber splatter core body horror madness. Who is going to stop us? You? I don't think so! Join us as we discuss this short, intense, influential Japanese cult horror film, Tetsuo: The Iron Man! A metal-controlling maniac is out for revenge against a business man, and that is the extent of the story! We go into the grueling filming schedule, the terrible psychological toll it had on the cast and crew, causing most to totally abandon the project long before it was eventually finished. Marvel as we tell you of the tin foil and tv parts used to create the artistic madness of Tetsuo. Then we make fun of Bram Stoker's literary influence for a while, just because.Did you ever want to see what Magneto would do if he was a weird Japanese guy who lived in a junkyard? Now you can!Trailer for next month's episode at 1:23:10 Website: https://gormanongore.buzzsprout.com/Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/7hjbpX0bPx79p0YY9ACvq7Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gorman-on-gore/id1579271619?i=1000530712722Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODI4OTY0LnJzcw==Email us! gormanongore@protonmail.comTwitter: http://twitter.com/gormanongorehttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/GormanOnGore

Classic Breakdown!
Chapter 6 Cont. Bram Stoker's Dracula: Dr. Seward's bit about Renfield

Classic Breakdown!

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 13:15


Back again with a bit more about Renfield. It's approaching tea time here at Wagland Towers so my mind is elsewhere. Can you tell? Renfield too has got his mind on his unconventional dinner. That big juicy bluebottle especially. A bit more of Dracula. But to what end. There was an ancient series of books at school, primary school, called Reading to Some Purpose. This is something different.

History Extra podcast
Dracula at 125: what can a vampire tell us about Victorian Britain?

History Extra podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 29:39


Marking the 125th anniversary of the publication of Dracula, Roger Luckhurst tells Ellie Cawthorne why Bram Stoker's vampire thriller has had such an enduring appeal. They discuss how the book exposed the anxieties of the late Victorian age, how contemporary readers reacted, and some of the most intriguing adaptations. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Blood Suckers
Ep 14 - "British to the Max"

Blood Suckers

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 43:11


On this episode of Blood Suckers, the ladies of Little Renegade Films watch Horror of Dracula (1958).  THINGS WE LEARNEDThis film contains the whitest british dudes you've ever seen  Christopher Lee wants you to know he read the book.  Miles Malleson IS THE BEST AND WE LOVE HIM THE MOST Dracula just really really needed a librarian. Poor guy. When Sarah Marie is tired, her pudding brain gets bossy  Dracula is a 1958 British gothic horror film directed by Terence Fisher and written by Jimmy Sangster based on Bram Stoker's 1897 novel of the same title. The first in the series of Hammer Horror films starring Christopher Lee as Count Dracula, the film also features Peter Cushing as Doctor Van Helsing, along with Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling, Carol Marsh, and John Van Eyssen. In the United States, the film was retitled Horror of Dracula to avoid confusion with the U.S. original by Universal Pictures, 1931's Dracula.Follow us on the gram: https://www.instagram.com/littlerenegadefilms/Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/littlerenegadefilmsTHANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR LISTENING!Support the show

radioWissen
Bram Stoker - Der Erfinder des "Dracula"

radioWissen

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 22:10


Sieben Jahre hat der irische Schriftsteller und Journalist Bram Stoker (1847-1912) an seinem Hauptwerk gearbeitet. Die Vorlage dazu hatte er von dem ungarischen Professor Arminius Vámbéry, der ihm von einer Gruselfigur ,dem rumänischen Fürsten Drakula, ausführlich berichtet hatte. Der Roman wurde Stokers größter Erfolg, auch finanziell. Bis zu seinem 7.Lebensjahr konnte Stoker nicht allein stehen oder gehen. Sein Leiden und auch das seiner Heilung blieb den Ärzten ein Rätsel. Die Themen Krankheit, Tod und Auferstehung faszinierten ihn verständlicherweise ein Leben lang. Sein Horror-und Liebesdrama "Dracula" beeinflusste andere Autoren, Künstler und Komponisten nachhaltig. Zahlreiche Filme u.a. von Mel Brooks und Francis Ford Coppola wurden nach dieser Vorlage gedreht und große Publikumserfolge. Warum findet ein so blutrünstiges Thema wie der Vampirismus ein so umwerfendes Interesse? Eine Frage, der die Autorin in ihrem Porträt über Bram Stoker, seine Zeit und Zeitgenossen nachgeht. (BR 2012)

Classic Breakdown!
Dracula by Bram Stoker Chapter 6 A

Classic Breakdown!

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 26:23


It's Mina's journal and she's on holiday in Whitby with the Westenras enjoying the view from up the Abbey, with a saveloy and a bag of scraps. She's chatting to a centenarian about the gravestones and foreshadowing some gothic terrors ahead. Hope you enjoy. It's like picking up with an old friend and trying to recapture something that's lost. I'm sure you'll agree, it ain't happening. Cheers, Greg. And for those who arrived like refugees from YouTube thanks for making the trek over but the management is sorry to inform you that there are no refunds. Not now, not ever. Meanwhile sit back and enjoy...

House of Mystery True Crime History
Dacre Stoker & Chris McAuley - Stokerverse

House of Mystery True Crime History

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 48:54


Dacre Stoker is the co-editor (with Elizabeth Miller) of The Lost Journal of Bram Stoker: The Dublin Years (Robson Press, 2012). Released in October of 2018, Dracul, a prequel to Dracula, co-authored with JD Barker, was the UK's # 1 Best Selling Hardcover Novel in Horror and Supernatural in 2018, and a top 5 finalist by the Horror Writers Association for the Bram Stoker Award® for Superior Achievement in a Novel. Film rights for Dracul have been purchased by Paramount Studios. Dacre's most recent work Last Days, a short about the end of Bram Stoker's life, recently appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in December 2020.Chris McAuley is familiar to fans of Judge Dredd and has been the assistant colourist on several 2000AD comic strips. He has also inked various Marvel titles such as ‘Hulkvarines' and also ‘Vampirella'. He is the co-author of the StokerVerse which currently features six comic book ranges, several novels and a board game in production. He is also a novelist whose reach has included ‘The James Bond Franchise' and ‘Alien'. Chris has also assisted Legendary Disney Imagineer Terri Hardin Jackson on the Star Wars franchise as a concept artist for ‘The Mandalorian' and has written several comic book titles with William Shatner.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/houseofmysteryradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DW.COM
吸血鬼的故乡:英国小镇惠特比

DW.COM

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 2:09


爱尔兰作家斯托克(Bram Stoker)在125年前的今天,也就是1897年5月26日,出版了他的小说《德古拉》。他的灵感来自于英格兰东北海岸的惠特比镇,那里现在已经成为吸血鬼小说迷的朝圣地。

A Tela Que Habito
#13 | 125 anos de Drácula | Uma Breve História dos Vampiros no Cinema

A Tela Que Habito

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 79:40


Hoje, 26 de maio de 2022, é o 125º aniversário de publicação de Drácula, de Bram Stoker. Para celebrar esta data auspiciosa, conversamos sobre as principais adaptações do livro para o Cinema e suas inúmeras ramificações nas telas. Preparem os pescocinhos! Visite nosso site atelaquehabito.com

HistoryPod
26th May 1897: Bram Stoker's Gothic horror novel Dracula first published

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022


Although not the first ever vampire novel, Dracula was enormously influential in defining modern ideas of vampires, and for forever associating them with ...

The Homeschooling Saints Podcast
Episode 126: Victorian Novels—Their Delights and Lessons!

The Homeschooling Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 46:35


If you're like my family, it's the classic novels that have really satisfied our need for rewarding and uplifting reading. Author, instructor, and homeschooling mom, Eleanor Nicholson, is here to share about the richness of Victorian Novels—their delights and lessons! Find Eleanor Nicholson: www.eleanorbourgnicholson.com Eleanor's courses for your children: https://homeschoolconnections.com/instructors/eleanor-bourg-nicholson/?sfw=pass1636051074    Eleanor's notes/reading recommendations:  G. K. Chesterton's The Victorian Age in Literature, C. S. Lewis' An Experiment in Criticism, and Joseph Pearce's Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know.  For Nineteenth-century authors/books: All of the novels of Jane Austen (who isn't Victorian), most of the novels of Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White, Anthony Trollope's Barchester Towers (though really it would be valuable to read all of the Barsetshire Chronicles), and Bram Stoker's Dracula. Tennyson, Hopkins, and Thompson for poetry. Short Feature: Paola Ciscanik, The Thriving Catholic Homeschool Blueprint Topic: Celebrate the Milestones Contact:  http://www.catholichomeschoolconference.com/ Thank you to the following contributors who made this podcast possible: Our Sponsor HomeschoolConnections.com Homeschooling Saints Theme Music Composed by Taylor Kirkwood Intro voice Dave Palmer radio personality and author of St. Thomas Aquinas for Everyone Our host Lisa Mladinich

One of Us. a horrorshow
Bram Stoker's Dracula

One of Us. a horrorshow

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 53:09


Three emergency landers discuss Bram Stoker's Dracula, the award-winning 1992 film starring Keanu Reeves and Tom Waits

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 健康相關時事趣聞 All about health

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 10:04


Topic: Drinking any amount of alcohol causes damage to the brain   There is no such thing as a "safe" level of drinking, with increased consumption of alcohol associated with poorer brain health, according to a new study. 根據一項新研究,沒有所謂的「安全」飲酒量,飲酒量增加與大腦健康狀況較差有關。 In an observational study, which has not yet been peer-reviewed, researchers from the University of Oxford studied the relationship between the self-reported alcohol intake of some 25,000 people in the UK, and their brain scans. 在一項尚未經過同行評審的觀察性研究中,牛津大學的研究人員,研究英國約2萬5000人報告的飲酒量,和與他們的大腦掃描圖像之間的關係。 The researchers noted that drinking had an effect on the brain's gray matter - regions in the brain that make up "important bits where information is processed," according to lead author Anya Topiwala, a senior clinical researcher at Oxford. 研究人員指出,飲酒對大腦的灰質有影響,灰質是構成「重要資訊處理位元」的大腦部位,牛津大學高級臨床研究員托皮瓦拉說。 The team also investigated whether certain drinking patterns, beverage types and other health conditions made a difference to the impact of alcohol on brain health. 研究團隊還調查了特定的飲酒習慣、酒精飲料類型和其他健康狀況,是否會改變酒精對大腦健康的影響程度。   Next Article   Topic: Scientists have taught bees to smell the coronavirus 科學家教導蜜蜂嗅出冠狀病毒   Scientists in the Netherlands have trained bees to identify COVID-19 through their sense of smell, according to a press release from Wageningen University. 瓦赫寧恩大學發布新聞稿聲稱,荷蘭科學家已訓練蜜蜂透過嗅覺,識別2019冠狀病毒病(COVID-19,武漢肺炎)。 The research was conducted on more than 150 bees in Wageningen University's bio-veterinary research laboratory. 這項研究是在瓦赫寧恩大學生物獸醫研究實驗室對150多隻蜜蜂進行的。 The scientists trained the bees by giving them a treat — a sugar-water solution — every time they were exposed to the scent of a mink infected with COVID-19. Each time the bees were exposed to a non-infected sample, they wouldn't get a reward. 科學家透過獎勵糖水溶液來訓練蜜蜂,每次蜜蜂在聞到感染COVID-19的貂身上氣味時,都會獲得獎勵。如果蜜蜂聞到的是沒被感染病毒的氣味樣本,則不會獲得獎勵。 Eventually, the bees could identify an infected sample within a few seconds — and would then stick out their tongues like clockwork to collect the sugar water. 最終,這些蜜蜂可以在幾秒鐘內識別出感染的樣本,而且牠們的舌頭會像發條一樣,伸出來吸取糖水。 Bees aren't the first animals to detect COVID-19 by scent. Researchers have also trained dogs to distinguish between positive and negative COVID-19 samples from human saliva or sweat with fairly high levels of accuracy. 蜜蜂不是第一種透過氣味識別COVID-19的動物。研究人員也曾訓練狗區分來自人類唾液或汗液的陽性和陰性COVID-19樣本 ,準確率相當高。 Topic: Whale of a time: NYC offers walk-up vaccinations for all   Appointments are no longer mandatory at any of the coronavirus vaccination sites run by New York City, including its newest and maybe coolest location: beneath the giant blue whale at the Museum of Natural History. 任何紐約市設立的新型冠狀病毒疫苗接種處,不再強制要求預約,包括最新設立、或許也是最酷的地點:位於自然歷史博物館巨大藍鯨下的接種處。 Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday that the city will now be accepting walk-ins at all its vaccination sites. "You can just walk up and get vaccinated," he said. 市長白思豪週五宣布,該市所有接種站現在接受隨到隨登記接種,「你可以直接進來接種疫苗」。 The expansion of walk-in service comes as supplies of the vaccine have increased. 擴大實施現場登記接種,是在疫苗供應量已經增加之際推出。 Just weeks ago, most people trying to get an appointment for a vaccination in the nation's biggest city had to game online appointment systems in which scarce slots would be snapped up in moments. 僅在數週之前,在這個全美最大城市,大多數要預約接種時間的人還得在網路預約系統上賭運氣,稀少的名額一下子就會被搶光。   Next Article   Topic: Serbian diner thanks those getting COVID shots with plates of roast meat (感謝客人打新冠疫苗 塞爾維亞餐館請吃烤肉) Get a COVID-19 vaccine and you will be served a plate of spit-roast ox or wild game goulash for free - in the Serbian city of Kragujevac. 塞爾維亞「米盧廷圖書館」餐廳招待接種疫苗的顧客吃牛肉大餐。(路透資料照) 在塞爾維亞克拉古耶瓦茨,只要接種新冠肺炎疫苗,就能免費獲得一盤烤牛肉串或野味燉牛肉。 Restaurateur Stavro Raskovic offered the popular local dishes as his way of promoting vaccination and campaigning for the full reopening of the country's restaurants, cafes and bars. 餐館老闆斯塔夫羅.拉斯科維奇端出這2道受歡迎的本地菜餚,作為推廣疫苗及推動該國餐廳、咖啡廳、酒吧全面重新營業的方式。 Lockdowns in 2020 and partial restrictions this year have driven Biblioteka kod Milutina (Milutin's Library) restaurant to the brink of closure, he said. 他說,2020年的封城及今年的局部封鎖措施,讓「米盧廷圖書館」餐廳瀕臨停業。 "Our trade, catering, has been particularly hit... and if this (vaccination) is the way out, then we wanted to contribute." 「我們的生意、外燴服務尤其受到影響…若這(疫苗)是解決方法,我們想要出一份力。」 Local health authorities turned the restaurant into a vaccination point to deliver shots made by Pfizer/BioNtech, and China's Sinopharm. 當地衛生當局把餐廳變成疫苗接種點,提供輝瑞/BNT疫苗和中國國藥集團疫苗。 "Today we have vaccines from both East and West on the menu, to everybody's taste," said Raskovic. 拉斯科維奇說:「今天我們的菜單上有來自東方和西方的疫苗,任君挑選。」   Next Article   Topic: Dracula's castle' offers tourists Covid shots 「德古拉的城堡」提供觀光客武漢肺炎疫苗接種   Visitors to Romania's forbidding Bran Castle are being jabbed with needles rather than vampiric fangs this weekend in a coronavirus vaccination drive. 造訪羅馬尼亞令人生畏的布蘭城堡的遊客,在本週末的冠狀病毒疫苗接種活動中,將會被針頭而不是吸血鬼的毒牙扎刺。 Those who take the jab are handed a certificate hailing their"boldness and responsibility"promising they will be welcome at the castle"for the coming 100 years" - as well as offered a free tour of the"torture chamber". 那些接受施打的人將拿到證書,為他們的「勇氣與責任」喝采,並承諾這座城堡在未來100年都歡迎他們,並提供一次「酷刑室」的免費導覽。 Nestled in a misty valley in the Carpathian mountains, Bran Castle is associated with the 15th-century Romanian prince Vlad Dracula. 布蘭城堡坐落於喀爾巴阡山迷霧籠罩的山谷,與15世紀羅馬尼亞王子弗拉德.德古拉有關。 Dracula author Bram Stoker is believed to have been inspired by Vlad and descriptions of Bran Castle when writing his 1897 novel that helped found the modern vampire genre. 德古拉的作者布拉姆.史托克在撰寫他的1897年的小說時,被認為受到弗拉德與布蘭城堡的描述的啟發,這本小說幫助他奠定現代吸血鬼體裁。Source article: https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1449642;https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1449828;https://features.ltn.com.tw/english/article/paper/1450439   Topic: Spanking may affect brain development in children   Spanking may affect a child's brain development in similar ways to more severe forms of violence, according to a new study led by Harvard researchers. 哈佛大學研究人員領導的一項新研究表明,打屁股對兒童大腦發育的影響,可能與更嚴重的暴力虐待造成的後果類似。 The research, published recently in the journal Child Development, builds on existing studies that show heightened activity in certain regions of the brains of children who experience abuse in response to threat cues. 這篇最近發表在《兒童發育》期刊上的研究,以現有的一些研究為基礎,這些研究發現,遭受虐待的兒童在回應威脅提示時,大腦的特定區域活動會增強。 The group found that children who had been spanked had a greater neural response in multiple regions of the prefrontal cortex (PFC). These areas of the brain respond to cues in the environment that tend to be consequential, such as a threat, and may affect decision-making and processing of situations. 研究團隊發現,打屁股會增強兒童大腦前額葉皮層(PFC)多個區域的神經反應。大腦的這些區域會根據環境中的威脅等重要線索做出反應,並可能影響兒童的決策,以及對局勢的分析能力。 According to the study's authors, corporal punishment has been linked to the development of mental health issues, anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, and substance use disorders. 研究作者指出,體罰一直和心理健康問題、焦慮、憂鬱、行為問題及藥物濫用有關。   Next Article   Topic: Coffee before exercise increases fat-burning/運動前喝咖啡增加燃脂   If you're looking to maximize the amount of fat burned in your next workout, think about having a coffee half an hour before you get started – as a new study suggests it can make a significant difference to fat burning, especially later on in the day. 如果你希望在下次運動健身時最大程度地燃燒脂肪,不妨考慮在開始之前半小時喝咖啡—因為有新研究表明,它可以使脂肪燃燒量明顯變化,尤其是在下午。 Researchers found that 3 milligrams of caffeine per kilogram of body weight can boost the rate of fat burning during aerobic exercise, based on results gathered from 15 male volunteers. 研究人員發現,根據從15名男性志願者收集到的結果,按每公斤體重3毫克的量來攝取咖啡因,就可以提高有氧運動期間的脂肪燃燒率。 The coffee dose was shown to increase maximal fat oxidation rate(MFO, a measure of how efficiently the body burns off fat)by an average of 10.7 percent in the morning and 29 percent in the afternoon. 研究表明,這個咖啡攝取量可以增加最大脂肪氧化率(MFO,衡量人體燃燒脂肪效率的指標),上午平均增加10.7%,下午增加29%。 This is a study with a fairly small sample of participants, so it's important not to jump to too broad a conclusion, but the results are clear enough to suggest that there is some kind of association there. 由於該研究的參與者樣本數很少,因此重要的是不要過於廣泛下結論,但結果足夠清楚,表明存在某種關聯。   Next   Topic: Study Shows Baldness Can Be a Business Advantage 研究:光頭可成職場優勢   Men with shaved heads are perceived to be more masculine, dominant and, in some cases, to have greater leadership potential than those with longer locks or with thinning hair, according to a recent study out of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. 賓州大學華頓商學院最近的一項研究顯示,剃光頭的男人讓人覺得更有男人味和支配地位,在某些情況下,他們比頭髮較長或者頭髮稀疏的男人看起來更具領導潛力。 Some executives say the style makes them appear younger—or at least, makes their age less evident—and gives them more confidence than a comb-over or monk-like pate. 一些主管認為,光頭的髮型讓他們看起來更年輕,至少沒那麼顯老,而且相較於將頭髮梳向一邊或像修道士一樣的腦袋瓜,這種髮型能讓他們感到更自信。 The study found that men with thinning hair were viewed as the least attractive and powerful of the bunch, a finding that tracks with other studies showing that people perceive men with typical male-pattern baldness as older and less attractive. For those men, the solution could be as cheap and simple as a shave. 該研究發現,頭髮稀疏的男人被認為最沒有魅力、最沒有力量的一群人。這一結果也與其他研究相符,這些研究表明,人們認為典型的雄性禿頭讓男人看上去更老,更缺乏魅力。對於這些男人來說,既便宜又簡單的解決辦法就是剃個頭。

Rotten Horror Picture Show
60. In the Earth (Wild Card)

Rotten Horror Picture Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 81:25


Hello, horror hounds, this week on the Rotten Horror Picture Show, it's our sixtieth episode (if you continue to count the Bram Stoker's Dracula mishap), and that means it's Wild Card Week! We're getting a little heady with our horror for the big 6-0, a little psychedelic, a little fungal, and a lot English, as… Continue reading 60. In the Earth (Wild Card) Find all of our content at The Pensky File Links! • https://thepenskyfile.com/links • e-Mail : thepenskyfilevideo@gmail.com

Iron, Silver and Salt
Episode 64: Dracula

Iron, Silver and Salt

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 82:55


On this episode of Iron Silver and Salt, we tackle one of the greatest monsters from literary fiction: Count Dracula! But we can't do this one alone, so we are joined by a very special guest: Andrew Rakich from Atun Shei films! Andrew resets the Star Wars counter! Adrian comes out a winner! Will blows up a Unesco World Heritage Site! Chris clarifies the etymology of politicians! And the gang tells you how best to protect yourself from the one, the only Count Dracula!  Sources: Dracula: Atun Shei Films: Atun Shei's Dracula:  

Between 2 Mics
Art Heals All Wounds: SquadCast Podcast Spotlight

Between 2 Mics

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 46:00


Feed drop time! We're on a break from the show as we prepare for v5 of SquadCast and work on revamping the SquadCast podcast. So, we're bringing you carefully curated feed drops from some of our favorite SquadCasters.This week, we're spotlighting the work of Pam Uzzell, who's been a SquadPodder for a while now. SquadPod is what we call the SquadCast community on Slack. (Join us here). Pam Uzzell is a documentary filmmaker and podcaster currently living in Oakland, CA. At twenty-two, she began working in post-production, with credits in over twenty feature films, including Terminator 2, Godfather III, and Bram Stoker's Dracula. She is the director and producer of three independent documentaries, Some Call It Heaven (2007), Unearthing the Dream (2012), and Welcome to the Neighborhood (2018). More about Pam here. Here's what the episode is about, from Pam's website:Today, I'm joined by independent director and producer Alexi Lacey. She has over 20 years of experience in filmmaking, and her most recent project, Fiji Memory Colonial Time, has been on her mind since she was a teenager. The film explores the complexity of identity when it's been formed by privilege due to the exploitation of other people and the intended destruction of their culture. For Alexi, this was an opportunity to profile her mother's courage, share the bitter truths in their family's history, and the legacy of colonialism in Fiji. We discuss what motivated Alexi to pursue this story, how colonialism impacts our identities, and what she hopes viewers take away from this film. We also touch on the work that she does with issues around the housing crisis, displacement, and gentrification happening in San Francisco.Here's the description of the podcast, from Pam's website: Ready to unlock your inner artist? In this podcast, we explore the intersection between art and well-being. Listen as artists share how they creatively engage with the issues we all struggle with. Through their stories, we meet ourselves with compassion and find common ground. Why we chose this episode:Pam is an amazing producer and interviewer. The stories she chooses to highlight on her podcast are intriguing and heartfelt. We love how she effortlessly weaves in music to enhance her stories.Also in this episode:A pre-roll ad from Leah Carey's Good Girls Talk About SexPam UzzellJoin our communitySend us your podcast pre-rollsGet in touch with us on social mediaCreditsWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattMixed and designed by Vince Moreno Jr.Artwork and logos by Alex WhedbeeHosted by Zach Moreno and Rock Felder

Cocoons of Horror
#19 - Anthony and Steve revisit Bram Stoker's Dracula

Cocoons of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 45:35


Steve and Anthony take another look at Francis Ford Coppola's ambitious film adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula.  Vampire movies abound, but Coppola looked to reintroduce us to where it all began - and he opted to invite Keanu Reeves for some reason.

Monster Attack
Nosferatu | Episode 328

Monster Attack

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 65:21


Author Dacre Stoker (Dracula, The Undead, Dracul, The Lost Journal Of Bram Stoker) joins Jim and Mark Maddox for a round-table discussion of the 1922 silent film horror classic "Nosferatu," directed by F.W. Murnau and starring Max Schreck, Greta Schroder, Gustav von Wangenheim and Alexander Granach. Based on Bram Stoker's classic novel, the story traces the arrival of Count Orlock in a small German village which results in several mysterious deaths. Find out more about this German Expressionist masterpiece on this episode of MONSTER ATTACK!, the podcast dedicated to old Monster Movies.

ESO Network – The ESO Network
Nosferatu | Episode 328

ESO Network – The ESO Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 65:21


Author Dacre Stoker (Dracula, The Undead, Dracul, The Lost Journal Of Bram Stoker) joins Jim and Mark Maddox for a round-table discussion of the 1922 silent film horror classic “Nosferatu,” directed by F.W. Murnau and starring Max Schreck, Greta Schroder, Gustav von Wangenheim and Alexander Granach. Based on Bram Stoker’s classic novel, the story traces … Nosferatu | Episode 328 Read More » The post Nosferatu | Episode 328 appeared first on The ESO Network.

UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio
Church Of Mabus Dacre Stoker 125th Anniversary Of Dracula, Great Grand Nephew Of Bram Stoker

UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 108:20


Church Of Mabus  Dacre Stoker  125th Anniversary Of Dracula, Great Grand Nephew Of Bram Stoker

Not Quite Dead
Draculafest: Nosferatu - Count Dracula (1970) - Bram Stoker's Dracula

Not Quite Dead

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 91:00


One Dracula movie, ah ah ah. Two Dracula movies! Ah ah ah. THREE, three Dracula movies, ah ah ah! This mega episode covers three adaptations of the Dracula novel: Nosferatu, Count Dracula, and Bram Stoker's Dracula. All with varying degrees of fidelity to the book (and acting quality), the Not Quite Dead gals cover the highs and the lowest of lows in these movies (looking at you, Keanu's British accent). Tell us what your favorite version of Dracula is on the blog or on socials! Episode edited by Megan Prior-Pfeifer. Music by Zach Pfeifer.

The Evolution of Horror
VAMPIRES: Pt 2 - A History of Dracula (1897 - )

The Evolution of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 147:54


“I am…Dracula!” This week Mike is joined by Dracula expert and author of the Anno Dracula books Kim Newman to discuss the importance of the character and story on horror cinema. In the second half of the episode Mike is joined by Adam Robinson for a deep-dive discussion of Bram Stoker's seminal 1897 novel. Music by Jack Whitney.  Visit our website www.evolutionofhorror.com  Buy tickets for our next upcoming EVOLUTION OF HORROR PRESENTS screening at the Genesis Cinema! www.evolutionofhorror.com/genesis You can now buy Evolution of Horror merch on our TeePublic store! www.evolutionofhorror.com/merchandise Subscribe and donate on PATREON for bonus monthly content and extra treats... www.patreon.com/evolutionofhorror  Email us!  Follow us on TWITTER Follow us on INSTAGRAM Like us on FACEBOOK Join the DISCUSSION GROUP Follow us on LETTERBOXD Mike Muncer is a producer, podcaster and film journalist and can be found on TWITTER

Who Did What Now
Elizabeth Báthory - The Blood Countess

Who Did What Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:04


The life of the infamous Elizabeth Báthory has been a cautionary tale of terror throughout the ages, known as a vampiric villainess who viciously murdered over young women and girls and bathing in their blood in order to retain her youth and beauty. This Hungarian noblewoman is said to be a massive source of inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula, a woman so dangerous that the Guinness Book of Records claims her as the world's most prolific murderer. But, was Countess Báthory Erszébet a sadistic serial killer, or was she a victim of a slanderous conspiracy to crush a strong woman and others like her...?   Hosted by Katie Charlwood New episodes every Tuesday   Donate at:  https://gofund.me/7e5da370  https://patreon.com/whodidwhatnow  https://ko-fi.com/caitcatch Revolut: WhatKatieDid https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/whodidwhatnowpod Wishlist https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/2LAB2ZP4U9USX?ref_=wl_share MERCH!! https://spreadshirt.ie/user/whodidwhatnowpod https://beacons.page/whodidwhatnowpod   Follow me on... https://twitter.com/whodidwhatnowpd https://instagram.com/whodidwhatnowpod https://tiktok.com/@whodidwhatnowpod https://facebook.com/whodidwhatnowpodcast   Business Enquiries: whodidwhatnowpod@gmail.com Fan Mail:   Who Did What Now Podcast Willow Tree Farm Donegal Ireland F94KX64

Undercooked Analysis
121 - "The Lair of the White Worm" (Part 4) by Bram Stoker

Undercooked Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 71:02


The whole gang (plus Matt) get together, get drunk, and get properly fed up with this story. They can only handle so much verbose, empty dialogue and passing references to way more interesting details that should have been shown, not told through the narrative. But is this truly the end? Read along with us here!

One of Us
Digital Noise Episode 302: Wright Should Know Martial Arts by Osmosis

One of Us

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 104:43


DIGITAL NOISE EPISODE 302: WRIGHT SHOULD KNOW MARTIAL ARTS BY OSMOSIS Chris and Wright take on a trio of major martial arts movies, an early 2000s Japanese indie that was bloody entertaining as hell, a film that explains why they didn't keep going through all the Universal monsters after Bram Stoker's Dracula, the movie that… Read More »Digital Noise Episode 302: Wright Should Know Martial Arts by Osmosis

In Our Time
Polidori's The Vampyre

In Our Time

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 51:17


Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the influential novella of John Polidori (1795-1821) published in 1819 and attributed first to Lord Byron (1788-1824) who had started a version of it in 1816 at the Villa Diodati in the Year Without A Summer. There Byron, his personal physician Polidori, Mary and Percy Shelley and Claire Clairmont had whiled away the weeks of miserable weather by telling ghost stories, famously giving rise to Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'. Emerging soon after, 'The Vampyre' thrilled readers with its aristocratic Lord Ruthven who glutted his thirst with the blood of his victims, his status an abrupt change from the stories of peasant vampires of eastern and central Europe that had spread in the 18th Century with the expansion of the Austro-Hungarian empire. The connection with Lord Byron gave the novella a boost, and soon 'The Vampyre' spawned West End plays, penny dreadfuls such as 'Varney the Vampire', Bram Stoker's 'Dracula', F.W Murnau's film 'Nosferatu A Symphony of Horror', and countless others. The image above is of Bela Lugosi (1882-1956) as Count Mora in Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer's 'Vampires of Prague' (1935) With Nick Groom Professor of Literature in English at the University of Macau Samantha George Associate Professor of Research in Literature at the University of Hertfordshire And Martyn Rady Professor Emeritus of Central European History at University College London Producer: Simon Tillotson

In Our Time: Culture
Polidori's The Vampyre

In Our Time: Culture

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 51:17


Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the influential novella of John Polidori (1795-1821) published in 1819 and attributed first to Lord Byron (1788-1824) who had started a version of it in 1816 at the Villa Diodati in the Year Without A Summer. There Byron, his personal physician Polidori, Mary and Percy Shelley and Claire Clairmont had whiled away the weeks of miserable weather by telling ghost stories, famously giving rise to Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein'. Emerging soon after, 'The Vampyre' thrilled readers with its aristocratic Lord Ruthven who glutted his thirst with the blood of his victims, his status an abrupt change from the stories of peasant vampires of eastern and central Europe that had spread in the 18th Century with the expansion of the Austro-Hungarian empire. The connection with Lord Byron gave the novella a boost, and soon 'The Vampyre' spawned West End plays, penny dreadfuls such as 'Varney the Vampire', Bram Stoker's 'Dracula', F.W Murnau's film 'Nosferatu A Symphony of Horror', and countless others. The image above is of Bela Lugosi (1882-1956) as Count Mora in Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer's 'Vampires of Prague' (1935) With Nick Groom Professor of Literature in English at the University of Macau Samantha George Associate Professor of Research in Literature at the University of Hertfordshire And Martyn Rady Professor Emeritus of Central European History at University College London Producer: Simon Tillotson

Shat the Movies: 80's & 90's Best Film Review

"Blade" left a mark on every '90s teen—the music, the fashion, the detailed breakdown of the vampire economy—but many forget it also kicked off Marvel's string of cinematic success. It was darker than any superhero film we'd ever seen, and it had a sense of humor. With a blazing fast origin story and immediate action, this movie had our attention from the jump, inspiring conversations about the proper way for vampires to age, Wesley Snipes' fighting style, whether vampires should have a living wage, and how an ancient temple ends up in Detroit. In this episode, Big D volunteers to get "gothed up." Ash explains her undying attraction to Stephen Dorff, and Gene details how vampires are born. The Shat Crew also ranks the four bloodsucking movies it's covered so far: "Blade," "The Lost Boys," "Interview with the Vampire," "From Dusk Till Dawn," and "Bram Stoker's Dracula." SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: hosts@shatpod.com Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite

The Classic Tales Podcast
Ep. 781, The Great God Pan, Part 1 of 3, by Arthur Machen

The Classic Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 64:24


Some have seen the veil of existence lifted, and wonders upon wonders opened before their mind's eye. They call this seeing the Great God Pan. Now Dr. Raymond will attempt to lift the veil again, surgically. Arthur Machen, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. We are proudly supported by our listeners. Many, many thanks to our financial supporters who pitch in every month to help us keep the lights on. If you enjoy the show, please sign up to be a supporter for as little as $5 a month. We'll give you a coupon code every month as a thank you. Go to http://classictalesaudiobooks.com and become a financial supporter today. The Crystal Stopper, the fifth installment in the Arsène Lupin series, is now available at http://classictalesaudiobooks.com. The fourth installment, 813, was recently reviewed in Audiofile Magazine. You can pick up 813 and The Crystal Stopper by visiting the links in the details for this week's episode.   And now for something completely different. Welsh author Arthur Machen pioneered the world of Gothic fiction, spanning the distance between Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft. This particular work of classic horror is instrumental in employing the triggering device of occultism, as well as using several different points of view to build a story. This use of various letters to build a cohesive narrative was also used by Victorian authors Wilkie Collins in The Moonstone, Bram Stoker in Dracula, and later by H.P. Lovecraft in The Call of Cthulhu. The concept of a veil that is lifted to reveal a “world elsewhere” is also a common Victorian story device, as used by George Eliot in “The Lifted Veil”. Machen moved them all forward. First published in 1890, it is interesting to consider that when the story's editor, Clarke, is compiling his volume of proof of the existence of the Devil, he assiduously refrains from using published works. In the compiling of his theory, the use of unpublished works is far more valuable to make his point absolutely clear.   And now, The Great God Pan, Part 1 of 3, by Arthur Machen. Follow this link to purchase The Crystal Stopper, Arsène Lupin #5, by Maurice Leblanc.   Follow this link to become a monthly supporter:   Follow this link to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: