Posts Tagged ‘dracula’

Dracula (1958)

Dracula (1958)
One of the jewels in the Hammer Studio crown, Terence Fisher’s colourful and camp take on Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula is soon to be released on Blu-ray crisper, brighter and longer than ever before. Dracula has been restored once previously by the BFI and was re-released as recently as 2007....
March 13th, 2013 | DVD Reviews | Read More

Hotel Transylvania (2012)

Hotel Transylvania (2012)
2012 was a very good year for those who wanted their animated movies with an extra touch of the macabre mixed in. ParaNorman and Frankenweenie may have been the films that held more appeal for the adults taking their children along, but Hotel Transylvania is no slouch either, despite taking a much broader...
February 7th, 2013 | Film Reviews | Read More

Gary Oldman: A Life in Pictures

Gary Oldman: A Life in Pictures
The champagne was flowing at BAFTA earlier on this week as a celebration of the brilliant Gary Oldman in the form of A Life in Pictures talk happened. The chameleon of cinema looked suave in a stylish grey suit and sported a moustache, which we have come to associate with his character Commissioner Gordon...
September 21st, 2011 | Feature, Spotlight | Read More

Nosferatu: The Vampyre (1979)

Nosferatu: The Vampyre (1979)
Kinski's portrayal of the Count poses unsettling questions: Who is the victim in all this, and who is the predator?
May 25th, 2010 | DVD Reviews, Feature | Read More