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09.24.2015
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October is one week away, but that hasn't stopped folks from jumping head-first into the Halloween spirit and delighting themselves with the presence of enigmatic creatures and villains. One of the most popular to grace this upcoming holiday, as well as the silver screen, is that of Count Dracula. Vampire films have varied over the years but the character of Dracula will always be revisited time and time again. The best may be a matter of personal preference but Jesse Shade has put together a brief history of the character and the actors who have portrayed him, starting with DRACULA'S DEATH in 1921 and bringing us all the way to this year's HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2. Join us as we took a look back over the past century to explore the different incarnations of one of the greatest film monsters ever created...Count Dracula.

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9:58AM on 09/25/2015
So many great Draculas.

I'm thinking Gary Oldman's version was one of my favorites.
So many great Draculas.

I'm thinking Gary Oldman's version was one of my favorites.
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1:43PM on 09/24/2015
Fun to see them all together like this. Let's see if the Universal Monsters team can bring anything interesting to the party.
Fun to see them all together like this. Let's see if the Universal Monsters team can bring anything interesting to the party.
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10:53AM on 09/24/2015
I enjoy every iteration of Dracula for one reason or another, but I think the 1970s version with Frank Langella is my favorite.

The recent Dracula prequel was surprising entertaining, although I didn't care for the ending in modern times.

We're definitely overdue for a new Dracula film.
I enjoy every iteration of Dracula for one reason or another, but I think the 1970s version with Frank Langella is my favorite.

The recent Dracula prequel was surprising entertaining, although I didn't care for the ending in modern times.

We're definitely overdue for a new Dracula film.
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