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Fall colors lend a mystical air to the land of Bram Stoker's famous Count, it seems, as Romania's castles, mountains and gorges take on the reds and golds of autumn. The "Transylvanian Fall Foliage Special Tour for Seniors" hits the highlights of the...
Zap2It.comOnce more into the 'Dracula' breach for Universal. The studio has decided that it's just been too darned long since viewers got to see an origin story for the world's most famous vampire. Thus, writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless have been recruited...
Times Staff WriterCurrent assignment: "Last Days," Gus Van Sant's film about the last days of a Kurt Cobain-esque rock star. Previous credits: "Bram Stoker's Dracula," "The Mummy," "Sahara" and Van Sant's "Gerry" and "Elephant." Sound off: "A sound designer is a very...
Times Staff WriterThe notion of a holiday built around literature is a contradiction, which makes Dublin the right destination for those inclined toward the literary life. Travel, after all, is about going and doing. The consolations of reading are solitary; even the...
Special To NewsdayElizabeth Bathory, the so-called "Blood Countess" and reigning sexual sadist of 16th century Hungary, has inspired several recent movies, including "Eternal," "BloodRayne" and — be warned — another couple yet to come. With the arrival of "Stay...
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Times Staff WriterStraight out of Canada by way of Transylvania, "Dracula — Pages From a Virgin's Diary" ranks among the more eccentric wonders of the new-movie world. A wittily revisionist adaptation of the Bram Stoker classic and a passionate kiss to a lost...
Tags: Tod Browning, Bela Lugosi, Dancing, Francis Ford Coppola, Sports
Sentinel Staff WriterThe following is a list of theatrical productions: ANNIE RUSSELL THEATRE The theater is on the campus of Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. Season tickets are $50 and $60 for general audiences and $47 and $57 for seniors. Second-stage shows...
Times Staff WriterIt's axiomatic among film critics that the movies have gone to the dogs, or more precisely to teenage boys. Given the current crop of cheerlessly noisy entertainments, such bitterness is understandable, but then again it's summer. Summer is the critics'...
FOR THE TIMESFriday August 16, 1996 What it lacks in irony and suspense, Gilbert Adler's "Tales From the Crypt Presents Bordello of Blood" makes up for in whimsy and cheeky self-assurance. The second feature to emerge from the long-running HBO horror show is a...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday December 22, 1995 Not to venture forth some sort of radical idea, but aren't comedies supposed to have jokes? Mel Brooks' "Dracula: Dead and Loving It" has its share of misfired gags, to be sure, but what's truly surprising is how little...
Tags: Entertainment, Vehicles, Death, Mel Brooks, Movies
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