Count Dracula (DVD review)
Louis Jourdan stars in this BBC production from 1977.
by Bram Stoker (online book)
The original story, first published in 1897, it has
never been out of print.
Dracula's Guest by Bram Stoker
Believed to be a discarded chapter from Dracula.
My review of the Jimcin Recordings audiobook.
Carmilla by J. S. Le Fanu (online
This short story, written by J. S. Fanu and first published in 1871, is
believed to have been one of the inspirations for Dracula.
eine Symphonie des Grauens
Made in 1922 and probably the first Dracula movie. Max Shreck
stars. When the director, F. W. Murnau, asked the Stoker family if he
could make a movie version of Bram Stoker's book, the family refused to
sanction the movie. He made it anyway. Dracula was renamed Count Orlok,
and a few other changes were made, but not enough to keep Murnau out of
court. The Stokers sued and won. The judge ruled that all copies of the
movie should be destroyed, but one print escaped, so the movie lives on.
The Dracula Archives by Raymond
Rudorff (Book Review)
Drawing on many of the same sources as Stoker's story, Rudorff's
novel was first published in 1971 and is a little known and much
neglected novel that should apppeal to any reader who enjoyed the
The Brides of Dracula (audiobook
My review of the audiobook recording of the
Atlanta Radio Theatre Company's dramatization of Stoker's
Horror of Dracula (movie review)
Christopher Lee's first outing as Count Dracula (1958).
Zoltan: Hound of Dracula (movie
Originally released under the title Dracula's Dog, Zoltan: Hound of Dracula
was released in 1978. As the name suggests, it is a movie about a