Long-time horror fan Pearce Duncan takes you through the various incarnations of Dracula in media over the last 100+ years.
Jess Franco's Dracula - Part 1
The unique and prolific Jess Franco made five Dracula movies over a period of 33 years. We're going to look at them all, along with a potted history of his career in general.
A brief announcement
We are now a fortnightly show, so tune in next week and every two weeks from then for premium Dracula content.
Jonathan Harker's Journal part 1
A reading of the opening chapter of Dracula by Bram Stoker.
Wes Craven Presents Dracula 2000 Sucks
If you haven't watched Dracula 2000, don't bother! Just listen to this episode then watch the sequel, Dracula II: Ascension. It's a better movie and I'll be talking about it next week. Check us out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/draculasuxpodcast
Big Finish Dracula
In which the people best known for keeping original-cast Doctor Who alive in the wilderness years turn their hands to Dracula, featuring Mark Gattis (The League of Gentlemen, Sherlock) as the Count several years before his upcoming tv version.
Jack Palance is Dracula
Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows, The Night Stalker) and Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, The Night Stalker) re-team to cast western and gangster actor Jack Palance as an aristocratic vampire in a tv movie version of the story that features more focus on Dracula's boxes of dirt than most adaptations.
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Like Hardcore History, if it was 20 minutes long and exclusively about Dracula! Like You Must Remember This, if it was 20 minutes long and only covered Dracula! Seriously though, it has much in common with both of those heavyweights- a single voice with deep, deep subject knowledge and a good nose for the right anecdote to illuminate the whole of a rich, under-explored subject area. Dive in!
Starting strong; looking forward to more!
Coming from a place of love and extensive experience on the subject, this podcast promises to be an interesting, compelling deep-dive into... well, the entirety of the Dracula mythos. 🧛♂️ Also, extra points for mentioning short-lived extra-lurid British horror comic ‘Scream’ in the podcast’s intro episode! 👍😀