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  • Watch NBC's new drama trailers: 'Blacklist,' 'Ironside,' 'Dracula'

    Watch NBC's new drama trailers: 'Blacklist,' 'Ironside,' 'Dracula'
    NBC is adding three new dramas to its 2013-14 lineup: "The Blacklist," "Ironside" and "Dracula." "The Blacklist," which will air at 10 p.m. Mondays, stars James Spader, formerly of "Boston Legal," "The Practice" and "The Office." The show is a crime...
  • 2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday

    2013 TV upfronts: NBC revamps with family Thursday, Spader Monday
    NEW YORK -- In a time long removed from Michael Scott and must-see TV, NBC is hoping Michael J. Fox and Sean Hayes can help fill its Thursday night comedy void. The network on Monday unveiled its programming for the year ahead during its annual upfront...
  • Orlando Shakespeare Theater revives 'Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker'

    Orlando Shakespeare Theater revives 'Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker'
    You just can't keep a vampire down — well, not without a wooden stake. Orlando Shakespeare Theater will revive "Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker" for a monthlong run through the Halloween season. The one-man play comes at Bram Stoker's...
  • Review: 'The Abominable' by Dan Simmons

    Review: 'The Abominable' by Dan Simmons
    A friend writes: “Paranoiacs often project their craziness onto fundamentalism (which they conflate with religion per se) rather than onto capitalism, which is the long-governing force behind fundamentalism.” She is referring to the tendency...
  • NBC's 'Dracula' aims for a sexy revamp with Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    NBC's 'Dracula' aims for a sexy revamp with Jonathan Rhys Meyers
    This is not your great-great grandfather's Dracula. It's NBC's — and that means in this lush, re-imagined world, the mysterious count made famous in Bram Stoker's 1897 classic now has washboard abs, is posing as an American (vampire) in London,...
  • 'Dracula' review: Dracula is back with a vengeance

    'Dracula' review: Dracula is back with a vengeance
    When I popped in NBC's new drama "Dracula," I wasn't sure if I was watching a remake of Bram Stoker's classic thriller or ABC's nighttime soap "Revenge." The traditional players from Stoker's book appear in the stylish retread (9 p.m. CT Oct. 25, NBC; 2....
  • TV Picks: 'The Returned,' 'The Graduates,' Welles' 'War,' 'Dracula'

    TV Picks: 'The Returned,' 'The Graduates,' Welles' 'War,' 'Dracula'
    "The Returned" (Sundance Channel, Thursdays). A French miniseries in eight parts, based on a 2004 film of the same French name ("Les Revenants") but a different English one ("They Came Back"). The word "zombie" is often mentioned in press for the series,...
  • Review: NBC's 'Dracula' is sumptuous, sexy and, yes, bloody fun

    Review: NBC's 'Dracula' is sumptuous, sexy and, yes, bloody fun
    It is a little late to be worrying much over the body of Dracula. From pulp he came and to pulp he shall forever return. For every serious or even vaguely faithful take on the 1897 Bram Stoker novel — Browning, Murnau, Coppola, Herzog, et al....
  • 'Carrie,' 'World War Z' and more scary movies by topic

    'Carrie,' 'World War Z' and more scary movies by topic
    "Carrie" is back, and the billboards all over town give notice that she's out to instill fear in us. But with all the ways to see movies these days, and all the many franchises of hit horrors, there's plenty of cinematic fear to go around. Here are a...
  • Witches are one way to 'safely' present strong female characters

    Witches are one way to 'safely' present strong female characters
    In her book "Pure Lust: Elemental Feminist Philosophy," famed theologian and radical feminist Mary Daly imagined a female-run hag-ocracy, a new world of Witches, Crones, Harpies, Furies and Amazons. Or, as we like to call it, television. Even taking...
  • Review: 'The Impaler' tries to keep it real but misses the mark

    Less about vampires than deals with the devil, "The Impaler" draws not on "Dracula" but the historical figure who inspired Bram Stoker's iconic bloodsucker: Vlad III, a vicious 15th century Crusader known for impaling his victims. Seven friends who look...