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Bram Stoker

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  • "Dracula" will visit high school

    Students in La Cañada High School’s theater department have been building their acting skills during rehearsals for the school’s third annual production of “Dracula.” The limited engagement is set to run from on Feb. 27, Feb. 28...
  • Graphic novels: our favorites

    Graphic novels: our favorites
    "Maus" by Art Spiegelman Merely recalling the title tears my guts out. Art Speigelman’s Holocaust narrative “Maus” justly won him the Pulitzer Prize in 1992. Drawn with intensity, the graphic text depicts anthropomorphized mice —...
  • Theater review: 'Dracula' from UCF Conservatory Theatre

    Theater review: 'Dracula' from UCF Conservatory Theatre
    Is it ironic to point out that 'Dracula' seems dated? I mean, the title character has been around for 500 years, we're told. But Dracula's story, onstage at the University of Central Florida, seems a throwback to another time. Watching Bram Stoker's 1897...
  • Review "Little Vampire Women," "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter"

    Review "Little Vampire Women," "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter"
    "Little Vampire Women" By Louisa May Alcott and Lynn Messina HarperTeen, 320 pages, $8.99 "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" By Jane Austen and Seth Graeme Smith uirk Books, 319 pages, $24.95   "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" By Seth Grahame Smith...
  • Small horror presses fill niche gaps left by big publishers

    Small horror presses fill niche gaps left by big publishers
    As book publishers struggle to succeed in this economy, horror writers have to find alternatives to large publishing houses that, according to some authors, are accepting less material from niche genres. These writers are turning to small presses, where...
  • Dark Passages: 21st century Sherlock Holmes

    Dark Passages: 21st century Sherlock Holmes
    It's far too easy to stereotype an avid fan of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle's storied and much-beloved detective. After all, the pipe-smoking deductive genius, since his birth in the pages of Strand magazine in 1887, has inspired many admirers to...
  • Getting bookishly appy with the iPhone

     
    Lately people have been asking me with excitement what apps I've got on my iPhone, and I shrug and change the subject. It's a phone, it plays music, it gives me directions, it lets me e-mail from as many accounts......
  • Watson wins 'Jeopardy!' finale; Ken Jennings welcomes 'our new computer overlords'

     
    Watson wins 'Jeopardy!'; Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter defeated...
  • IBM's Watson on 'Jeopardy': The machine has won

     
    The machine has won. Watson defeated the two top champions "Jeopardy" has so-far produced: Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. The IBM supercomputer finished the final round of competition on Wednesday night with $77,147 in winnings over Jennings' $24,000 and...
  • Theater review: 'Children of the Night' at the Beverly Hills Playhouse

     
    Turns out Bram Stoker was once a vampire???s assistant. The ???Dracula??? author???s day job was managing actor Henry Irving, a Victorian A-lister whose massive ego sucked the life out of his entourage ??? and was the inspiration for Stoker???s immortal.....
  • Listen in on sound masters at the Academy's 'Horrorshow'

     
    Continuing our countdown to Halloween is another Susan King special touting what will be a cool look by many of the creators of audible terror at some of film's greatest scary tales -- from 1925's "The Phantom of the Opera"......