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  • 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...
  • The vampire's allure

    The vampire's allure
    Anne Rice hasn’t written about vampires in almost a decade. But for many fans, she remains the authority on the undead. So when she made an appearance at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, a gathering of comic, fantasy and science fiction...
  • Vampire literature

    Vampire literature
    Sink your teeth into this lit Vampire folklore dates back 3,000 years, with the oldest myths coming out of Mesopotamia, though cultures from ancient Egypt to China had stories of creatures...
  • Gayle on the Go: Saturday, Oct. 29

    Saturday, 1:30pm 2nd Annual Voices of the Macabre Bowers Museum, 2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana (714) 567 3600 www.bowers.org Santa Ana's Bowers Museum becomes the Boo-wers Mausoleum this Halloween weekend, where excerpts from Bram Stoker's Dracula,...
  • Halloween gathering at Westminster Hall raises spirit of Poe, and some cash

    Halloween gathering at Westminster Hall raises spirit of Poe, and some cash
    A gal with a meat cleaver embedded in her head. A living skeleton. Lots of witches, with pointy hats and long noses. And plenty of guys dressed like your host for the evening, the estimable author and, though dead for 162 years, favorite son of old...
  • Motion picture academy invites 176 new members

    Motion picture academy invites 176 new members
    This post has been updated, as indicated below. The  Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invited 176 new members into the organization on Friday, including Octavia Spencer, Terrence Malick, Matthew McConaughey, Kristen Wiig, Kerry Washington,...
  • Mac Wellman's "Dracula" Bows at Yale Cabaret in New Haven

    Mac Wellman's "Dracula" Bows at Yale Cabaret in New Haven
    Mac Wellman's absurdist, psycho-sexual adaptation (we're there!) of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" will be presented Feb. 16 to 18 at the Yale Cabaret, 217 Park St., New Haven. The production, with its 11-member ensemble, features melodrama, physical comedy,...
  • Baltimore libraries will soon check out Nooks in addition to books

    Baltimore libraries will soon check out Nooks in addition to books
    After Crystal Langdon checks out 22 books from her library on Reisterstown Road on Wednesday, she plans to carry them home on the Metro in her purse. And preteen boys enrolled at St. Ignatius Loyola Academy may soon be able to leave their book bags at...
  • 'Plan 9' and other sci-fi memorabilia go on the auction block

    'Plan 9' and other sci-fi memorabilia go on the auction block
    He always vowed that he wouldn't die unless he could take it with him. But now that Forrest J Ackerman really is gone, the grand old man of science fiction's memorabilia collection is on the auction block. Thousands of items, including the Count Dracula...