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Dracula (movie, 1931)

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  • Ted Post dies at 95; veteran TV and movie director

     Ted Post dies at 95; veteran TV and movie director
    Ted Post, a veteran television and film director who directed a young Clint Eastwood on TV's "Rawhide" and later directed the film legend in the hit movies "Hang `em High" and "Magnum Force," has died. He was 95. Post, who had been in failing health,...
  • Fall TV Preview: From 'Sleepy Hollow' to 'Ravenswood' to 'Atlantis'

    Fall TV Preview: From 'Sleepy Hollow' to 'Ravenswood' to 'Atlantis'
    The Fall Season is here, people. And though premieres will happen up and down what is still anachronistically called a dial, the season remains mainly the domain of the broadcast networks — which seem bent for the moment not on aping cable TV, as...
  • Universal horror: ‘Essential’ Blu-ray spotlights classic actors

     
    The month of October has been a big one for fans of Universal's landmark horror films — the classic movies ......
  • 'Dracula' Eyed as Legendary's First Film with Universal Pictures (EXCLUSIVE)

    Thomas Tull may have found his next creature feature. The producer of monster movies like "Godzilla" and "Pacific Rim" is wasting no time in choosing which films he wants to make at Universal Pictures, with "Dracula" poised to become the first high-...
  • A drive-in horror show, but for a good cause

    A drive-in horror show, but for a good cause
    The past few years have been tough on drive-in movie theater owners, who have been forced to chuck their 35 mm projectors in favor of newer digital models if they want to continue to feature the latest releases. The switch-over costs money — money...
  • Universal Shifts 'Dracula' to October 2014 Release

    Universal Pictures has moved the release of its "Dracula" reboot from Aug. 8, 2014 to Oct. 3, 2014. The studio also announced it will release "Search Party" on Sept. 12, 2014. "Search Party" is the directorial debut of "Hangover" scribe Scot Armstrong...
  • NBC Gets Aggressive at 10 p.m. This Fall

    No one should be feeling too pea-cocky just yet, but for the first time in years, NBC seems to have some wind at its back. The long-struggling network broke through last season, finishing ahead of one of its rivals (ABC) in the young adults demo for...
  • 'The Purge' hopes to make a killing for less

    'The Purge' hopes to make a killing for less
    If you're a movie studio with money to burn, summer is bonfire time. Almost every week there's a new $200-million-plus production — Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" and Paramount's "World War Z" are the next budget-busters — and it costs...
  • NBC's 2013-14 schedule banks on new shows, past stars

    NBC's 2013-14 schedule banks on new shows, past stars
    Hoping to change it prime time fortunes, NBC announced a bold new schedule Sunday filled with new shows and familiar stars. The network plans to introduce 17 new series during the season, including six new comedies, eight new dramas and three new reality...
  • Check It Out: Ghosts, vampires, werewolves and zombies

    Late October brings many strange creatures to the library, just in time for Halloween. Popular culture is once again infatuated — smitten, even — with dark characters suffering from vampiric curses, terribly monstrous afflictions and other...
  • Move is a real scream for Berwyn collectibles shop Horrorbles

    Move is a real scream for Berwyn collectibles shop Horrorbles
    You're alone in the far back corner of a basement on Roosevelt Road, the air choked with the dank smell of age. Above you, a Berwyn storefront. Around you, the cluttered office of its owner. What kind of maniac intentionally keeps his desk in the far back...
  • William Asher dies at 90; 'I Love Lucy,' 'Bewitched' director

    As the director of more than 100 episodes of the enduringly classic 1950s sitcom "I Love Lucy," William Asher considered the first episode he directed to be one of his most memorable: Lucy and Ethel working in a chocolate factory. But for Asher, who died...