Death of Centuries

Your daily dose of classic vampires. From Dracula to Carmilla, from Varney to lord Ruthven

"You shouldn’t watch a horror film and laugh", says the professor

In my mind, this scene shines with the strength of a thousand galaxies:

samhaineveningpost:

Coca-Cola commercial with Dracula

I will never stop being fascinated about how original American stuff is *^*

(via spookshowvixens)

My bestie offered to go with me to Dracula Untold so I don’t have to suffer alone for my blog’s sake again. What a sweet guy :3

Dracula Untold is all around my facebook feed

venereathorne ha dicho: I LOVE The Spanish version. It’s so much more dynamic and violent than the English one.

Me too. But since I am a native Spanish speaker, I miss Lugosi’s accent hahahahahaha

cockend:

The mummified heart is said to be that of vampire Auguste Delagrance, responsible for the deaths of more than forty people back in the 1900, a period of vampirism in the USA. When he was identified, Delagrance was hunted down by a Romano Catholic priest and a Voodoo Hougan, and was destroyed in 1912. (x)

This is fucking Rad

(Source: welcometothe1jungle, via thecosmicproduction)

how in the world can a 1931 film a) be 5 gbs b) take two days to download.
But yeah, found a torrent of the Spanish version, since the DVD seems to be unavailable everywhere.

how in the world can a 1931 film a) be 5 gbs b) take two days to download.

But yeah, found a torrent of the Spanish version, since the DVD seems to be unavailable everywhere.

rosebleue:

Ok so classes started and my holidays through the valley of the shadow of death finished. (I mean that literally. Not only my grandmother died but ALSO my godfather, a week after it.)

My holidays consisted of a month long funeral and well, that’s the reason I haven’t updated any of my blogs.

I also have two cats now instead of one.

I am going to reblog this to p much all of my other blogs so meh. 

My grandma, the person that raised me and the one I got obsessed with Dracula for, is dead now. 

She apparently had stomach cancer for years without showing any symptoms, so she died the next day to the one she was diagnosed in. I was in Turkey, but got on time for the funeral, don’t worry.

(or 21 if I am tired from the travel)

Inbox is open, though.

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