Trick or treat, bag of sweets, Halloween is coming
When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween...
The Devil holds the strings which move us!
Satan, Beelzebub, Lucifer… the Devil has many names and faces, all of which have always served artists as a source of inspiration. Often commissioned by religious leaders as images of fear or veneration, depending on the society, representations of the underworld served to instruct believers and lead them along the path of righteousness.
Dracula : Blood, Sexuality and Spirituality
Dracula in the Wallachian language means Devil. The Wallachians were, at that time, as they are at present, used to give this as a surname to any person who rendered himself conspicuous either by courage, cruel actions, or cunning.
It’s spooky time, ready for your Halloween night!
"On Halloween, witches come true; wild ghosts escape from dreams. Each monster dances in the park." - Nick Gordon. Halloween is a celebration observed in many countries on 31st October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day.
The Genesis of mystery Dracula for the Spooky Halloween
Intrigued by evil and gore, Stoker developed a literary presence that was effortlessly translated to screen by the likes of Murnau, Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee and Francis Ford Coppola. Dracula became such an obsession as it embodied a taboo subject matter: the desire for blood and sex.
Dracula: Adventure to the mystery
Transylvanian mystique and legendary hauntedness surround the most infamous Bram Stoker’s protagonists, forming a legacy that allows the myth to continue into modern times, maintaining a cultish following, yet broadening to a general fascination. Intrigued by evil and gore, Stoker developed a literary presence that was effortlessly translated to screen by the likes of Murnau, Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee and Francis Ford Coppola.
Heaven, Hell and Dying Well
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