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#dracula

# dracula - Monday 20 August, 2018

From The Daily Edge Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves think their on-screen marriage may have been legit Winona And Keanu Forever

Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves think their on-screen marriage may have been legit

A real priest was used in the scene.

# dracula - Wednesday 25 October, 2017

From mummified bodies to a civil service desk job, this was Bram Stoker's Dublin

We explored the connections the author of Dracula has to Ireland’s capital.

# dracula - Sunday 22 October, 2017

How a former Riverdance star is turning Dracula into a mysterious stranger

A new play premiering next week ignores the usual Dracula tropes, making the story even more eerie.

# dracula - Wednesday 26 October, 2016

The making of Dracula: How Bram Stoker's 'in-betweener' status inspired horror

Being a middle-class Anglican in Victorian Dublin helped Stoker create one of literature’s most monstrous characters.

# dracula - Saturday 25 July, 2015

A festival in the heart of Dracula-country is giving away tickets in exchange for blood

You’ll need to be festival-fit in more ways than one.

# dracula - Saturday 26 October, 2013

Dracula's legacy: How the 'Irish-born' vampire kicked off horror films

Dracula is the most enduring horror character – but why do we love him so much?

# dracula - Monday 8 July, 2013

From The Daily Edge Dracula producers ban fake tan in Irish casting call Fake Bake

Dracula producers ban fake tan in Irish casting call

They’re looking for olive-skinned people in Ireland – but fakes are not acceptable.

# dracula - Wednesday 31 October, 2012

Polish archbishop condemns "dangers of pagan Halloween"

Archbishop Andrzej Dziega denounced dressing up as ghouls and ghosts for the 31 October festival as a “promotion of paganism”, and of death.