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Announcing the Mel Brooks Blogathon!

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Mel Brooks is one of the greatest comedic filmmakers of all time, having made many classic comedies, most of which spoofed a particular film or genre.  From The Producers to Young Frankenstein to Spaceballs, Brooks has left an incredible legacy in the worlds of comedy and cinema.  June 28th marks Brooks’ … Continue reading


Dracula (1931)

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“Children of the night.  What music they make!” exclaims Count Dracula to Renfield. There have been many film adaptations of Bram Stoker’s Dracula over the last century.  The most famous of the early adaptations is F.W. Murnau’s unauthorized adaptation, the … Continue reading