animal lover, gardener, knitter, and gourmet cook

dracula (1931)

One of my coworkers told me aboug Dracula Daily, which is a newsletter that goes out each day that something happens to the characters in the book. It runs May through November. It has been interesting to see the story unfold over that timeline. I’ve been planning on watching the 1992 version of the story after it’s done, but a local theater was playing the 1931 version, so I thought it would be fun to go there and see it, too (even though the story isn’t over yet). They were playing Halloweed-themed movies all month. The theater was pretty cool. It’s in need of refurbishing, but if they accomplish their goal, it’s going to be a really nice place.

Anyway, I find old movies to be pretty cheesy and this one was no different. Also, they took a lot of liberties with the plot. But, it was still fun to get out for the evening.