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Dracula S01 E10: Let There Be Light

Lady Jayne & Browning ep 10

Sometimes we humans are more evil than the monsters we seek to kill. In episode 9, Van Helsing was so set on revenge that he was ready to bash in the heads of Browning’s young children, and Harker, social climber that he is, has joined the Order of the Dragon. The cards are dealt, but with his comrades joining the dark side, is the deck stacked against Grayson? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry


Dracula S01 E05: The Devil’s Waltz

Dracula the waltz with Mina

I’m getting to love this show, but rumor has it that NBC might cancel the series if star Jonathan Rhys Meyers doesn’t clean up his drug problem. Pay attention, Jonathan! Steampunk Granny wants to give you a bit of advice. “Snap out of it and get your damn act together. You’re way too talented to throw your life away.” Okay now that I got that out of my system, let’s review the show. Renfield has been captured by Davenport’s men. Will Dracula be able to save his right hand man? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry

My Take on NBC’s Dracula


Created by journalist and comic book writer Cole Haddon in his first TV endeavor, and run by the genius behind “Carnivale” Daniel Knauf, NBC’s “Dracula” was one of the shows of the new season I was looking forward to. A steampunk version of Dracula on the small screen sounds so intriguing, let’s see how it actually holds up.

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NBC’s Dracula S01 E02: Whiff of Sulfur


Well, my little blood suckers, last week’s episode of “Dracula” revealed a few surprising secrets; Van Helsing (Thomas Kretschmann) and Dracula (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) are comrades working to bring down the powerful petroleum mega rich men who belong to the Order of the Dragon; Dracula does not sparkle, but he is sexy! And who is the one really doing the seducing, Lady Jane or Dracula? Find out after the jump.

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31 Days of Horror 2013: Dracula S01 E01: The Blood Is the Life


Welcome my little blood banks. Are you ready for a good vampire show that doesn’t have synthetic blood or vampires who sparkle? Dracula, which is produced by Carnival Films, created by Cole Haddon, and has Daniel Knauf as showrunner, stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Dracula/Vlad Tepes/ Alexander Grayson. How well does Jonathan Rhys Meyers, who played Henry VIII so stunningly in the The Tudors, portray Dracula? Find out after the jump.

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