Bram Stoker’s classic story of the world’s most famous vampire became an overwhelming source of inspiration for many filmmakers. Tod Brownings’ original film remains the most l e g e n d a r y , though. The impressive architecture of Count Dracula’s castle dominates the Carpathian Mountains. After haunting Transylvania for ages, he decides… Continue reading DRACULA

The Classic Monsters from Universal

The CINEMATEK (The Belgian Royal Film Archive), a true treasure trove for any self respecting movie buff, takes advantage of its newest BIFFF neighbor to launch two retrospectives during the months of March and April. The « Classic Monsters » from Universal Phantom of the Opera by James whale (1925) Frankenstein by James Whale (1931) Dracula by… Continue reading The Classic Monsters from Universal