Count Dracula was introduced to the world by Bram Stoker in his 1891 work, Dracula. In 1931, Bela Lugosi embodied the horrific role. Dracula remains the king of the vampires, as the number of films that include a reference to "Dracula" is well over 200, according to the Internet Movie Database.
Zombie films are not only horrific and often humorous, but also offer an interesting critique on the occasionally mindless nature of humanity. If you see zombies downtown this weekend, it might just be the Zombie Crawl!
My favorite slacker from The Office celebrates another birthday today! Born on this date in 1979, John Krasinski has been in a number of films. He recently made his directorial debut with Brief Interviews with Hideous Men.
The real monster in Frankenstein is not "the creature" but instead Dr. Frankenstein himself. Mad scientists and evil geniuses permeate horror films and though they may be set on world domination or defying the laws of nature, they illustrate our relationship to science by crossing the line.
WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) comes to the Pepsi Center this Saturday, October 16 at 7:30 p.m. This modern theatrical sport bears little resemblance to the ancient athletic rite of passage, but its place in popular culture can not be denied. Can't make it to the event? Check out these great DVDs!
While cinematically preparing for Halloween, we have listed the great Monster Movies. Underwater Monster Movies are another aspect for the film buff to consider. From The Creature from the Black Lagoon to Jaws, these films will leave you feeling glad that Colorado is lacking major bodies of water.
Monster movies are fun all year long, but deserve special attention as we approach Halloween! From rabid bunnies to unseen threats, these films will have you cringing in fear but quivering with laughter!
'When the Frost is on the Punkin' is one of my favorite James Whitcomb Riley poems and today's weather reminds me that it is indeed pumpkin season! Get in the Halloween spirit with these goofy ghost films that will have you cackling with laughter.
Hallmark doesn't have a card for the occasion but that doesn't mean a friend or family member won't need your support on October 11 for National Coming Out Day.
Whether you are planning a celebratory dinner party or an intervention, the Library has documentaries chronicling the history and experiences of homosexual American citizens seeking acceptance. Here are a few of my favorites: