The punctured throat, the coffin lid slowly opening, the unholy shriek as the stake pierces the heart?these are just a few of the chilling images Bram Stoker unleashed upon the world with his 1897 masterpiece, Dracula. Inspired by the folk legend of nosferatu, the undead, Stoker created a timeless tale of gothic horror and romance that has enthralled and terrified readers ever since. A true masterwork of storytelling, Dracula has transcended generation,...
It's always fun to see our favorite books on the screen. But sometimes, the best literature gets adapted before we've had the chance to read it. Here's the latest, greatest in book-to-screen adaptations. Order your copy of the source material so you can read before you watch.
If you love seeing your favorite books come to life onscreen, you're in luck this season! With the ever-growing demand for entertainment content, it seems that there are more literary adaptations than ever before. Here is a list of the book-to-screen bounty you can enjoy this spring.
The gothic element in American literature spans many genres, and has woven an ever present thread from Washington Irving's famous equestrian, all the way down to Stephenie Meyer's interpretation of the heirs of Vlad the Impaler. Leveraging the fine works of previous generations, two Twentieth Century American authors, Stephen King, and V.C. Andrews, created characters and settings which distilled the gothic element to a rarified degree.