It's ironic that even though I own a copy of the 1992 movie of 'Dracula' on DVD I have not ever sat down and watched it, and even tonight when I did finally sit down to try and watch it because it turned 30 years old this year (I fell asleep and will have to watch the rest tomorrow), I ended up watching the movie on the free ABC iView channel.
|Turns 30 years old this year|
But I woke up to a familiar tune, recognizing that Joe had used a track from the 'Dracula' soundtrack titled 'Love Remembered' for his 'BACK TO THE FUTURE predicts 9/11' film, which a bunch of us "sync-heads" helped him with at the time.
I watched the BTTF/911 film today when I included it in my last post about the TV show Monkey, and I started watching 'Dracula' tonight after watching a few more episodes of 'Monkey'.
Ironically the theme of Joe's movie was Marty seeing Doc in 30 years, and with the movie 'The Walk' coming out 30 years after BTTF.
1001 TV Series Based on a Book That You Must Watch Before You Die?🐒🙈🙉🙊After all these years it was news to me that Joe had taken a tune from the 1992 'Dracula' soundtrack, which ironically turns 30 years old this year, and I only watched today ... at least tried to:-)
|Hmm ... a movie screen in 'Dracula'?|
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UPDATE: October 23rd, 2022
It only took me 30 years to finally watch the 1992 movie of Bram's book, which I found more comical than scary.
After watching the movie, I wondered if it was worth reading the book, so I searched for podcasts about the book, like this 2017 BBC Forum podcast below.
|The Forum: Bram Stoker's Dracula|
I thought it was ironic that Francis has Dracula's movie armour on display at his winery, as in the movie when Drac is feeding Keanu's character at his table a meal with wine, Drac tells Keanu that he has already eaten and no longer drinks wine (the symbolic Blood of Christ).
|"Care for a drop?":-)|
|Director's Cut Merlot|
UPDATE: November 1st, 2022
|Chapter 24 - Dracula|
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