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San Diego Comic-Con, Here I Come!

Tommorrow’s the day. Chicago to San Diego to cover Comic Con International (AKA San Diego Comic-Con, SDCC) for Blogcritics. This is my fifth year going into the fray of crowds, cosplayers and general chaos that is the behemoth, ultimate fandom conclave of Comic-Con.  I can’t cover it all, and as …

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‘Dracula Untold’ Presents Most Interesting Version of The Count Since ‘Van Helsing’

The most interesting Draculas of the 2000s are Jonathan Rhys Meyers' principled, love-sick, brilliant inventor/entrepreneur in the short-lived NBC TV series; Richard Roxburgh's rattled, sardonic, paternal, philosophical, yet ultimately villainous portrayal in the vastly underrated Van Helsing; and Luke Evans' family man and conscientious prince who must sacrifice his own humanity to protect his people from the rapacious Ottomans in the 15th century of Dracula Untold.

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