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Coming in October (bwahaha!) 2009: a sequel to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, officially authorized by the descendants of the 19th-century Irish author. In fact, it’s written by one.

Penned by Bram’s great-grandnephew Dacre Stoker and historian Ian Holt, Dracula: The Un-Dead is set in London during the First World War. A quarter-century after their quest to slay the vampire, the heroes find themselves stalked by a mysterious force.

I wonder who that could be?

You know what’s really spooky? There’s already a film deal.

Bla! Bla!

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