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In celebration of Bram Stoker Festival, we here at Film In Dublin decided to conjure up a list of the 4 most quintessential Dracula films, from the 1920s through to more recent depictions.

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For many people, the minute August ends is officially the start of Halloween season, with pumpkin spice and all things spooky popping up instantly. Those early starters will want to save Saturday October 29th as soon as possible, as that night the National Concert Hall is presenting one of the all-time great horror films, the 1931 version of Dracula, starring the great Bela Lugosi.

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