Stephen Hopkins of Poverty Game Night returns again to escape the embrace of the vampire.
My love of Castlevania is what initially got me interested enough in Dracula to read the novel back when I was in high school. Since then, I have played a whole bunch of Castlevania games and watched a whole bunch of Dracula movies, not all of the movies, because that is impossible, but a lot. One of the things that is very intriguing about the story of Dracula is that it has had as many interpretations as Castlevania‘s Dracula has had resurrections. The Dracula of the novel is a completely different character than that of most other versions, but that’s cool. The subtext of sexuality in the character a hundred years ago is the plain text of sexuality today. Anyway, I’m not here to write some college thesis, I’m here to simply write about some Draculas.