BBC = Gay Dracula

Surely it is a staple of horror, like is said in the article, 'to transgress'.

Especially in a theme around the removal of the life essence.

It was taken (along with a shed load of drugs, I imagine) up in a 1990s classic of the vampire genre.

 
Having heads put on pikes was one of his favourite amusements.
It was the whole individual, the stake was sharpened and the victim had it shoved up the rectum,the stake was lifted vertical and the victim slowly slid down the stake, depending on the sharpness of the stake it could take anything from a few hours to a few days to finally kark it.
 
It was the whole individual, the stake was sharpened and the victim had it shoved up the rectum,the stake was lifted vertical and the victim slowly slid down the stake, depending on the sharpness of the stake it could take anything from a few hours to a few days to finally kark it.
Should have read up on his Carthaginians.
If they liked you but still by law had to impale you they polished and greased the point.
 
It really is never-ending, isn't it? We had an unnecessary gay slant to War of the Worlds, now Dracula is being re-worked to, er, well...

ISTR the BBC did the whole gay Dracula thing back in the '80s, except the gay vampires were all very attractive women, so, of course, no one had any objections, natch.
 

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Iirc Dracula was based on the historical figure Vlad the Impaler. Makes you wonder who he was impaling, and with what.
Look him up . Vlad impaled lots of things . Mostly young Turks .
 

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It was the whole individual, the stake was sharpened and the victim had it shoved up the rectum,the stake was lifted vertical and the victim slowly slid down the stake, depending on the sharpness of the stake it could take anything from a few hours to a few days to finally kark it.
OK ! OK ! We get the point .
 
Look him up . Vlad impaled lots of things . Mostly young Turks .
Are you saying Vlad was a bit partial to a Turkish Delight?
 

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This makes sense now, a new Drac programme which is obviously the reason that The Abbottomous's son was biting policemen. Just getting himself into role before auditioning! :)
 

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Should have read up on his Carthaginians.
If they liked you but still by law had to impale you they polished and greased the point.
Damned decent of them!
 
Damned decent of them!
The penalty for a Carthaginian General losing was being impaled.
One general lost, surrendered to the Romans and then negotiated a peace with them.
Even the Romans felt sorry for him as he volunteered to take the deal back.
The Carthaginians turned down the deal (the rest is history) but the General almost won the vote to be spared so they impaled him as decently as they could.
Tough times and fascinating reading when I was ten.
 

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