BBC = Gay Dracula

If Adam Sandler (who "stars" in Adam Sandler films, directed by Adam Sandler, featuring Adam Sandler playing the role of Adam Sandler)can be the voice of Dracula (oddly for once without actually ruining a film) then Gay is the only direction left for Drac.

Had anyone done a gay Hitler film? (Outside of "specialist" recordings) if we are going to ruin classics (Dracula, WotW and so on, why not use the same methods to humiliate the memory of actual monsters?
Anyone for The gayly erotic adventures of Stalin?

The little red book of China's tops dogging sites.

Napoleon, in "Not tonight Joseph"

And so on
They could do a Vegan Dracula, that would be another woke avenue for the BBC to explore
 
They could do a Vegan Dracula, that would be another woke avenue for the BBC to explore
Sucking on (ethically sourced, organic) blood oranges?
 
I don't mind things in context but it just feels like every last thing has to be agenda-ised at the moment
I first really noticed it when they turned Torchwood from being a sci-fi drama into a homosexual love story.
 
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.
Perhaps this is something that should be applied to our politicians, to focus their minds on what they are in parliament to do. Serve the people, not themselves.
 
I believe Arrse should have live polls, I mean we are all sensible people in here, and a sharp spike under every MPs seat could be "fired"
 
A female Dr Who is nothing but the terminally woke p1ssing on our collective cultural lamp post but with this interpretation, they're actually getting closer to spirit of the original work which was all tied into a sense of Fin De Siecle and part of a distinct literary movement of the time - vampirism was often a metaphor for the strange and the forbidden, such as homosexuality, and became the medium in which taboo ideas could be explored. There's nothing like a bit of social censure to improve creativity and, as others have pointed out, sci-fi became the same sort of creative work around in Eastern Europe before the Wall came down.
Whilst that may be true it still seems that the BBC have a particular agenda with their output aimed at certain minority sections of society. It's almost as if they are trying to out-channel-four Ch4.
 
Was always under the impression that theatrical vampires were guilty of suducing anybody they fancied and had been doing so for decades
Would that make them bitesexual?
 
Hold on, cease firing, whoaaa there.

Major plot error .

A gay character who can't look at himself in a mirror?

All credibility for this storyline is out of the window.
 
Whilst that may be true it still seems that the BBC have a particular agenda with their output aimed at certain minority sections of society. It's almost as if they are trying to out-channel-four Ch4.
And screw up their overseas sales as well.
 

panzermeyer

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I have heard that Gatiss is testing the water, so to speak, with this new version of a gay Dracula. If all goes well this will pave the way for his next 21st century remodelling of Gothic horror - Frankencock.
 
<Dracula minces into the room>

Daaahling, these curtains have to go....

<Swirls cape dramatically>
 
I have heard that Gatiss is testing the water, so to speak, with this new version of a gay Dracula. If all goes well this will pave the way for his next 21st century remodelling of Gothic horror - Frankencock.
The ‘Where did you get those shoes they’re awful’ Wolf
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

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Book Reviewer
Whilst that may be true it still seems that the BBC have a particular agenda with their output aimed at certain minority sections of society. It's almost as if they are trying to out-channel-four Ch4.
I've got no argument with that, the BBC certainly has an agenda.
 
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Fang_Farrier

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They could do a Vegan Dracula, that would be another woke avenue for the BBC to explore
Not familiar with Count Duckula then?
 

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