Dracula or Frankenstein???

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Dracula or Frankenstein???

Steve of Eden Steve of Eden
Bram Stoker's Dracula or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein???
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Dracula...
54  (66%)
Frankenstein...
14  (17%)
Other... (both/neither/ I don't know... explain...)
14  (17%)
Total votes: 82
Poll is closed
08/04/2011
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BrianBoy BrianBoy
Dracula
08/04/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
I have to go with Dracula too!
08/04/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
Not to be a snob but it's actually Frankensteins monster, the monster isn't named Frankenstein the Doctor is. HAHAH sorry I'm kind of a big nerd when it comes to movies and old books and stuff. But regardless I don't enjoy the Dracula movies as much unless you are talking about the Bram Stokers Dracula, which in that case Id choose it because it is a far better movie.
08/04/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
The monster from the Black Lagooooon!
08/04/2011
dv8 dv8
Quote:
Originally posted by Starkiller87
Not to be a snob but it's actually Frankensteins monster, the monster isn't named Frankenstein the Doctor is. HAHAH sorry I'm kind of a big nerd when it comes to movies and old books and stuff. But regardless I don't enjoy the Dracula ...
The original post could've referred to the novels, not the monsters. Shelley's novel is entitled Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.

I'm a fan of horror movies but I've read both novels and I'm going with Frankenstein. It has more literary significance than Dracula does and makes the reader reexamine Paradise Lost.
08/04/2011
The Mother of a SiNner The Mother of a SiNner
Quote:
Originally posted by Steve of Eden
Bram Stoker's Dracula or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein???
Bram strokers for sur ebut I also Love Dorian gray
08/04/2011
Steve of Eden Steve of Eden
Quote:
Originally posted by Starkiller87
Not to be a snob but it's actually Frankensteins monster, the monster isn't named Frankenstein the Doctor is. HAHAH sorry I'm kind of a big nerd when it comes to movies and old books and stuff. But regardless I don't enjoy the Dracula ...
Yes, I know this... lol
08/05/2011
Steve of Eden Steve of Eden
Quote:
Originally posted by dv8
The original post could've referred to the novels, not the monsters. Shelley's novel is entitled Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.

I'm a fan of horror movies but I've read both novels and I'm going with ...
It did refer to the novels, I guess I should have clarified for people... thanks lol
08/05/2011
froggiemoma froggiemoma
Dracula!
08/05/2011
The Curious Couple The Curious Couple
Don't make me choose; I like both! Haha.
08/05/2011
EdenG EdenG
Quote:
Originally posted by Steve of Eden
Bram Stoker's Dracula or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein???
Frankenstein
08/05/2011
systematicweasel systematicweasel
I liked both stories, though think that Bram Stoker's writing was better than Shelly's. Both make for good works though
08/05/2011
Noira Celestia Noira Celestia
Waait important question... DR. Frankenstein or Frankenstein's monster? Oh wait you're asking which book is better and not who I'd rather have sex with.... Umm... I liked Frankenstein when I read it in high school, I tried to read Dracula and couldn't really get into it. But that was high school.
08/05/2011
LostBoy988 LostBoy988
Hell yes to Dracula!
08/05/2011
Zombie Ghost Zombie Ghost
Other....Zombies
08/06/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
Ah. I wasn't aware we were talking of the novels. Do you mind if I refer to the movies instead? I've not read Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

But, based on the movies (and depending on which one) I'd go with Dracula.
08/06/2011
dv8 dv8
Quote:
Originally posted by Errant Venture
Ah. I wasn't aware we were talking of the novels. Do you mind if I refer to the movies instead? I've not read Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

But, based on the movies (and depending on which one) I'd go with Dracula.
The movies usually portray Frankenstein's monster as a mindless oaf but in the novel, the creature is so intelligent, it's beyond human.
08/07/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
As of yet, I've only read Frankenstein. It's an amazing story, one of my favorites from high school. I have a copy of Dracula, but I haven't gotten around to reading it yet.
08/07/2011
PiratePrincess PiratePrincess
Dracula! Although I love both.
08/07/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
Both were really good books, but I preferred Frankenstein. Bram Stoker is a bit long winded.
08/07/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
Quote:
Originally posted by dv8
The movies usually portray Frankenstein's monster as a mindless oaf but in the novel, the creature is so intelligent, it's beyond human.
Really? I didn't know that. Thinking on it, I didn't like the mindless oaf aspect of the films (though on some occasions I quite liked the philosophical implications of such a being), so I might pick the book up - and Dracula, too, so that I may compare them.
08/08/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Quote:
Originally posted by Errant Venture
Really? I didn't know that. Thinking on it, I didn't like the mindless oaf aspect of the films (though on some occasions I quite liked the philosophical implications of such a being), so I might pick the book up - and Dracula, too, so that I ...
If you're not a fan of the mindless oaf, then you should enjoy the book a lot more than any of the movies. The creature (as he was called in the books) was highly intelligent and articulate, and a very sympathetic character, as well.
08/08/2011
Ivy Wilde Ivy Wilde
In some movie version of "Frankenstein" that I saw a while back, the creature was portrayed as intelligent. I think it might have been the Kenneth Branagh version, but I'm not sure.

And in the Van Helsing movie with Hugh Jackman, the creature is too noble to be considered a "monster" by the monster hunter.

Even in a very old black and white version, the creature befriends a blind man before being harassed into violence.

So not all movies portray Frankenstein's monster as a mindless oaf.
08/13/2011
Retro Retro
I have always preferred Dracula
08/14/2011
Beck Beck
Dracula, but I have thing for Vampires!
08/24/2011
FLanker FLanker
What if there was an actual dildo styled after Dracula(vampires), Frankenstein, Zombies or like? This might actually be able to fullfill a Fantasy. Or a pocket pussy for men?
08/31/2011
Kkay Kkay
Having read both, Frankenstein has more to offer imo. I like fantasy/horror and sci fi books that use it as a medium to shine a light on society, and Frankenstein fell into that better.
09/02/2011
PussyPurr PussyPurr
Frankenstein, definitely. He was a sad, doomed creature you just felt so sorry for.
09/02/2011
FLanker FLanker
Check this out!! Now you can fuck BOTH!!!
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09/21/2011
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