Welcome to Transylvania
Victoria Abila Pd. 7 & Adam Rahhal Pd. 5
Asylum by Victoria Abila
American Horror Story Theme Full Length by Victor
A man's brain by Victoria Abila
John Harker By Adam Rahhal
In the world of Dracula, being passive can get you into a lot of trouble. It is really smart to say something if there is something wrong. Staying quiet, or assuming that everything is going to be fine, will only get you bitten by a vampire. John Harker, who just basically neglects all the weird hints he's given on his way to Castle Dracula. To add on, he even ignores Dracula's advice to stay in his own room in the castle, but falls asleep in a room where the three vampire women attempted to charge at him.
Vampire Lucy By Adam Rahhal
The death of vampire Lucy had sexual imagery. It’s her former husband that kills her, shoving a stake through her body. She then becomes active in a manner suggesting a sexual point: writhing and twisting as blood foams out of her mouth. Only in the moment is she restored to the beauty she was in life. Dracula's attack on Mina is represented with imagery of sex, rape and betrayal. Her husband is unconscious on the very bed on which the act is taking place. Dracula is holding her in an awkward position and her face is forced 'down on his bosom'.