Thu, 27 October 2016
Bruce Scivally, sat down with Patrick Phillips of Pop Culture Tonight for the Halloween segment, 'Monsters of Pop Culture,' to discuss the little known facts and history of Count Dracula.
About the Book
Dracula FAQ unearths little-known facts about both the historical and literary Dracula. The 15th-century warlord Vlad III, known as Vlad the Impaler and Dracula (son of the Dragon), became a legendary figure in his native Wallachia. Four hundred years later, Irish author Bram Stoker appropriated Dracula's name for a vampire novel he spent seven years researching and writing.
About Bruce Scivally
Bruce Scivally is the author of several books on film history, including James Bond: The Legacy, Superman on Film, Television, Radio & Broadway, and Billion Dollar Batman. After spending 22 years working in the film industry in Los Angeles, he moved to Chicago, where he teaches scriptwriting and film history classes at the Illinois Institute of Art—Chicago and Columbia College.
About Pop Culture Tonight
Broadcast weekly from Austin Texas, Pop Culture Tonight™ with Patrick Phillips is a half-hour, internationally syndicated talk radio show with a focus on ALL THINGS ENTERTAINMENT; Without the scandal or sensationalism!
Each week, seasoned host Patrick Phillips explores a vast range of subjects with news, valuable insights and lively in-depth conversation from popular entertainers, experts, athletes, authors, film composers, Youtube stars and more!
Produced audio segments often place the listener directly into a given fandom, genre or topic, with Phillips’ celebrity guests regularly reprising their signature catchphrase or momentarily jumping back into their iconic roles.
About this Podcast
Backbeat Books is one of five imprints of the book publisher Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group. It offers publications for performers and fans passionate about music, including: discographies, band bios and memoirs, and books on music equipment, instruction, recording, and more. Visit backbeatbooks.com.