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Davidson 1Shannon DavidsonSLAV 3301Professor Erin Collopy11 December, 2013SLAV Extra Credit Perkowski Points and Comparison – Dracula: Dead and Loving It1.Information Source: The parody movie, Dracula: Dead and Loving It, is derived from Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.” The horror novel was published in 1897 and, over time, has become one of the most well-known pieces of literature to date. Bram Stoker, 1847-1912,was an Irish novelist and is definitely best known for his work on Dracula. This movie definitely stays true to the novel. It follows the 1931 Bela Lugosi Dracula, but adds a lot of comedy to the story. The only difference in the plot is that Renfield is the one who visits the Castle Dracula, not Harker. 2.Country/Region: Count Dracula resides in Transylvania until Renfield arrives and then takes a ship to England to live in his new estate – Carfax Abbey. The people who believe that Dracula is a vampire live in Transylvania. The same can be said for Stoker’s novel. The main place where people believe in vampires is Transylvania. Once Dracula is in England and Professor Van Helsing it brought in, then more people in England begin to

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