Dracula: Saturday, Oct. 24 | 10pm

by Maggie Molloy

Christopher Lee as Dracula in the 1958 film.

Vampires never die—and there’s one in particular who keeps coming back to haunt us.

When Bram Stoker first penned the immortal tale of Dracula back in 1897, even he probably couldn’t have imagined the coffin he was opening. The vampire novel has spawned over 200 movie adaptations, not to mention theatre, TV, literature—and of course, music.

On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion, we’re sinking our teeth into the music of Dracula. We’ll explore four spine-chilling Dracula film scores, from the haunting to the hypnotic—and the just plain scary. Plus, the story of one actor who took the role of Dracula to the grave…literally.

To listen, tune in to KING FM on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 10pm PT.

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