While watching Shadow of the Vampire, the 2000 dramatization of the making of Nosferatu, I couldn’t help but notice that the film’s opening glosses over the reasoning behind Bram Stoker’s estate denying the filmmakers of Nosferatu‘s request to adapt Dracula.

Intrigued? Well, writer Graham Fuller explains the whole thing over at blouartinfo.com. You can read it by clicking HERE.

It’s an interesting tale of anti-semitism and accusations of German propaganda. Totally worth checking out.

Troy-Jeffrey Allen writes about action/adventure for Action A Go Go. He is a comic book writer whose works include BamnComics.com, The Magic Bullet, Dr. Dremo’s Taphouse of Tall Tales, and the Harvey Award nominated District Comics. In addition, Allen has been a contributing writer for ComicBookBin.com, OfNote Magazine, and ForcesOfGeek.com. His work has been featured in the City Paper, The Baltimore Sun, Bethesda Magazine, The Examiner, and The Washington Post. Yes, he wrote this bio.