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Luke Evans as Vlad in Dracula Untold Luke Evans as Vlad in Dracula Untold

Radix Journal’s Gregory Hood, in a mostly well-written review of the 2014 horror-fantasy suckfest Dracula Untold (“The Monster We Need”), has some fine and commendable things to say about “the terrible responsibility of acting in defense of [racial and national] survival.” Unfortunately, Hood’s endorsement of this shallow CGI-saturated saga, along with his forced interpretation of it as a piece de resistance of “subversive” white nationalist cinema, is wrongheaded and counterproductive.

For several decades, but with intensified emphasis during the present century, the West has witnessed the rehabilitation of monsters, symbols of evil, and figures representative of disease and corruption – hence the sympathetic portrayal of rotting corpses in A Little Bit Zombie (2012) and Warm Bodies (2013); demons in Little Nicky (2000), Hellboy (2004), and Maleficent (2014); pedophilia in The Woodsman (2004), Kick-Ass (2010), and Bad Grandpa (2013); serial killers…

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