Tag: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Films

“The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” is a classic novella by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886. Over the years, it has been adapted into various film productions, including the 1931 version starring Fredric March, the 1940 Spencer Tracy-Ingrid Bergman film “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” and more recent adaptations such as “Mary Reilly” and “Jekyll”. These films explore the central idea of a man struggling with his own duality and the consequences of his actions.

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Films Articles on Spooky Isles


6 Unlikely Jack the Ripper Suspects

JON REES looks at some of the more bizarre Jack the Ripper suspects from fiction

Discover Easter’s Pagan Roots: The Story of Eostre

Let's take a journey back in time to learn about the fascinating world of Eostre, and her impact on modern day Easter celebrations!

Eilean Donan Castle’s Spooky Ghosts and Legends 

Eilean Donan
Eilean Donan Castle, one of Scotland's most picturesque, not to mention haunted, castles has many spooky stories to tell, says CHRISTINE MILLER

Dracula by the Purple Playhouse (1973), Canada’s forgotten vampire film

Dracula by the Purple Playhouse wasn't one of the CBC's finest efforts, says TERRY SHERWOOD

St David, Wales’ patron saint: 10 Facts You Need To Know

St David's Day
It's St David's Day - here are 10 fascinating facts about the patron saint of Wales, from CALLUM CAMPBELL
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