Bela Lugosi (1882–1956) is best-known for his iconic portrayal of the Count in “Dracula” (1931). But it wasn’t the only time he played a vampire on screen. Matthew E Banks sheds light on Bela’s other vampire portrayals.
Self-proclaimed vampire hunter and notorious content thief, Sean Manchester, 70, issued our website with a “Notification of Copyright or DMCA Infringement Complaint” on Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. Here’s what we’ve done.
On Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, a “Blomberg” vampire killing kit sold for thousands at an auction. But it also seems people are slowly realising “antique” vampire killing kits are not as old as they’re supposed to be.
There’s a Nosferatu remake in the works. Or, there will be if you’re prepared to fund David Fisher’s Kickstarter project, “Nosferatu — The Feature Film Remix.” Doug Jones is slated to star, but should this film be made?
In Vamped’s first travel post, Erin Chapman details her visit to London: in search of vampires! Join her as she stops by the British Library and Highgate Cemetery. Pictures included for your viewing pleasure.
How time flies. It’s already been 20 years since “Interview with the Vampire” was released. To commemorate the occasion, we’ve gathered 20 interesting 20 facts about the film; some you might know, others you might not.
Welcome to the third installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in October? Check out two of Vamped’s most ambitious articles; one on vampire facials, the other on “19th century” vampire killing kits. And more!
Tis the season to be…scary! Welcome to Vamped’s first Halloween post! We’ve got lots of goodies for you, from comies, cupcakes, make-up and martinis. Something for everyone to celebrate the spookiest night of the year!