“Watching it the first time actually hurt me at the beginning because I became so angry at Dracula, my hero. WHY WOULD HE TREAT THAT MAN THAT WAY?”
You’ll probably agree when you find out who’s behind the latest Nosferatu remake.
Poet, vocalist, professor, workshop facilitator, activist—Gina Loring is also Blacula’s Child.
In tribute to the late, great Bill Paxton, we take a virgin’s view of “Near Dark” (1987).
The first official Dracula movie sequel gets the “virgin’s view” treatment.
What will “virgin eyes” see in what’s probably the world’s most famous sapphic vampire film?
For my first ever short film festival, I went to see—what else?—a vampire film.
“The first Iranian vampire Western” also happens to be a modern-day masterpiece.
As a tribute to David Bowie, who passed away on Jan. 10, 2016, Erin Chapman casts her “virgin eyes” on Bowie’s first and only vampire film: “The Hunger.”
Marcus Bradford claims his upcoming film, Witchula, will be the first to feature a “witch/vampire hybrid.” No, it won’t, as Andy Boylan explains.