Review of Clark Casey’s “Dawn in Damnation” (2017).
Many historical candidates have been suggested as influences on the creation of Abraham Van Helsing. Here’s our case for the most plausible. A World Dracula Day exclusive.
Was a priest responsible for writing the preface to the “sex and violence” version of “Dracula”? A World Dracula Day special.
“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?”
Identified only as “A-e,” the identity of the first author to adapt “Dracula” may have been uncovered.
You’ll probably agree when you find out who’s behind the latest Nosferatu remake.
Review of Marita Woywod Crandle’s “New Orleans Vampires: History and Legend” (2017).
Review of Aspasía S. Bissas’ “Love Lies Bleeding” (2017).
I finally got to meet Juliet Landau in person—at a make-up convention.
The third International Vampire Film and Arts Festival is scheduled for June 7–10, 2018. We asked the event’s founder, Craig Hooper, about the event and why it’s seeking funding through Kickstarter.