I finally got to meet Juliet Landau in person—at a make-up convention.
The author of “Dracula” made an appearance on history-bending TV show, “Houdini & Doyle.” Did the two famous writers really know each other?
Could Lady Gaga be biting off more than she can chew with her role as The Countess in “American Horror Story: Hotel”? Alexia Ashford considers the possibility that Gaga is actually a sanguinarian in disguise.
“American Horror Story” series creator, Ryan Murphy, said the latest series doesn’t feature vampires. Erin Chapman beg to differ. Here’s the evidence in favour of vampires featuring on “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
American cable network, A&E, are turning John Ajvide Lindqvist’s 2004 novel “Let the Right One In” into a TV series. Can we handle another adaptation? Vampire film reviewer, Andy Boylan, argues in favour.
David Lee Summers, author of “Vampires of the Scarlet Order” (2005) and “Dragon’s Fall: Rise of the Scarlet Order” (2012) discusses the “three faces of Dracula” that inspired the portrayal of vampires in his own work.
“American Horror Story,” season 4, premieres on FX, October 8. Rumours suggest Cher (yes, THE Cher) will make an appearance on the show—as a vampire! And there’s footage to prove it! Are the rumours true? Read on…
I met you all on September 7, 2008 in a little place called Merlotte’s . . . When I first discovered Bon Temps . . . I was greeted with southern hospitality, cold beer, warm smiles . . . vampires were simply a novelty
“Penny Dreadful” features vampires, Dr. Victor Frankenstein, Dorian Grey, and even characters from “Dracula”, so I wanted to find out what was the connection with vampires and the real penny dreadfuls?
So now the question is, what has contributed to the success of this iconic vampire series? I think at this point the producers are playing it smart, and cashing out their chips while they are on a winning streak.