Review of “Dolly Biters! The Vampire Girls of Victorian London” (2015).
What will “virgin eyes” see in what’s probably the world’s most famous sapphic vampire film?
Review of L. M. Labat’s “The Sanguinarian Id” (2016).
Review of Rebecca Bradford’s “The Verge: Book One” (2016).
On the anniversary of the first diary entry in Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” (1897), we present a “virgin’s view” on the classic vampire novel.
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.”
Terence Fisher’s “Horror of Dracula” (1958) is meant to be one of the best vampire movies ever made. But what’s it like to someone who barely knows anything about the film? Erin Chapman views it through “virgin eyes.”
Folklorist, Trystan Swale, considers Della Farrant’s case for hauntings at London’s Highgate Cemetery in her book “Haunted Highgate” (2014). Does the evidence weigh in her favour or has she written a damp squib?
Andy Boylan, of “Taliesin Meets the Vampires” fame, guest reviews Lisa Dominique Machat’s debut novel, “A Walk in the Sun” (2013). Did the vintner craft a rich, full-bodied story or was it best left fermenting in a vat?
Tod Browning’s “Dracula” (1931) is widely regarded as one of the best vampire movies ever made. But what’s it like to someone who barely knows anything about the film? Erin Chapman takes a look through “virgin eyes.”