Hans Corneel de Roos uncovered what may be the earliest American serialisation of “Dracula,” pre-dating previous assumptions by months.
To celebrate World Dracula Day (May 26), Erin Chapman talks about her experience at the Transylvanian Society of Dracula conference.
The Transylvanian Society of Dracula recently celebrated its 25th anniversary—but there have been some major shake-ups in the last several months.
A library in Whitby might have a book so important to the genesis of Dracula, it has been called “Count Dracula’s birth certificate.”
In celebration of World Dracula Day, we’ve taken a look at claims made about Vlad Dracula’s table manners.
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.
In his first book review as an official reviewer for Vamped, Andy Boylan discusses John Davies’ “Vlad as a Vampire” novel, “The First Vampire” (2014).
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.”
Sir Christopher Lee, best-known for playing Dracula, passed away on June 7, 2015. He was 93. Vampire film critic, Andy Boylan, penned this tribute to the “Prince of Darkness,” whose death marks the end of an era.
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.”