The Week In Horror’s Tim Murr shares his thoughts on the BBC’s Dracula, now available on Netflix.
For film buffs or all sorts, this year brought some very cool reissues of classic movies that deserve the souped-up treatment.
Tim Murr takes on the ridiculous misogyny surrounding Black Christmas, plus new on Locke & Ket, Dracula + more.
Get all the details about the new graphic novel from Legendary Comics, ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula,’ featuring the likeness of Bela Lugosi himself!
If the new Halloween film showed us anything, it’s that a mass audience is ready and willing to come out to see a classic horror franchise rebooted.
In today’s 31 Days of Horror installment, we look at the enduring legacy of the vampire bunny Bunnicula, who’s been drinking the juices of vegetables for decades.
The comic book representation of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire-novel-made-film is finally compiled. And it features the stunningly eerie, early-career artwork of Mike Mignola!
A prank’s afoot, courtesy of Hex Studios. Check that out and more in The Week in Horror.
Gene Colan’s The Tomb of Dracula is a must-have for any comic book fan or historian or lover of art, sequential, horror, or otherwise.
Belle Ghoul’s Bandcamp notes that they hope to “provide a part of the soundtrack to your life.” The band’s latest video, for the delightful track “Lift Me Up,” is perfect … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Lift Your Halloween Spirits with a New Video from Belle Ghoul
With superheroes, and especially Marvel superheroes, probably being among the most popular Halloween trick or treat costumes this year, it might be worth checking out how the animated Marvel superheroes … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Halloween in the Marvel Animated Universe
The fall season. It is a time when the leaves turn shades of red and yellow and brown, then die and pile forlornly on the ground below. It is a … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror: Tomb Of Dracula: The Complete Collection Vol. 1