Category Archives: Dracula

Exclusive Universal Monsters Creature From The Black Lagoon Figure Is On Sale Now – ComicBook.com

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Christmas Eve is the time to play Dracula Cha Cha – Rock Paper Shotgun

Midnight, one more night without sleepingWatching 'til that morning comes creepingGreen Door, what's that secret your keeping? Jim Lowe's Green Door might not be a Christmas song, but it sure can feel like oneespecially inside the festive action of Dracula Cha Cha Continue reading


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January 2022 on Shudder: New year, new horror to explore – 1428 Elm

Shudder is starting off 2022 with a fresh batch of original and exclusive offerings, along with plenty of great classics. After the excitement of Halloween and the chilling holiday horror the streaming platform gave us over the past few months, Shudder is staying strong with its January schedule. Lets take a look at whats coming up. Continue reading


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Apollo for Reddit gets holiday update with tons of new features – 9to5Mac

While people all over the world were celebrating Christmas, the developer behind Apollo for Reddit released a big update for the app, adding lots of new features. Head below for the full details on whats new. Continue reading


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Anne Rice’s Modern Vampire Is as Influential as Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Den of Geek

Louisiana is Anne Rices Transylvania, but she knew it far more intimately. Stoker researched his titular characters origin in broad strokes Continue reading


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Renfield: the film that will bring Nicolas Cage while Dracula will be an extremely violent comedy – Designer Women

According to Fat Man Beyond, producer Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) has revealed that the feature film Renfield, which will focus on Draculas servant, will be fun and extremely violent. Were making a really cool movie for Universal [Pictures] which will focus on Renfield. Itll be a story about him as Draculas servant, and well show you how bad the job is. Continue reading


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Under A Swastika Moon: 80 Years Of THE WOLF MAN – FANGORIA

A wolf and a star. What does that mean? Larry Talbot December 12th, 1941 Continue reading


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Universal is a monster of its talent Release – The Times Hub

December 13, 2021 Dracula, Frankenstein, the invisible man Two sets celebrate the studios classics of fantastic cinema. Forget the sluggish reboot of the Mummy with Tom Cruise, the grueling remakes of remakes, and the failure of the Dark Universe franchise which intended to exhume the icons of fantasy cinema (Dracula, Frankensteins monster, the invisible man, the werewolf, the mummy, the creature du lac noir), having made the rich hours of the Universal studio from the 30s to the 60s. Project dead and buried, it seems, unless the success ofInvisible Man (2020), a thrilling re-reading of the myth of HG Wells at the time of #MeToo, has not changed the situation In the meantime, the best way to resuscitate princes of darkness, hairy lycanthropes, bastard offspring of science without conscience and other stars of the thrill is still to return to the source, thanks to two boxes bringing together the best of the Classic Monsters catalog Continue reading


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Blaculas, Voodoo and Hair Grease: a review of blaxploitation horror films on theGrio TV – TheGrio

Last week I binge watched theGrioTVsmarathon of blaxploitation Pam Grier moviesand realized that I know nothing about blaxploitation films and that Pam Grier was pretty amazing. This week, the trek down memory lane continues as theGrio TV had me review Blacula(1972),Scream Blacula Scream(1972),Sugar Hill(1974) and the truly disturbingJDs Revenge(1976). Full disclosure, I know as much about Black horror films as I do about blaxploitation films in general, which is little to nothing, and most of what Ive seen I didnt like Continue reading


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Watch Nic Cage Be The Most Nic Cage in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent – tor.com

Is a movie about Nic Cage being Nic Cage genre? The obvious answer is no, but Id argue that Nic Cage is a genre unto himself, and what could be more in the genre of Nic Cage than the actor playing a fictional version of himself in an action-comedy called The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent Continue reading


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