Dracula (1979) Coming To Blu-ray

Frank Langella's Count getting high-def treatment this fall. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Vampire Lovers

The Hammer release that allowed the studio to get with the time with nudity and forbidden female passion without losing their atmospheric charm. »»

NBC 2013 New Series Previews; Show Descriptions and Trailers

NBC has picked up 6 new comedies, 8 new dramas, and 3 new "reality/alternative" shows for the 2013/2014 season. Here is what these shows are all about and a few video previews for each series as well. NEW COMEDIES ABOUT A BOY - Based »»

NBC Upfront Announcement 2013: New TV Season Schedule; Night-by-Night Breakdown

NBC was once again the first of the major networks to announce their new TV schedule for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014. Like most years, NBC cancelled a lot of new season, including the majority of their new comedies from last year. So NBC had lots of ho »»

Disc News: Scream Factory Scares April With Vampires And Comets

Info on the upcoming releases Lifeforce and The Vampire Lovers. »»

Universal Announces Classic Monsters Collection For Blu-ray

Universal scares up a new Classic Monsters box set, just in time for Halloween. »»

Comics Legend Artist Gene Colan of Daredevil, Captain America, Iron Man & Dracula Fame Needs Help

An auction underway to support the medical bills of an industry legend »»

Bad Movies Done Right - Metamorphosis

Looking at the DVD cover for Metamorphosis, Jenö Hodi’s 2007 vampire movie that has just recently been released on DVD in America, it’s pretty obvious that you haven’t encountered the next Let the Right One In. »»

Nosferatu - DVD Review

An absolute treat for horror fans. »»

Hammer Films: Icons of Suspense Collection - DVD Review

This is a exceptional collection of tense tales from Hammer. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Ultrachrist!

When a Buddy Christ just isn't enough. »»

Machinist Writer Sinks Teeth into Vlad

Hollywood is having one big vampire craze, it would seem. »»

Monster Squad: The Complete Series - DVD Review

It’s like Night at the Museum except cooler since instead of overexposed Ben Stiller, we get Gopher from The Love Boat. »»

Haunted Histories Collection - DVD Review

The History Channel has done it again and could put out more and more of these collections every year or every couple months and I'd love to keep reviewing them because they are heavy on the facts and very light on the cheese. Each documentary has a great bit of seriousness to it so that laughter is kept to a bare minimum or totally nonexistent while the tension and respect for these subjects is in full force. So the special features are also nonexistent making this a barebones set, but you're still getting more then your money's worth with the main attraction. »»

The Munsters: The Complete Series - DVD Review

For kids growing up on a diet of plastic fangs, Famous Monsters of Filmland magazines and the Universal Monsters on the Creature Double Feature, The Munsters were the greatest family on TV. Frankenstein as the dad, a vampire for a mom, a werewolf f »»

Van Helsing Collector's Edition - DVD Review

Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, and Michael Myers are all names that people fear in this day and time. One will get you while you're at camp, another can get you in your dreams, and the third will come right into your neighborhood and kill you without thinking twice. All use creative and also crude methods of disposing of their victims, but still they're not the monsters which I fear most when someone mentions horror films. The original gang of monsters is those that not only stalked and killed their victims, but they did it with style. The Wolfman, Frankenstein, and Count Dracula knew how to take you out, but also knew how to very calmly instill fear into your heart. Yet, there's always an Ahab waiting to get rid of them and that's where Van Helsing comes in. »»

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There's this hilarious comedy routine about how the lamest victims in horror films were the people killed by the Mummy. How could this stinky monster creep up on a potential victim? Who couldn't flee from a slow decaying corpse wrapped in Ace Bandages? The line at the DMV moved faster than the Egyptian nightmare. How can you be caught by a monster that could trip over his gauze wrappings? Luckily the original version of The Mummy figured out a way to create a sinister atmosphere instead of relying on comic monster chases that dominated Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy. This horror film is about the extremes a man endures for the chance at eternal love. The Mummy isn't about sucking blood, stealing brains and eating gypsies. He craves a little romance. »»

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