Nosferatu: 100 Years Later

Vampires are such an iconic component to monster horror and horror in general.  They’ve essentially become their own subgenre, and to think it all goes back to a single novel and historical figure (who’s still a national hero in Romania today).  And while Bela Lugosi is and always will be the first person you think of when you hear Dracula, he was not the first … Continue reading Nosferatu: 100 Years Later

“Vampires vs. The Bronx” – Movie Review

It’s the Halloween season and Netflix is getting in the spirit with a ton of exciting horror releases this month, the latest of which is the amusingly titled Vampires vs. The Bronx.  But don’t be fooled by its title, which almost sounds like a parody. This latest supernatural horror-comedy is both fun and lighthearted, while also dealing with some very real social issues, but in … Continue reading “Vampires vs. The Bronx” – Movie Review

Ranking Every Dracula Actor

Spanning 90 years of cinema, Dracula is one of the most iconic characters in horror, as well as pop culture overall. And over those years, we’ve seen a myriad of performances, ranging from terrifying to sympathetic, to hilarious, to boring. It’s amazing to think that a literary villain from over 120 years ago is still so recognizable today. But the reason is because so many … Continue reading Ranking Every Dracula Actor

“Vampires” (Netflix) Season 1 Review

Once again, Netflix has proven that while their original movies and series can be very hit or miss, the “originals” they import from Europe always hit their mark, particularly in the horror/thriller genre. Between Marianne, Veronica, The Platform, and now Vampires, those viewers who can handle reading subtitles (which really isn’t hard) are getting to enjoy better material than Netflix tends to put out (excluding … Continue reading “Vampires” (Netflix) Season 1 Review