15 Fun Facts About “30 Days of Night”

There’s long been a debate among genre fans as to whether or not vampires should be romantic and sexy or monstrous and terrifying.  The late 00s/early 10s saw a boom of the former with franchises like Twilight and TV shows like The Vampire Diaries.  But once such piece of vampire media that kept the grotesque, monstrous approach was 2007’s 30 Days of Night. Set in … Continue reading 15 Fun Facts About “30 Days of Night”

“Morbius” – A Remarkably Unremarkable Sony/Marvel Horror Movie [Review]

Following an unprecedented 7 release date delays, the world is finally getting to see Sony/Marvel’s Morbius with Jared Leto.  And after 2 years of time to build anticipation, it’s unfortunate that the movie we got is merely just okay. Not great, but not outright terrible either.  Morbius feels like the absolute epitome of “meh”.  The only thing remarkable about it is in how truly unremarkable … Continue reading “Morbius” – A Remarkably Unremarkable Sony/Marvel Horror Movie [Review]

“A Discovery of Witches”: Season 2 Episode 1 Review

Following a time walking cliffhanger (which really wasn’t a cliffhanger if you saw any of the Season 2 promotional material), A Discovery of Witches returns with its second season in a very different setting. The first season was greatly praised for its characters, world-building, and lack of “teen drama” that seems ever so prevalent in vampire romance media.  Can this new season and setting live … Continue reading “A Discovery of Witches”: Season 2 Episode 1 Review

20 Fun Facts About “Dracula 2000”

Dracula remains of the most iconic horror villains of all time.  First appearing in the 1897 novel, he’s a character that holds a Guinness World Record for the most amount of adaptations.  So many people have played the role that we even did a list ranking each of them. So as the dawn of the new millennium came, Miramax and Dimension sought to bring Dracula … Continue reading 20 Fun Facts About “Dracula 2000”

“Bram Stoker’s Dracula” Remains a Timeless Classic

There’s a reason that Dracula is one of the oldest, most enduring characters in both literature and film. In terms of horror, he’s the most iconic and well-recognized character to ever terrorize the silver screen. But over countless adaptations over the decades, one movie stands out not only as the best adaptation of the source novel, but as the most interesting, poignant, and compelling Dracula … Continue reading “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” Remains a Timeless Classic

“The Shed” – Movie Review

Adolescence can truly be a horrifying time, as we all know, having gone through it ourselves. The Shed takes all of the frustrations and externalizes them into monster horror. Real World Problems Living with his strict grandfather, Stan’s home life is far from ideal. He doesn’t quite fit in with school, and often finds himself at odds with a trio of bullies, who constantly pick … Continue reading “The Shed” – Movie Review

25 Steamy Facts About “Embrace of the Vampire”

Ever since Dracula was trying to seduce and turn the likes of Mina and Lucy in Bram Stoker’s novel, there has always been a strange eroticism associated with vampires. Most vampire movies involve some level of romance or sexuality, and nowhere is it as overt as in 1995’s Embrace of the Vampire. So, in honor of its 25th anniversary today, here are 25 fun facts … Continue reading 25 Steamy Facts About “Embrace of the Vampire”

Why “Fright Night” (2011) is the Best Vampire Movie of the Last Decade

Between Twilight selling out movie theater screenings, and The Vampire Diaries on television, there’s no denying the massive vampire craze of the last 10+ years. Following in the footsteps of The Lost Boys and Near Dark, these vampire media sought to portray them as sympathetic figures, much to the dismay of diehard horror fans, who found Edward Sparkling Cullen to be a great offense to … Continue reading Why “Fright Night” (2011) is the Best Vampire Movie of the Last Decade

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