Exclusive 'Dracula' Clips: Van Helsing's Research Films

Always up-to-date with the latest technologies, Van Helsing is utilizing the latest invention - a moving picture camera - to record his research. FEARnet has exclusively obtained the first three films in Van Helsing's series.
Alyse Wax - 11/13/2013 - 1:00pm - 0 comments

TV Recap: 'Dracula' Episode 102 - 'A Whiff of Sulfur'

I feel like, more than having a through-line, this episode consisted of a lot of scenes that offered one or two new details or characters or relationships, but ultimately there was not a good flow. That makes this episode particularly difficult to recap. Luckily for the most part, a correct timeline makes no difference.
Alyse Wax - 11/02/2013 - 5:49pm - 0 comments

Recommended Listening - 'Music Of The Vampires'

One of the best things about working at a record store for a good portion of my young adult life was that I was turned onto so much music that I otherwise would've never heard. Before I got to tackle fixing the "horror" section in video at Tower Records or creating the foam core art displays that dressed the store, I was assigned the "world" section.
Rob Galluzzo - 10/30/2013 - 3:00pm - 0 comments

TV Recap: 'Dracula' Episode 101 - 'The Blood is the Life'

Dracula and his manservant Renfield come to London in 1896. Dracula poses as Alexander Grayson, a wealthy American entrepreneur who has come to London in search of investors for his new power source that uses the power from the magnetosphere. In reality, he is there to destroy the Order of the Dragon, a secretive cult that, ages ago, ran across the countryside, raping and pillaging and burning every village they came across. One of those villages was Dracula’s. His wife was burned at the stake and he was cursed with immortality. Nowadays, the Order rapes and pillages with wealth and power, including a complete monopoly on oil concerns in England. It is a blatant allegory for today’s one percenters.
Alyse Wax - 10/26/2013 - 10:00am - 0 comments

Police Composite Sketches of Dracula, Norman Bates, Jack Torrance - As Described by Their Authors

When you think of Dracula, who do you imagine? Probably Bela Lugosi, the actor who made vampires synonymous with slick black hair and a widow's peak. Norman Bates will forever be Anthony Perkins in my head; Jack Torrance is Jack Nicholson and Annie Wilkes is Kathy Bates. But that is not exactly how Bram Stoker, Robert Bloch, and Stephen King imagined their characters.
Alyse Wax - 07/05/2013 - 11:00am - 0 comments


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