Today our gaze falls upon a strange, beautifully chilling film from director Carl Theodor Dreyer, based on the classic vampire tale “Carmilla.”
This May marks the centennial birthday of Hammer horror icon Peter Cushing. The English actor's long and distinguished career includes productions in theater, Broadway, and television, but cinema was where the steely Cushing held court.
The makers of the steamy retro-vampire thriller have unveiled more footage from the film, which hints at some seriously hot vampire-on-human action. We've got the adults-only clip inside!
Monsters in horror are used to represent many things: the alienated, the other, the Id, the anti-social, catharsis, paranoia, family, friends, our wildest fantasies and deepest traumas … the list goes on and on … but middle management? That’s a new one.
Magnet Films offer a slightly more explicit peek at Xan Cassavetes' steamy indie vampire thriller in this newly unveiled (and slightly NSFW) trailer. Watch it!
When we think of vampire love, we don't see sparkles... we see blood. The folks at Fright-Rags sure do, and they're marking Valentine's Day with a groovy new “Near Dark” design. Find out how to get it!
"She'll suck more than your blood!" An obscure, bizarre horror/sex flick from Canada has emerged on DVD courtesy of Synapse Films. Find out more... and don't worry, it's fairly work-safe.
Fangoria Editor-in-Chief Chris Alexander has completed his first feature film, and we had a groovy chat with Chris about the project, his creative influences, and his vast knowledge of genre cinema.
LOST BOYS: THE THIRST (now on DVD and Blu-ray from Warner) begins five years after Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander) was bitten during an assault on a Washington, D.C. vampire coven.