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The First Three “What We Do In The Shadows” Series Trailers Look Fangtastic

  Three years have passed since we met a crazy group of vampires in Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement‘s What We Do in the Shadows. Today, we have the first look at the funny duo’s new spin-off series by the same name. FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” takes us to Staten Island where […]

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Hulu Sinks Its Fangs Into Anne Rice’s “Vampire Chronicles”

    Hulu is bringing Anne Rice‘s “Vampire Chronicles” to life in new original series. The book series was co-written by Rice’s son Christopher. Bryan Fuller, the showrunner for both “Star Trek: Discovery” and “American Gods” was attached earlier this year to write the script but has since stepped away, THR reports. The book series, which […]

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Movie Review: Queen Dracula (2017)

The long and short of Queen Dracula goes as follows: in a modern day twist on Bram Stoker’s classic, widower Jonathan Harker (Danny Zanelotti) travels to Transylvania and becomes under the spell of Queen Dracula…and imagine the surprise of Jon-boy’s daughters Lucy (Emily Miller) and Mina (Abigail G. Holmes) when they meet their potential new step-mother “D”; […]

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Movie Review: Obsidian Curse (2016)

Party girl/junkie Blair (Karin Brauns) is sent to the big house for a year after being arrested while snorting coke off from a woman’s stomach, as one does. After being released from prison, she’s clean and sober, but she discovers her boyfriend Roberto has moved on and gotten married, and worse still…his new beau is […]

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Blu-ray Review: Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection (1931 – 1956)

Holy hell creeps; here comes the monstrous mother-load…thirty classic Universal released fright flicks all in one handy-dandy Blu-ray collection! Let’s take a very, very deep dive into the Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection as we feast our eerie eyeballs on every film and the eerie extras these devilish discs contain! (Fair warning: this is going to […]

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Barnabas Collins Is Back – Decades Streaming The Entire “Dark Shadows” Series

    Decades TV Network is going viewers a real treat, starting Halloween week on Monday, October 29 at 12 AM Eastern, Barnabas Collins returns in 260 episodes of “Dark Shadows“. Decades will start airing 260 episodes of the drama featuring the guilt-ridden, 175-year-old vampire as he made his first appearance, which originally aired on April […]

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Sundance Now And Shudder Team Up For “A Discovery Of Witches” Series Adaptation

  Sundance Now and Shudder have teamed up for the first time and acquired the rights to author Deborah Harkness‘ best-selling novel “A Discovery of Witches” for a series adaptation. The series has an amazing cast that includes Emmy® nominated actor Matthew Goode (The Crown, Downtown Abbey), Teresa Palmer (Hacksaw Ridge), Alex Kingston (Er, Doctor Who), Valarie […]

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Movie Review: Detective K: Secret of the Living Dead (2018)

18th century sleuth Detective K (Kim Myung-min) and his dumb-ass Doctor Watson surrogate cum sidekick Seo-pil (Oh Dai-su) travel the Korean countryside investigating a series of monstrous murders that perhaps have a preternatural cause…namely, folks are convinced vampires are roaming the land lookin’ for a fang bang thanks to bite marks on the ever growing […]

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Movie Review: World of Darkness (2018)

Personal anecdote time (it’s relevant, trust me): I was always a Dungeons and Dragons type of guy (with some other tabletops thrown in), and never played Vampire:The Masquerade. The game seemed tailor made to my interests, and I had friends that played…hell, I even had some of the books (collected for the breathtaking Tim Bradstreet […]

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