Snack on these three set shots of the famed bloodsucker seducing Olde London.
It seems The Count originally had one more supernatural ability in his arsenal.
Imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, even if your friends do want you to shut up with the impressions already.
NBC's making moves with their new series Dracula. The network's finally found its female lead. The lucky lady's a familiar face who's become a favorite among comic fans. She recently gave the Starling City mob a run for their money.
Bram Stoker is, essentially, the reason vampires are such a long-lived genre. Yes, they've been reinvented time and again by many talented creators, but Stoker is still the reason for the season. Which makes unearthed writings of his even more exciting. And that's exactly what we've got for you today.
No Halloween season could be complete without a deserving nod to the Prince of Darkness. The count practically lives (or, well, dies) for the hallowed day. In honor of the fanged Wallachian Wonder, and for the 17th installment of our 31 Days of Halloween series, here are some of his more exotic and head-scratching films to feast on.
It sounds like the title of the latest Saturday night movie on Syfy (and hey, someone tip the programming department, because it sounds awesome), but it's real. Though it was only about the size of a cat, this 200-million-year-old dinosaur made up for its small stature with a wicked set of fangs. But did it want blood?
The Composites is a tumblr wherein Brian Joseph Davis utilizes police sketch software, combined with descriptions from literary works, to craft accurate graphic representations of popular fictional characters. Guess how Dracula turned out?
What do you say about a new Dracula series coming straight from the guys who brought us Downton Abbey and starring The Tudors' Jonathan Rhys Meyers as literature's most famous, sexiest—and original—vampire? You say—bloody bring it on!
After nearly a decade in development hell, the Dracula period piece The Last Voyage of the Demeter is finally starting to move again—and Viggo Mortensen (Lord of the Rings, The Road) could be the guy to bring it all together.