Tag: Tomb of Dracula

Terror Times Two – Horror Comic Books, Films Feed Off Each Other

Let's be honest: We all like to be frightened. That's why you're reading this. Whether it's a good horror story by Stephen King or Edgar Allen Poe, or a good comic book...

Netflix Sets Release Date for ‘Castlevania’ Season 3

There is no stopping Count Dracula, or movies and television series being made about him either, especially with Netflix's animated series Castlevania entering its third season set to start streaming on March...

BBC One’s ‘Dracula’ Gets Premier Date

Reported today via Deadline, the co-production of BBC One and Netflix Dracula the mini-series has received a premier date for January 1, 2020, letting BBC One viewers spend New Years Day with...

R.M. Renfield Feature Gets Director at Universal

Coming in from Variety, Dracula's henchman Renfield will be getting a feature film at Universal Pictures set to be directed by Dexter Fletcher (Rocketman) with an original story by Robert Kirkman (The...

‘Marvel Horror’ Omnibus Coming in September

Marvel celebrates their supernatural traditions this coming September with their latest omnibus collection of Marvel Monster material simply titled, Marvel Horror.  According to the official listing on Previews World, the "...volume collects...

Remembering Stan Lee’s Influence on the Horror Comic

Stan Lee's influence on pop culture can not be understated.  The late writer made characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, and Iron Man household names and his fame and notoriety shot into the...
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Book That Inspired ‘Village Of The Damned’ To Be Adapted For Small Screen

The Midwich Cuckoos--the 1957 s/f novel by John Wyndham that was the springboard for two Village of the Damned feature films--is now being made into...

‘Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo!’ Features Elvira

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will deliver a Halloween treat this fall in the form of a new Scooby-Doo movie called Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo! The...

Mike Flanagan Promises A “Bleak And Mean” Adaptation Of ‘Revival’

Filmmaker Mike Flanagan certainly knows his way around a Stephen King horror story--having already helmed adaptations of Gerald's Game and Doctor Sleep--and he's having a blast with...