In its centenary year, we take a critical look back at the first Dracula film and the movie that kickstarted gothic horror as we know it.
The slick and stylish British TV series that mixed vampirism, spy drama and action is better than you might have been led to believe.
The hallucinogenic vampire cinema of French cinema’s most underrated fantastic film director.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at their swashbuckling, vampire-battling superhero.
Our Hammer Films retrospective continues with a look at a classic vinyl horror story, with Christopher Lee making his final Dracula appearance for the company.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at the lowest point of the Dracula series.
Continuing our Hammer retrospective with a look at what might be the studio’s most underrated film, one hamstrung by tradition and expectation.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at the second film in the iconic Dracula series.
Continuing our look at Hammer Horror with the classic, peerless first entry in their Dracula series.
Continuing our Halloween month of Hammer Horror with their often-misunderstood take on the Countess Bathory legend.
Our month of Hammer Horror continues with a long look at the hysterical and lurid final chapter of the Karnstein trilogy.
An unexpectedly impressive gothic horror from the makers of Britain’s most daringly explicit softcore 8mm movies.