Dracula – BBC, UK, 2019

Dracula is a forthcoming 2019 British three-part television mini-series being co-written by Mark Gatiss (Jekyll series, 2007) and Stephen Moffat (Doctor Who). The BBC One show, first unveiled as ‘in development’ in June 2017, will be a co-production with Netflix,… Read More ›

Dracula in Love – Canada, 2018

‘Sex, drugs, rock and roll – Dracula, and then you die.’ Dracula in Love is a 2018 Canadian supernatural horror feature film written and directed by Izidore K. Musallam (second assistant director on David Cronenberg’s Dead Ringers) The Hand ‘n’ Hand… Read More ›

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation – USA, 2018

‘Family vacation. It will suck the life out of you.’ Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is a 2018 American 3D computer-animated comedy horror film directed by Genndy Tartakovsky from a screenplay co-written with Michael McCullers. The voice cast features Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, David Spade, Steve… Read More ›

Evil of Dracula – Japan, 1974

Evil of Dracula – original title: Chi o suu bara “Bloodsucking Rose” – is a 1974 Japanese supernatural horror film directed by Michio Yamamoto (Lake of Dracula; The Vampire Doll) from a screenplay by Ei Ogawa and Masaru Takesue, based very loosely on Bram… Read More ›

Dracula Reborn – USA, 2015

‘Every bloodline has an end’ Dracula Reborn is a 2015 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Attila Luca, making his feature debut. It stars Tina Balthazar, Yves Carlevaris and Chloé Dumas. Three news-hungry journalists travel to Transylvania hoping to uncover the… Read More ›

Halloween monster adverts by Heineken

‘The beer drunk most on Halloween’ Dutch beer brewer Heineken has run a number of advert campaigns that feature classic monsters such as Frankenstein’s monster, Dracula, the Wolf Man and even Death himself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZEiRkKcJxo

Dracula 2000 – USA, 2000

Dracula 2000, also known internationally as Dracula 2001, is a 2000 American horror feature film written and directed by Patrick Lussier (Drive Angry; My Bloody Valentine 3D; Dracula II and III) from a screenplay by Joel Soisson. The promotional title was Wes Craven Presents:… Read More ›

Khooni Dracula – India, 1992

Khooni Dracula [“Bloody Dracula”] is a 1992 Indian supernatural horror vampire film written, produced, directed by and starring Harinam Singh as the titular vampire. It should not be confused with Dracula (1999), directed by Bhooshan Lal. The film stars Harinam Singh, Amrit Pal, Kiran Pal, Kaushal… Read More ›

Suckula – USA, 1973

Suckula is a 1973 American adult comedy horror feature film directed by Anthony Spinelli [as Jack Armstrong]. The film stars Pat Arno, Ann Finn, Art Gill, George ‘Buck’ Flower (Criminally Insane; The Fog; Pumpkinhead), Brigitte Maier, Antoinette Maynard, Paul Scharf, Keith Erickson and Jim Sims…. Read More ›

Fade to Black – USA, 1980

Fade to Black is a 1980 American satirical horror film written and directed by Vernon Zimmerman. Executive producer Irwin Yablans produced John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978). Cast: Dennis Christopher, Eve Brent Ashe, Linda Kerridge, Mickey Rourke and Peter Horton. Released in… Read More ›

Dracula – Sunny D advert

Dracula meets Sunny D in this 2008 advert: “Unleash the power of the sun”. Sunny Delight, marketed as SunnyD in some regions, is an orange-coloured drink developed by Doric Foods of Mount Dora, Florida in 1963. It was purchased by Procter &… Read More ›

Lady Dracula – West Germany, 1977

Lady Dracula is a 1977 West German comedy horror film directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb. The film stars Evelyne Kraft (The French Sex Murders; The Mighty Peking Man), Brad Harris (who devised the story), Theo Lingen, Eddi Arent, Christine Buchegger, Walter Giller, Klaus Höhne, Roberto Blanco and Stephen Boyd (as Count Dracula)…. Read More ›

Dracula Sucks – USA, 1978

Dracula Sucks – also released as Lust at First Bite and This Vampire Sucks – is a 1978 American adult horror movie directed by Phillip Marshak from a screenplay by Daryl Marshak (Cataclysm) and David Kern, very loosely based on Bram Stoker‘s Dracula…. Read More ›