Howard Jackson compares Bram Stoker’s gothic masterpiece Dracula with the equally terrifying work of Edgar Allan Poe.
Devils of Darkness – Fresh British vampire movie is head above usual Hammer knockoffs – worth more credit than it gets
It’s Robbie Burns Birthday today! So let’s celebrate with some Scottish pub horror from ROSE GARNETT
Contributors wanted for new vampire anthology book, “Dracula’s Midnight Snacks”
CHARLES BUTLER looks back on the Dracula episode from the 1960s Mystery and Imagination UK TV series
Author CHARLES BUTLER reviews the 1963 Hammer classic, Kiss of the Vampire
JACOB MILNESTEIN puts on his walking shoes and investigates the real-life North London locations that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Forty years ago today, the grooviest of Hammer’s Draculas was released in cinemas – Dracula AD 1972
BISHOP SEAN MANCHESTER responds to a Spooky Isles article written by Kai Roberts, author of Grave Concerns: The Follies and Folklore of Robin Hood’s Final Resting Place
Spooky Isles talks to Charles E. Butler, the author and illustrator of a book noting some of the best Dracula performances in cinematic history
Best of Hammer Dracula sequels – Christopher Lee creates menace without speaking a single word!
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Terence Fisher’s Hammer Horror – The Brides of Dracula (1960) with Peter Cushing
Exciting piece of horror film history discovered at London Film Memorabilia Convention
DOM COOPER looks at the disturbing background to Throbbing Gristle’s Beachy Head – a song about the notorious Sussex suicide spot
STEPHEN MOSLEY reviews the final film in Hammer’s Karnstein Trilogy – Twins of Evil!