You read that headline right. Researchers believe they have found the grave of Vlad Tepes III, better known as Vlad the Impaler, aka the guy who was probably a real vampire if there ever was one. And, of course, they plan on popping that baby open.
Just a few short days after the first trailer arrived for Dracula Untold (formerly Dracula: Year Zero), Universal has sent us a fresh batch of new still images that depict the early years of the iconic blood drinker. Drop fang and dig in!
One of cinema's most iconic monsters gets an origin story in Universal's Dracula Untold (formerly titled Dracula: Year Zero), which essentially serves as a prequel to Bram Stoker's classic tale. On tap for you today is the first trailer for the film so get ready to sink those fangs into some action-packed monster mayhem!
Universal's latest adaptation of Bram Stoker's most popular novella has undergone several changes on its way into our lives, first being renamed from Dracula: Year Zero to Dracula Untold. Nevertheless, it's finally on its way, and we have a pair of posters and the first image!
Despite our best efforts, we just never warmed up to NBC's adaptation of "Dracula" starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and apparently neither did the network's decision-makers because it was announced earlier today that it will not be returning for a second season.
Yes, you read that headline correctly! Bran Castle in Translyvania, Romania, known for its ties to Vlad "The Impaler" Tepes, is now up for sale by the former royal family! Read on for details, and get that credit card ready!
We've Unearthed a Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Dracula Season Finale Episode 1.10 - Let There Be Light
A new "Unearthed" video has come for the "Dracula" season finale, Episode 1.10, "Let There Be Light" (although it appears to have once had a different title); and you can hear what the cast and crew had to say about it right here.
NBC's "Dracula" looks to have quite a grand finale in store for those who've stuck with it. If you're among them, here are a preview and over 3 dozen stills of the season (series?) ending Episode 1.10, "Let There Be Light."
Just two episodes remain for NBC's "Dracula," and things are definitely coming to a head, including a declaration of war! And possibly love? Check out several images from and a preview of Episode 1.09, "Four Roses."
Well, this is unexpected! Dracula and his right-hand man are most definitely at odds in this sneak peek of tonight's Episode 1.08, "Come to Die." Check it out and let us know if you'll be tuning in to see how they resolve their differences.
Though the majority of Dario Argento's earlier films are more or less universally loved by horror fans, not even the biggest supporter of his work can deny that the Italian maestro has lost something along the way.
Are you among the "Dracula" diehards who are sticking with the NBC series despite its dwindling ratings? If so, you'll want to check out this new behind-the-scenes chat with the creators to discover the lore of The Dresden Triptych.
"Dracula" returned from hiatus last night so now it's time to "unearth" the most recent episode, #1.07, "Servant to Two Masters," and get a sneak peek of next week's #1.08, "Come to Die."
Finally we have some original TV programming back on the air, and "Dracula" is looking to turn things around in its final few episodes of the season. Will next week's Episode 1.08, "Come to Die," help its case? Here's an image gallery to give you a taste of what's coming.
"Dracula" returns on Friday with Episode 1.07, "Servant to Two Masters," and in this sneak peek we see Grayson preparing to test his new machine while Professor Van Helsing has other concerns. Just four episodes remain... will we see The Order eradicated, or is Season 2 on its way?