Curious as to what life is like on the set of Dario Argento's Dracula 3D? Well, this almost twelve-minute long behind-the-scenes promotional video for the film is bound to answer some of your questions! It first appeared on the recently launched Dracula 3D website, but now that it's on YouTube and embeddable, we thought we'd make things easier for you. Dig it!
The official website for Dario Argento's Dracula 3D is now open, and it's home to an almost 12-minute long look behind the scenes, a new very spoilery synopsis, and a batch of over three dozen photos. Read on for the details.
More behind-the-scenes images have made their way online from Dario Argento's Dracula 3D. This latest crop features the gorgeous Ms. Asia A. truly vamping it up. Read on for the goods! Dracula 3D features Asia Argento as Lucy, Thomas Kretschmann as Dracula, Marta Gastini as Mina, and Rutger Hauer as Van Helsing. Miguel Angel Silvestre, and Miriam Giovanelli also star.
The Wolfman and the Creature have had their day in the sun, and now it's Dracula and Frankenstein's turn! Granted, the sun may not be the best place for Dracula, but you'll want to check out his upcoming Minimates set in a good light as well as the series he'll share with Frankenstein's famous monster.
Ever wonder what would happen if monster met master? That's exactly the premise of a new documentary which would see the legendary Dracula come face-to-face with Bram Stoker!
The lovely Asia Argento is still pretty camera happy on the set of her father's new flick, Dario Argento's Dracula 3D, and we've got the latest bits of on-set eye candy ready and waiting for you right here!
Who wouldn't want to follow Asia Argento around? I personally know folks who'd like nothing more than to be her shadow. If you're one of the cats who follow her on Twitter, then you just scored your first look at Dracula and Lucy together in Dario Argento's Dracula 3D. If not? Don't worry. We have you covered.
We've been talking about Summit Entertainment's Vlad for over a year now, and finally director Anthony Mandler has given a bite-sized update for eager fans waiting to see Dracula once again on the big screen. The only catch? We're not getting Dracula.
Fresh off its win of two Remi awards at the 44th annual Worldfest-Houston International Film Festival, indie horror vampire tale Renfield: The Un-Dead, directed by Bob Willems, written and produced by SFX master Phil Nichols, and starring Nichols in the title role, has launched a clever series of promo images featuring Renfield leaving his mark on history.
With the maestro Dario Argento really in need of a home run, all eyes are on his latest project Dracula 3D. With a lot of the cast already in place, we've all been waiting patiently to find out who'll be playing Big D himself. The time has come. We think. Read on.
Some news is coming out of L.A.'s big genre dance, the Creation Weekend of Horrors, and of course we were on the scene to bring you the goods. Read on for all the details fit to print!
Dracula a badass again? Oh lord, please say it's so! It's been a while since the original vamp had the proper amount of bite, but if director Jaume Collet-Serra is to be believed, that's all about to change. In a recent interview with Aullidos Serra dropped the following on fans:
No matter how you slice it, Dario Argento is in serious need of a good movie. Over the years the master has been slipping with his flicks to the point of them not even resembling any of his previous works. It's kind of heartbreaking. Will his latest film, Dracula 3D, have enough bite to get things on track?
The folks at Poison Apple Films have lifted the curtain a bit on what went on behind-the-scenes during the shooting of Renfield: The Un-Dead, including a special effects "sizzle" reel and a gag reel that shows what happened when Phil Nichols, dressed in character as Renfield, encountered a landscaper on the set.
We've been talking about director Bob Willems' Renfield: The Un-Dead for quite a while now, and in case you've been wondering when you might be able to see it, if you happen to live in or around the Houston, Texas, area, you're in luck!