NBC's "Dracula" miniseries hasn't even debuted yet, but the network has released an unholy number of stills from the upcoming Episode 1.02, "A Whiff of Sulfur." Here's the first batch of three dozen photos - check back tomorrow for the rest!
Earlier this month NBC provided us with Part 1 of an origin featurette for its new miniseries "Dracula," and now we're back with Part 2 of "Dracula Rising." Check it out so you'll be ready for the premiere, which is in less than two weeks.
From all the previews and promos we've seen so far for NBC's "Dracula," it's obvious the miniseries has style. But will it have substance? We got lucky with "Hannibal"; can the peacock strike horror gold again? Peer inside the show's tangled world for another tease of what's ahead.
We have another look at NBC's upcoming "Dracula" miniseries, this time in the form of a behind-the-scenes video with the cast and crew, and once you're done watching that, check out the synopsis for Episode 1.02, "A Whiff of Sulfur."
We've seen a lot of photos and promos for NBC's upcoming "Dracula" miniseries, and now we have a "first look" video that shows off a full two and a half minutes of footage. Check it out, and look for more over the next two weeks leading up to the premiere.
Although we're a little tired of the same old Dracula story being told over and over, we are looking forward to NBC's take on the legendary tale when its "Dracula" miniseries debuts in a few weeks. If you are, too, here's a new preview.
Morbidly curious about checking out a screening of IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review)? Very much still on the fence? Well, we have a shot at scoring a screening on us and more!
We've seen some pretty interesting teaser promos lately ("American Horror Story," we're looking at you), but this new video for NBC's "Dracula" miniseries takes the cake! Cheesecake, that is. Check it out, and be sure to tune in on Friday, October 25th, for the premiere.
The first red band trailer has finally arrived for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and... well.... it doesn't help matters much, does it? Oh, Dario! How we all long for the you of days gone by. Check it out. Then pop some aspirin.
With NBC's "Dracula" miniseries set to debut on October 25th, the network has released a new featurette in which we travel back to the 15th century to discover the origins of the iconic Vlad Tepes, also known as Dracula.
We've seen lots of images released from upcoming TV shows before, but NBC may have just emerged as the "overkill king" in that regard with the whopping 50 new photos they provided this morning for "Dracula." Look for Episode 1.01, "The Blood Is The Life," on October 25th.
We're just a little over a month away from the debut of "Dracula" on NBC, and the network has released another gallery's worth of character posters for the show which are quite a bit more extravagant than the last batch we saw.
NBC has released a new one-sheet for its upcoming series "Dracula," and we have a look at it for you right here. Check it out, and expect more on this one soon. Providing we're not busy hanging garlic up around our windows of course.
An official trailer has finally arrived for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and... well... yeah. It kind of speaks for itself. Check it out, lay your head in your hands, and just wonder where it all went wrong.
Several new stills have checked-in for IFC's release of Argento's Dracula (review), and they're here if you wanna see them. From what we here looking at images from the flick is a lot less painful than watching the movie itself.