RIP John G. Avildsen & Stephen Furst, Weekend box office, “Han Solo” directors get the boot, Daniel Day-Lewis finds better things to do, trailers for “Annabelle: Creation”, “Okja” and “Detroit”, “Godzilla” and “Deadpool”-sequels begin filming, “Sherlock” creators to work on “Dracula” next?, the ongoing saga of Sony & MCU, “Star Trek: Discover” has a release date, Spit-take of the week and more.
Well, it’s almost Halloween and this year, my friend and I have decided to make our way through the original Big Four Universal Monster Films and their sequels in release order. Of course, this will go well beyond the month of October but that’s fine with me as I... Read more
Dracula’s iconic presence throughout history offers a known brand, but is it known for quality? What did Stoker intend with the character and what have audiences responded to in his various iterations? #podcast
This time on “Night Terrors”, IAB takes a look at two films from the late Sir Christopher Lee
Van Helsing returns. Hugh Jackman probably not.
Stalks review explains why not all of Hammer’s Films are instant classics and “Satanic Rites of Dracula” is the (un)living proof!
1,2 fashion police comes for you!
Nine not-so-great makeovers of famous horror movie characters.
I kept this review #### SPOILER-FREE#### Dracula Untold (2014) Directed by: Gary Shore Written by: Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless based on characters from the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker Starring: Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Dominic Cooper, Charles Dance and others The Plot: Dracula Untold tells (ha!) us the... Read more
This is the second entry of a series that was originally posted on the now defunct site “talkbacker.com”, for which different authors contributed articles in which they made their case for their favourite film Dracula. Now it is Supernaught’s own Ronnie James Dio’s turn to defend Gerard Butler’s performance... Read more
The following article was intended as the start of a series of articles, each of which was to be written by a different author and devoted to a different actor who played Dracula in a movie. It was originally published on the (now defunct) site “talkbacker.com”. “In defense of... Read more
Of all the classic Universal horror movies, Dracula is still my favorite. For me, I can’t think of anyone more synonymous with the role, than the Hungarian born Bela Lugosi. While it’s a bit slow by today’s standards, this 83(!) year old flick still delivers. Read more
Airdate: 16-February-2014 In this episode, the guys are joined by Bopnrumble as they discuss the new Robocop movie, their favorite version of Dracula and The Dark Knight Rises in the Best of the Week segment before they go over their Top 5 Favorite Female Film Characters. Try saying that... Read more