The richly entertaining "Queer for Fear" charts a fabulous voyage through the history of queerness in horror films
Synetic's “Dracula” features powerful doses of murderous gothic mayhem, witty humor, and a touch of the erotic.
Rorschach's scrappy, feminist take on Stoker's classic horror novel “Dracula” suffers by sidelining the main attraction.
Christopher Henley and Jay Hardee juggle their twin roles in theater and at home.
With their original blend of high-impact dance, crystal-clear storytelling and keen sense of what entertains, it's hard to imagine being disappointed by anything generated by...
It must have seemed like a good idea to someone, somewhere, in some altered state: Combine Universal's three biggest movie monster properties -- Dracula, Frankenstein...