We caught up with Jaime Murray at San Diego’s Comic-Con to talk to about her new role as a queen of the undead in Fright Night 2.
Have a thirst for blood? Then drink up…here’s the greatest vampire films of all time!
Their blood may run cold, but their looks are red hot.
This dinosaur is like the Mike Tyson of dinosaurs. Scary until it opens it mouth.
Christian Slater gets the story of the centuries in Neil Jordan’s flawed but fascinating adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst.
If you surrender yourself to the idea that Uwe Boll actually believes that he makes good films, you’ll find much to enjoy in the many video game installments of his “cinema of delusion.”
Dracula isn’t just the evil bloodsucker he’s made out to be, the dude’s got feelings. Check out this cool animated piece set to the music of Jason Segel’s Dracula musical from Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Director Matt Reeves’ American remake of the Swedish horror drama is a harrowing and touching tale of friendship and vampirism.
The Quileute and the Volturi close in on expecting parents Edward and Bella, whose unborn child poses different threats to the wolf pack and vampire coven. Try to endure the wait until November.
Is there any way this can be as good as the original? Charlie Brewster is a high school senior who’s on top of the world – until Jerry moves in next door and Charlie discovers he’s a vampire, and drinking the neighborhood.