Guests are politely asked not to bring garlic or silver.
If the idea of spending the night in a velvet-lined coffin in a Transylvanian castle appeals, congratulations – you’re a
It was the Bram Stoker Festival in Dublin this weekend, and the old boy's home town really vamped it up in his honour, from up on the big screen to down on the streets.
From Hammer to The Hunger, Twilight to True Blood, when it comes to screen memes, vampires really do seem to be the gift that keeps on giving. But I'll confess that when I heard that Sky Living were going to screen a lavish new adaptation of Dracula made for NBC, I was initially sceptical.
Stoker was born in Dublin in 1847, and given how vast the vampire vibe has now become, you can't blame his home town for claiming him. And boy did they get their teeth into it, exploring every possible angle of the book's creation and legacy, from rave to grave.
A church overlooking Whitby's historic harbour is not under threat despite parts of its graveyard disappearing down the surrounding
Anyone feeling particularly tired this morning as they go online could be forgiven if wondering if it's still Halloween. Google's
To celebrate Halloween, we've put our heads together to compile a list of the 50 most terrifying fictional characters ever
The year 2012 marks the centenary of Bram Stoker's death. Until now, his seminal novel Dracula remains the dominant focus of interest in him both as a writer, and as an individual.
A Victorian vampire-slaying kit has sold at auction for £7,500. There were bids a-plenty for the bloodthirsty box, according