As we’ve been reporting here on TGD, genre TV is back, bigger than ever, and it’s great that there’s a strong menu of sci-fi, fantasy and horror to choose from. Now the return of Dracula has gotten off to a good start in the ratings.
Carnivale creator to write and exec produce the gothic vampire serial.
I'm definitely stoked about the new Dracula series in the works over at NBC.
NBC and Sky Living have confirmed that their adaptation of the classic Bram Stoker novel Dracula will premiere next spring.
Universal recently hit its 100 year anniversary. At first, the studio was most famously the house of horror, home to genre favorites like Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf-Man, and the Creature From the Black Lagoon.
Love it or hate it, Twilight and True Blood have made vampires the hot monsters, although they’re certainly not traditional bloodsuckers in the classic Dracula vein (pun intended).
Hammer president Simon Oakes says the UK-based studio is seriously considering rebooting classic horror movies such as Dracula, The Abominable Snowman and The Reptile.
The horror genre has endured quite a lot of ups and downs throughout its history, but usually comes back strong, as illustrated by the third movie in the Paranormal Activity franchise.