NECA Perfectly Captures Bela Lugosi’s ‘Dracula’ for Upcoming Universal Monsters Figure

NECA‘s new line of Universal Monsters action figures based on the original classics is on the way, with Frankenstein’s monster, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Dracula confirmed. Tonight is of course Halloween Eve, and NECA has taken to social media with a special treat: our very first look at their head sculpt for the action figure of Bela Lugosi‘s […]

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NECA Teases Upcoming Bela Lugosi ‘Dracula’ Action Figure! [Image]

NECA‘s new line of Universal Monsters action figures based on the original classics is on the way, with Frankenstein’s monster, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Dracula confirmed. The company took to Twitter last night, this week being the late Bela Lugosi‘s birthday and all, and shared the first sneak-peek preview of the upcoming Dracula action figure! The […]

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The Reluctant Queer at the Center of ‘Dracula’s Daughter’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Dracula’s Daughter Said ACAB. After getting anxious with the frightening apparition in It Follows, we got campy with the much-maligned late franchise entry Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare. After that we toured the streets of Los Angeles in David Lynch’s masterpiece Mulholland Drive, but now we’re going all the way back to the ’30s to check […]

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Mark of the Beast: ‘The Wolf Man’ at 80 [Gods and Monsters]

In Bride of Frankenstein, Dr. Pretorius, played by the inimitable Ernest Thesiger, raises his glass and proposes a toast to Colin Clive’s Henry Frankenstein—“to a new world of Gods and Monsters.” I invite you to join me in exploring this world, focusing on horror films from the dawn of the Universal Monster movies in 1931 to the […]

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Requiem for a Vampire: Remembering Bela Lugosi 65 Years After His Passing

The voice, the gestures, and those eyes. Few actors in the history of cinema are so instantly recognizable as Bela Lugosi or have had such an effect on the collective imagination. Though best known for his inescapable portrayal of Dracula on stage and screen, Lugosi’s career is long and varied. From the heights of fame […]

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