‘Bogieville’ – Bloody Exclusive Trailer Previews Southern Fried Vampire Movie

From Magnificent Films and Silent D Pictures, director Sean Cronin’s vampire movie Bogieville is headed to the Cannes market, and Bloody Disgusting has been exclusively provided with the bloody teaser trailer this afternoon. Sink your fangs into this first look trailer below. Deadline first reported on Bogieville earlier this week, describing the upcoming film as […]

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“What We Do in the Shadows” Season 5 Review – FX’s Vampire Comedy Still Feels as Fresh as Ever

Trips to the mall, pride parades, and political aspirations keep Staten Island’s most unique undead busy with a strong season of supernatural soul-searching. “People can be real parasites…” The vampires in What We Do in the Shadows are hundreds of years old and while the audience has only been privy to a minuscule fraction of […]

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Long Live Radu: Why ‘Subspecies’ Still Soars as a Unique Vampire Movie Over 30 Years Later

Full Moon’s Subspecies is an interesting franchise. It started in 1991, right at the dawn of a decade that’s all-too-often considered to be a mixed bag of horror offerings, catering to the direct-to-video market that was booming at the time. Until now, with the release of Subspecies V: Bloodrise on SCREAMBOX June 2, there had […]

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Discussing Codependency and Lesbian Love Scenes in ‘The Hunger’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

You’re French, lady! After finishing off March with a look at the body horror aspects incorporated into Stephen Dunn’s Closet Monster, we kicked off April with a journey into the weird and wild world of Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer. This week, we’re revisiting Tony Scott‘s iconic 1983 vampire film The Hunger. The Hunger […]

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“Let the Right One In” Review – An Emotional Update That Proves Blood Is Thicker Than Water

Showtime’s adaptation of the Swedish vampire novel, “Let the Right One In,” finds strength in characters and relationships rather than visceral gore. “I’m just trying to take care of my kid.” “So am I.” Vampires have always been one of the more popular subgenres of horror for television to explore, but these bloodsuckers are in […]

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‘Interview with the Vampire’ Review – TV Series Draws Fresh Blood With a New Take on Anne Rice’s Saga

Editor’s Note: This Interview with the Vampire review covers only the show’s premiere episode. AMC’s playful look at the gothic, gory world of the infamous vampire Lestat hits a healthy artery that feels like it can keep its pulse beating for years. “There’s a simple answer to that, but I don’t believe that I want […]

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Kathryn Bigelow’s ‘Near Dark’ Has Aged As Gracefully as the Vampires Within [Halloweenies Podcast]

“The night, it’s deafening.” There are vampire films, and then there is Near Dark. A high watermark to the gluttonous guff of the genre, Kathryn Bigelow‘s 1987 gem remains a stealth entry in the pantheon of vampiric content. It’s smart, it’s dirty, it’s unforgiving, and it’s stylish, all qualities that so many imitators have tried […]

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The Bullying at the Center of ‘Let the Right One In’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Kill Your Bullies We’ve been bouncing around the decades ever since we wrapped up our ‘Underseen or Underrated’ theme, with stops in 1960 London for Peeping Tom, 2010’s boobies and blood Piranha 3D and 1987’s Near Dark last week. Our unofficial vampire double bill continues this week with Swedish adaptation Let the Right One In, which brings us back […]

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Celebrating 150 Episodes With ‘The Lost Boys’! [Horror Queers Podcast]

The Sex Scene Can Stay. After heading back to Haddonfield to discuss David Gordon Green’s 2018 sequel Halloween, we discussed everyone’s favorite vampire-killing Marvel superhero Blade before spending Halloween shacking up with the colorful characters in Clue. Now we’re kicking off November with our 150th episode and a discussion of a seminal queer vampire text in Joel […]

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Carving Out Comic Book Movie History With ‘Blade’ [Horror Queers Podcast]

Blood Rave, Baby. After heading back to the ’30s to check in with Countess Zaleska in Lambert Hillyer’s queer horror classic Dracula’s Daughter and hitting the road with Steve Zahn and Paul Walker in Joy Ride, we went back to Haddonfield to discuss David Gordon Green’s 2018 sequel Halloween. Now we’re heading back to the ’90s to discuss […]

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The Corruption of Faith Through False Prophets in ‘Thirst’ and “Midnight Mass”

The search for faith can be eternally destructive in the wrong hands, which “Midnight Mass” and Thirst explore through their uniquely reborn priests. “Can you think of a miracle more amazing than that? I mean, cure blindness, sure. Or part the seas, all right. But a second chance? That’s a real miracle…” Religion is often viewed […]

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Looking Back on the Mundane Monsters of MTV’s “Death Valley” 10 Years Later

Here’s a question no one’s ever asked before: what do you get when you hire one of the minds behind Scrubs (Curtis Gwinn) and the creator of Fat Guy Stuck in Internet (Eric Weinberg) to create a TV show based on an idea by Powerman 5000 frontman Spider One? Well, you get the criminally underseen […]

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German Poster for Netflix’s Vampire Movie ‘Blood Red Sky’ Drops Fang at 30,000 Feet

One of the upcoming horror movies that should be on your radar is Netflix‘s Blood Red Sky (read Meagan’s review), which will be available for streaming tomorrow, July 23. Meagan awarded the film 4/5 stars in her review for Bloody Disgusting, writing: “Blood Red Sky is a surprisingly savage little gem that sticks with you.” […]

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