Michael O’Shea’s subversion of the vampire genre works with sharp teeth.
The only thing scary about these films is having seen them.
Reboot of 1987 vampire film will span seven seasons and 70 years.
In 1996, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez crafted their true grindhouse film.
Caution: not for the squeamish.
The writers and directors behind What We Do in the Shadows dish on the making of their undead buddy comedy.
A warm, funny vampire mockumentary from half of Flight of the Conchords.
Some are bloody good, while others just suck.