It’s never a bad time to talk about the baseball scene in ‘Twilight.’
The movie, which hit theaters September 19, 2003, was a surprise hit: It was made for $22 million but grossed nearly $96 million, kicking off a film franchise that brought in nearly $550 million. Here’s what you should know.
The idea that garlic repels vampire has been linked to some serious health problems.
Witches and vampires are eternally popular, but Wyoming seems to have a thing for ninjas.
'Nosferatu' was not the first vampire film, but it is (arguably) the oldest surviving one. Which is ironic because someone was actively trying to kill it.
The belief in real-life vampires predates Bram Stoker's legendary novel 'Dracula.'
It’s the 125th anniversary of Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula.’ Celebrate by partaking in the largest-ever gathering of people dressed as vampires.
Through Omaze, you can win two tickets to 'The Batman' movie premiere and join Robert Pattinson on the red carpet while supporting GO Campaign.
Rotten Tomatoes' highest-rated horror movies aren't all Alfred Hitchcock, John Carpenter, and Jordan Peele. (But they’re all definitely up there.)
In September 1954, hundreds of armed children invaded a Glasgow graveyard to hunt a vampire—and inadvertently helped pass a comic book censorship law.
Forty-five years after its publication, Anne Rice’s 1976 novel 'Interview With the Vampire' stands as one of the most influential bloodsucker tales ever published. Here's what you need to know.
Today, Bram Stoker is best known as the author of 'Dracula.' But in life, he was better known as a theatrical manager.
Filmmakers have been making movies about vampires almost since the inception of motion pictures, and our public fascination with these creatures of the night has not yet dimmed. Here are 25 of the best of them.
Bonnie Tyler was singing about lovestruck vampires long before Twilight’s Bella and Edward came along.
The best way to view vampires is from a distance, which makes this webcam installed over Brasov, Transylvania, ideal for Dracula-spotting.
For one of literature’s most enduring works, Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' didn’t receive much of a turnout when it was first adapted for the stage: A total of two people showed up.
On March 4, 1922, spectators filtered into the Marble Hall of the Berlin Zoological Garden to witness horror movie history—and a plagiarism success story in the making.
Archaeologists plan to use the 3D model to find out exactly what the woman’s face looked like, warts and all.
4. The vampire masterpiece's two young stars were never allowed to read the script.
Since 1985, Tom Holland’s critically acclaimed directorial debut has been a staple of Halloween movie marathons everywhere. Hard to believe he wrote the script in just three weeks.
If anyone can breathe fresh life into an overdone property, it's these two.
Alan Ball's metaphorical vampire series made its HBO debut 10 years ago today.