Funko POP Universal Monsters coming in October!

Dracula computer art by  Atula Siriwardane
Christopher Lee as Dracula by Rob E. Brown 
pixelated-nightmares:

Dracula’s Pitt by wjh3

pixelated-nightmares:

Dracula’s Pitt by wjh3

arcaneimages:

Greg Ruth

arcaneimages:

Greg Ruth

Dennis Hansbury a very talented artist I know is opening his new Etsy shop.  Please check out his ghoulish goodies at ModestlyMacabre and give his art a good home.

ALBERT PUJOLAR

Returning to DVD (unfortunately no bluray) in all new packaging on September 2nd.

RIP Rebecca Isabelle “Carla” Laemmle (October 20, 1909 – June 12, 2014)

Carla was one of the few surviving actors of the silent film era and the niece of Universal Pictures studio founder Carl Laemmle. 

In Dracula (1931) she had an uncredited role as bespectacled passenger riding in a bumpy horse-drawn carriage with Renfield as he is traveling to Dracula’s castle. In the David Skal’s documentary for the DVD release of Dracula, Laemmle proudly states: "I had the privilege of speaking the first lines of dialogue in the first talking supernatural thriller".

Vintage ad for Dracula (1931)

Vintage ad for Dracula (1931)

Rowena Morrill

Rowena Morrill

Lobby cards for Hammer’s Dracula sequels

1965 Aurora models ad promoting the Bride Of Frankenstein

1965 Aurora models ad promoting the Bride Of Frankenstein

Publicity photo of Helen Chandler, Bela Lugosi, and Dwight Frye for Dracula  (1931)

Publicity photo of Helen Chandler, Bela Lugosi, and Dwight Frye for Dracula  (1931)

Bela Lugosi as Dracula in the original Broadway production

Bela Lugosi as Dracula in the original Broadway production