Artist Vadu Amka turned his PAL SNES console into the embodiment of darkness, just in time for October.
He's perhaps the most popular monster in all of horror. And yet it's been weirdly difficult to accurately portray the prince of darkness on screen — to make him as scary and evil and charismatic as he was in Bram Stoker's original novel. Here are 12 movies and TV series whose portrayal of Dracula that got it very, very
Hey, did you know that Alucard is dual-wield spelled backwards? Ok, maybe not. But you can still get a look at how different the fan-favorite Son of Dracula plays from his dad in this trailer for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2's Revelations DLC.
Lords of Shadow 2—the latest variation in Konami's long-running Castlevania series—let you play as Dracula. Its upcoming add-on will keeps it in the family, making the alpha vampire's albino spawn playable in the Revelations DLC.
America has had plenty of experience in taking awesome Japanese anime and making terrible adaptations of them. But for every Dragonball: Evolution, Japan has also borrowed one of our properties, and desecrated it in much the same fashion. Here are eight American casualties in this cross-pop culture war.
Over nearly three decades and dozens of games, the Castlevania series has let players battle through iconically fragmented gameworlds and crack the Belmont family's whips against Dracula. Now, with Lords of Shadow 2, the biggest, baddest vampire of all is yours to control. The shift from implacable archfiend…
For some reason, the typed, un-illustrated manual, in Finnish, for Bram Stoker's Dracula on the NES is a very desirable collector's item. Finland's equivalent of eBay currently has a listing for one, where it's been bidded up to the equivalent of about $1,200 U.S.
After centuries of the Belmont clan whipping him into submission, Dracula found himself looking forward to the slayer family's regular visits.