San Diego Is Paradise for Goths
The scene there is both long-lasting and newly burgeoning, something you might not expect from the sunny city known for its beaches.
Looking Back at 'Dracula's Daughter,' the 1936 Monster Movie That's Really About Love and Lesbians
Though forgotten to many, Bela Lugosi's Dracula had a follow-up, a sequel of sorts, that was not only quite romantic, but romantically progressive in that it used vampirism as a conceit to explore homosexuality in the 30s.
Nearly 80 Years Later, Orson Welles's 'Dracula' Is Still a Scary, Sexualized Masterpiece
The legendary director's audio staging of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' is a horrific, lusty, transcendent live wire of sound, still modern today.