Well, things are certainly coming to a head on “Dracula,” and on “Come to Die,” we finally got some solid action through and through, including some unexpected twists that were overall pretty satisfying. Dracula could barely contain himself through the ep more
Dracula returned after a mid-season hiatus with "Servant to Two Masters," featuring a few surprises for it's fans. Read More...
Sure, "dancing lunatics and diabolical lesbians" sounds exciting, but if you've been watching NBC's Dracula , you know that this is a pretty chill Friday night for the titular vampire. Read More...
On the latest episode of “Dracula,” and the first of the New Year, Dracula finally perfected his geomagnetic electricity machinery and was ready to present it to the public in a bells-and-whistles laden demonstration that was heavily advertised and much a more
In the final episode of the year of “Dracula,” the man himself finally got his day in the sun in “Of Monsters & Men.” And I mean that literally, as his daydreams became reality when Van Helsing’s experimentation finally paid off and Dracula was able to wa more
So I know I was supposed to care about Mina's conflicted feelings for Grayson on this episode of Dracula , and maybe pay more attention to how her whole engagement thing is going with Jonathan, but honestly? I say, bring on more Grayson/Renfield! Read Mo more
In a perhaps inevitably transitional episode of “Dracula,” we got a resolution of the previous show’s Renfield kidnapping, the expected engagement party, and Dracula’s first official meeting with the rest of the Order (he already knew Lady Jayne and the more
Grayson wins Lady Jayne's heart while sort of still trying to win Mina's heart, and Mina might unknowingly have the affections of a certain close friend as well in this episode of Dracula . Read More...