While on a flight from Germany to New York, a woman and her son find themselves the victims of a hijacking. But the terrorists are unaware that the woman possesses a dark secret – she’s a vampire. Bloody hell breaks loose in the skies over the Atlantic in this horror-thriller headed to Netflix on 7.23.2021.
HypieLab’s second of a 2-deck series of cards inspired by vampires. This deck focuses on vampires from Western culture – the first was all Eastern vampires. The manga-style characters are based on those in pop culture, myths, and legends. The cards will come in four editions: Blood, Darkness, Secret, and Torpor.
The night is dark and full of terrors. Show them you’re someone to be feared with this goofy vampire tee from LookHUMAN. We think it looks best in black, but it also comes in heather grey. The terrifying image also comes on mugs, pillows, totes, hoodies, tank tops, sweatshirts. Save 30% for a limited time with code SPLASH.
The hilarious vampire mockumentary series is coming back for a second season, and it looks like the setups are hysterical as ever, from a Super Bowl party to an open mic night. Plus, it looks like everyone’s favorite energy vampire has gained some new powers after getting a promotion. Drops 4/15/20 on FX.
A new series about a very old vampire. Developed by Sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, Dracula is expected to both pay tribute to Bram Stoker’s original and change things up with new tales of horror and new insights into the character. Stars the imposing Claes Bang as Dracula. Premieres 1/4/20 on Netflix and BBC One.
Dale Hayward and Sylvie Trouvé’s incredibly inventive animated short film tells the story of a “a vain and arrogant youth dares to enter Baba Yaga’s living house of bones.” But after the young man wreaks havoc on the old lady’s world, she delivers a swift and just punishment for his misdeeds.
If you’ve never seen Taika Waititi’s vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, you must watch it. Waititi and Jemaine Clement have teamed up with FX for a TV spin-off. It doesn’t retain the original cast, but still looks hilarious. Premieres 3/27/19.