Universal Studios had delved into horror filmmaking with silent films The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) and The Phantom of the Opera (1925), but Dracula (1931) was Universal’s first “talking picture” in the horror genre. Directed by Tod Browning and an uncredited Karl Freund, Dracula was based on the 1924 stage play by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston; adapted from the 1897 novel of the same name by Bram Stoker. After Carl Laemmle, Jr. was able to legally secure the novel’s film rights, screenwriter Garrett Fort began work on adapting Dracula for the movie theater.
On the streets, he bestows crimson kisses no woman can resist, but in the sheets there exists a night monster… with the blood lust of a savage beast!
“The story of the strangest passion the world has ever known!”
Warm, young bodies will feed Gutter Garbs hunger, and hot, fresh blood their awful thirst! Gutter Garbs have released collections for William Crain’s 1972 blaxploitation classic Blacula, and James Cameron’s nightmare that won’t end, 1984’s The Terminator.
“Rising from the echoing corridors of Hell, an awesome being of the supernatural – with satanic power of sheer dread.”
This Japanese inspired horror tee and long sleeve from The Lost Boys is available for pre-order now!
“Okay, where’s Nosferatu? The prince of darkness? The night crawler? The bloodsucker? El Vampiro?”
Get ready to do some dark bidding on the internet. Cavity Colors are excited to open the coffin and unleash their massive What We Do in the Shadows collection. When you are a vampire you become very… sexy. ⚰️
“I go for a look which I call dead… but delicious!”
Slasher Pack IX: Monsters includes four Japanese inspired horror tees from Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy and Frankenstein; available for pre-order now!