The 50 Best, Worst, and Strangest Draculas of All-Time, Ranked

The real immortality of the ancient vampire Dracula, the villain of Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel of the same name, resides less in the difficulty of killing him and more in how, once you kill him, he doesn’t stay dead for long before springing up—robust, red-blooded, and thirsty—in another new version of the story. There have … Continue reading The 50 Best, Worst, and Strangest Draculas of All-Time, Ranked