One of the most terrifying and powerful elements of H. P. Lovecraft’s horror is the toll taken on characters, even those who emerge as successful.
An analysis of how the events in Mary Shelley's life influenced her novel Frankenstein: Or, the Modern Prometheus.
Bram Stoker's Dracula is by far and away the most famous vampire novel ever written. It wasn't the first of the genre, but Bram Stoker's Dracula is the story against which all others are judged.
Stoker’s books are in the Gothic horror genre. He wrote twelve novels, many fictional short stories and some non-fiction books. Yet he is best known for creating Dracula, the hated, feared and blood sucking vampire that captured victims with first his irresistible charismatic personality, superb...
A critical analysis of the novel Dracula. More than just a horror story, the novel also explores themes of xenophobia and sexism.
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The Strain is a good novel for those who like their vampire stories full of terror and gore.
This one line, included in "Dracula", immortalized Bürger's "Lenore" -- or perhaps "immortalized" is not the right word: "Lenore" and its author are as undead as the vampire himself!
A review of Doctor Sleep, the newest novel by master of horror, Stephen King!
This hub is part short-story, part poem, part historical fiction, part Biblical Apocrypha and part homage to Lovecraft. Ardoron, the Ebon City.