The classic monsters have returned… again!
During the gothic horror revival of the late 1950s through the 1970s, vampires, witches, devil worshipers, occultists, spirits, ghouls, and grave-robbing mad scientists returned to terrify a new generation of thrill-seeking movie audiences. Influenced by the social and cultural upheavals of the time and the ever-present specter of nuclear war, these classic terrors became more violent, more subversive—and more seductive.
Behold the Undead of Dracula features stories inspired by the films of the gothic horror revival, dripping with blazing bright-red blood and radiating sex appeal. Eleven of the best authors in underground horror fiction offer up unique and terrifying takes on this special era of cinematic history, summoning spine-tingling tales sure to frighten and seduce unwary readers.
Grab your popcorn, take a seat, and watch as the curtain rises on these neo-gothic nightmares. Bear witness to the lurid and sensual horrors of...
Behold the Undead of Dracula!
“Go to the Devil” by Matthew M. Bartlett
“Over the Violets There That Lie” by Gwendolyn Kiste
“George Strait and the Black Orchard Grimoire” by Mer Whinery
“Vengeance of the Blood Princess” by Dominique Lamssies
“Diabolus in Musica” by William Tea
“Taste of Fear in the Night (European Release Title: Curse of the Mountain Witches)” by Tom Breen
“You Should Smile More: The Blood Coven of Arkana” by Heather L. Levy
“Mina’s Castle” by Sean M. Thompson
“Cleaver Castle of Carnage Presents: The Coven Strikes Back” by Christa Carmen
“The Bloody Cask of Rasputin” by Thomas C. Mavroudis
“The Filthy Creation of Frankenstein” by Gemma Files
Cover art by Trevor Henderson
Interior illustration by Mat Fitzsimmons
Editing and layout by Jonathan Raab