Video Show: The Count Jackula Show

There are vampires, and there are men from outer space, but there is only one vampire from outer space! Join Count Jackula from the Planet Drakula as he explains the ins and outs of horror, from the mythic to the modern. Blood, off-color humor, and an obsession with Elvira are in store for you!

VIDEO: The Devil’s Rain (1975)

Join us, whores of Satan, as we delve into films which promote the word of the Great Deceiver. Leave common decency (and sense) at the door as Count Jackula shows you The Devil’s Rain, starring William Shatner (yes, William Shatner) and Ernest Borgnine.

VIDEO: Top 10 sexy monster girls

Count Jackula discusses his top 10 sexy monster girls from across horror movies, video games, and animation, as well as providing a message to all those who feel they’re misunderstood, ignored, or not beautiful enough.

VIDEO: Red State (2011)

The death of Fred Phelps, leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, inspires Count Jackula to review a movie he inspired, which also happens to be the first horror movie by Kevin Smith. Will Red State starring Michael Parks have you seeing red, or will it just give you the blues?

VIDEO: Deathbed (2002)

From the Jackula archives: Count Jackula reviews Deathbed, also known as Stuart Gordon Presents Deathbed, which has no relation to that other movie he reviewed called Deathbed, because this isn’t about a bed that eats people, but rather a bed that possesses people. Watching this movie is essentially assisted suicide.

VIDEO: Death Bed: The Bed That Eats (1977)

From the Jackula archives: Count Jackula reviews the lost ’70s cult film made famous by a Patton Oswalt routine, Death Bed: The Bed That Eats! It’s about a bed, that eats people. But the weirdness doesn’t stop there, because the bed also has mommy issues. Don’t believe us? Then watch and learn.

VIDEO: Raising Cain (1992)

From 2011: Jackula reviews Brian De Palma’s Raising Cain starring John Lithgow, a movie that really, really wishes it were a Dario Argento film. Can the Count survive this awkward entry into De Palma’s fimography? Can he survive the sight of John Lithgow in drag… again?