Friday, June 20, 2014

This week in DARK SHADOWS

It was a busy week for DARK SHADOWS, especially when you take into consideration that the series was cancelled in 1971. Here's a list of headlines and links from the past five days:

* The six-part comicbook mini-series DARK SHADOWS: YEAR ONE has been collected in trade paperback and is now on sale. I recommend it.

* The Collinsport Historical Society launched a new feature this week titled COLLINSPORT INK, a Q&A with fans about their DARK SHADOWS tattoos.

* SEIZURE, the 1974 film which doubled as Jonathan Frid's final starring film role and Oliver Stone's directorial debut, will be released on Blu-ray in September.

* The Big Finish audiodrama THE DARKEST SHADOW, which reuintes David Selby and Donna McKechnie, has been delayed until July.

* Our COLLINWOOD COCKTAILS feature rose from the dead at the start of the week with the TOM COLLINSPORT, courtesy of Horror In Clay founder (and occasional CHS contributor) Jonathan M. Chaffin.

* Fred Olen Ray gave us the first look at Jerry Lacy in SPIDORA.

* has a list of the "10 most import vampire programs in TV history." DARK SHADOWS makes the list.

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