David Collins either needs to rob a blood bank or start coming to terms with the fact that he can’t keep hiding his undead girlfriend in his room. And while she hungers, the evil part of Barnabas’ spirit is preparing to launch a new attack on both Collinwood and humans overall. Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
Collinwood 1984—Barnabas’ family (and, bizarrely, the suave and evil warlock Nicholas Blair) has summoned his spirit from 1971 to deliver a dire warning. You see, 1984’s Barnabas and his cabal of the undead are preparing to take Collinwood by force. Read on in the Major Spoilers review.
David Collins has taken Emma to Collinwood after discovering his bete blanc uncontrollably feasting upon a poor, woodland deer. As he tries to conceal her within the walls of the mansion, Barnabas—bereft of his own vampiric powers—ventures to the Blue Whale to investigate Willie’s claim that Roger and Carolyn murdered someone in the basement. Confused? You won’t be after this Major Spoilers review!
Barnabas Collins can once again walk in the sunlight, but a grave threat remains for the quiet fishing town of Collinsport. Will Barnabas be able to save himself and everyone else from Lockwood’s threat? Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
Collinsport, 1972 — A dark force is preying upon a small Maine fishing town; one child has been taken and there’s reason to think more may follow. The reluctant vampire Barnabas Collins seeks to find the perpetrator of this crime, but could he just as easily be the cause?