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12 Myths That Combine Vampires With Religions

One of the most iconic of images–the vampire cowering when confronted with a cross (makes one wonder how the creatures handle a graveyard?). Not quite what folklore tells, but containing a grain of truth. Religion and the idea of the dead drinking blood entwined long ago: 1. Vampire Burials In recent years, archeologists found something…

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15 Pieces of The Creepiest Global Vampire Folklore

Think you know vampires? Maybe you do. But odds say all you know comes from t.v., movies and novels. But the undead arise from myth and legend, stuff far outside the imagination of Bram Stoker or Anne Rice. Consider these fifteen tidbits of genuinely creepy vampire folklore… 1. The Anti-Mother Our image of a vampire…

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Jo & Alaric: First Comes Love, Then Comes… ‘The Vampire Diaries’

“Jo and Alaric’s wedding day has arrived in The Vampire Diaries 6×21 “I’ll Wed You in the Golden Sunshine”!” Weddings bells are ringing as it’s time for Alaric and Jo to take the leap and get hitched. We’ve seen working up to this point for a while and finally someone might be having something to…

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‘It’s a Vampire!’ – Free, Fun, and Creepy? Count Me In!

Short horror comic featuring vampires. Short horror comic indeed! Found this little comic book today and it’s an interesting read as it includes a one-shot story about a vampire hunter that looks an awful lot like Geralt of Rivia and packing a serious …thingy. Oh my.  It’s a very simple story of a story tavern…

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Finally, A Vampire Satire That Doesn’t Diss The Genre: ‘The Sins of Dracula’

Plenty of Sinful Satire In ‘The Sins Of Dracula’ A lot… a metric f*ckton even, of movies out there, make fun of recent vampire films, especially Twilight –but truth be told, they’re really asking for it, –but most of these movies aren’t actually making a point of pointing a finger at anything other than the vampire horror…

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Gets An Enhanced PC Release on Steam!

Majesco is looking to lure in unsuspecting victims today, as BloodRayne: Betrayal sinks its teeth into the PC market with a Steam … Our source isn’t the only BloodRayne fan around, I am also a lover or the original game, and I know at least one other person who liked it too. Unfortunately, ever since those first…

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12 Of The Biggest Beefs Between Characters On The Vampire Diaries

Counting the 15 biggest problems that characters from The Vampire Diaries have had with each other over the years, –past and present. I mean, between all the main characters on this show, they’ve all wanted to kill each other at some point or another. And then somehow, they all end up having sex, or kissing, or crushing…

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‘The Strain’ Season 2 Preview Video

“Your whole world can change in the matter of seconds. Prepare to fight this Summer on FX.” This video is almost like an allegory for remembering to ask for ID when you go to a club; you can’t trust a pretty girl she could be jail bait in disguise! She looks like a sweet, innocent…

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Vampire Romance… By a Dude: Hell and the Hunger by Mike Reynolds

When a vampire loses his love of the hunt he is left with nothing but his hunger… That is precisely where Joe finds himself at the beginning of Hell and the Hunger. He simply doesn’t want to be alive any longer but it… The thing about most vampire romance is that you almost never see…

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Faking News: Count Dracula Addresses The Masses Regarding Vampire Rights

Count Vlad Tepes the impaler from Transylvania, properly addressed as Count Dracula, was in city to inaugurate an exhibition on ancient European arts. If the immensely popular Count Dracula was out and about today, the vampire world would probably shock him. In the article, he refers to the majority of vampire films as being “too…

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Joss Whedon Never Says ‘Never’ When It Comes to Buffy the Vampire Slayer Movie

Joss Whedon has refused to rule out a ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ movie.The 50-year-old director – who created the American television series, which ran from 1997 until 2003 – has not dismissed the idea totally, but says his immediate priority… He never gives any definite answers, is why this is so frustrating. He worked on…

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