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Nosfera-Tunes! Snuttock

Music may be one of if not the most primeval of all art forms.  Does it not predate language? Even today, with things like lyrics and moving images added, somehow music reaches right down deep into our reptile brain.  It stirs our core. For those interested in the visceral experience of undeath–in terms of role-playing,…

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So… Looks Like Liz Forbes is Going to Bite the Dust on The Vampire Diaries

The Vampire Diaries Spoiler: Casting Call for a Funeral! Spoiler alert? Or yeah, I guess it’s too late for that: a huge funeral scene was needed for The Vampire Diaries recently, for people living in Georgia (why, oh why, did I ever move away from Georgia?), of all ages, and it was most likely for…

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‘Let the Right One In’ On Broadway

‘Let the Right One In’ based on Swedish novel and film reunites director John Tiffany and choreographer Steven Hoggett. This production of a great novel, a good film, and an okay American remake, sound completely asinine. The stage production is meant to look more like the Swedish film than the American film, and sure, there…

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Vampire Vacation by C.J. Ellison: A New Series Starts Out Awesome!

I reviewed C.J. Ellisson’s book Vampire Vacation, the first in the V V Inn series. More foodies should review more books, I mean, this is clearly the most objective audience: I love this perspective, and she made the review quick, easy, and painless. What was good? The writing, for once: a lot of new vampire…

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5 Vampire Shows You Probably Don’t Watch

Over the years, vampire TV shows have become undeniably popular. Some of these shows have flown under the radar. Here are our top picks! So, one of those on the list is Being Human the North American/Canadian version, –and I know we watched that, and I know it because I’ve already finished watching the original U.K. version,…

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Dinner with Dracula: An Interview with Author Luccia Gray

The Masquerade Crew, Indie book reviews, promos, and giveaways…” Gothic romantic fiction; taken from the heart of the genre, which was of course, and always will be Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë. But if you’re thinking the story ended with two lovers living happily ever after, you’re dead wrong: though deeply depressing, there is yet hope…

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Nikki Reed Forbidden From the Set of ‘The Vampire Diaries’

“…will Ian Somerhalder have support from his fiancee, Nikki Reed, on set?” NOPE! Now, there is quite a bit of speculation as to why this is, and lots of blah blah blah, about how Nikki Reed doesn’t want to distract Ian Somerhalder while he’s working to direct his own episode of ‘The Vampire Diaries’, –but…

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More Details on Upcoming Vampire RPG: ‘Vampyr’

“Vampyre’s only been in development for a few months but there’s already a lot to like…” The source article has a lot of new details about the game being released (eventually) by the same developers as those behind Remember Me: a game I had an opportunity to play, but did not, because all that futuristic crap…

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The Urn: Dracula of the Apes by G. Wells Taylor

“Dracula of the Apes picks up where Bram Stoker’s Dracula left off and Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan of the Apes began…” I know you’re probably thinking the same thing I was when I first saw this: “What the absolute f*ck?” Um, apes… or gorillas, and… Dracula…? But no! It works! The story is actually interesting,…

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Vampires & More: The Top 10 Horror TV Shows of the 90s

“Once again, we’re in the middle of 90s month and this week we’re looking at the best horror TV shows of the 90s…” There was a whole hell of a lot more going on in the 90s that wasn’t just Buffy or The X Files. I mean, sure, those were great, but there were some awesome shows out…

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A New Vampire Series Kicks Off: The Legacy of Fear by Vanessa A. Ryan

“Coming February 2015   Horror At The Lake, A Vampire Tale:  The Legacy of Fear…” The book isn’t just a vampire romance, typical of the overwhelming genre additions here lately: there’s a woman determined to see justice for her ancestor… ancient Egyptian treasures and archaeological expeditions in dangerous, desert places, as well as curious mythological…

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Ahn Jae Hyun’s Stills as a Vampire in Korean TV Show “Blood”

“Actor Ahn Jae Hyun will be transforming into a pale vampire doctor for the upcoming KBS drama “Blood.”” I had really high hopes for this show, but now, having seen the stills… I’m not so sure. I was really hoping for something along the lines of Thirst, –another great Korean vampire film, –though Blood will be a TV show…

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