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5 Scenes on ‘The Vampire Diaries’ That Should Have Won Nina Dobrev An Emmy

Liz and Lindi of TeamTSD count down Nina Dobrev’s five best performances on The CW Network’s ‘The Vampire Diaries’. There are a couple on here I agree were very good, and then the rest I am 100% on board with; #4 on the list, for example, in Season 2 Episode 9,  when there’s a flashback…

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John Williams is Building a Bigger Budget Vampire Movie

JOHN Williams produced his first film on a budget of just £7.50 – his next will cost around £30,000. John took the leading role in the Zombie Chronicles, a 20-minute horror short,… That’s basically around $15.00 in USD, –the next film will take considerably more cash, almost $45,000 USD is the next budget he’s working…

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Carol Gill Discusses Lilith & Vampire History

“The legend of Lilith appears in ancient mythology as Lilitu (Babylonian and Assyrian).” Carol Gill’s writing is one of my guilty pleasures; I actually follow her blog with some interest: her books at first, appear almost entirely to be the sort of vampire romance garbage pumped out by the metric F*ckton by Amazon’s publishing services….

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Nina Dobrev & Michael Trevino Are Both Officially Leaving The Vampire Diaries

“Bad news, guys. The rumors of Nina Dobrev leaving The Vampire Diaries appear to be true…” Unfortunately guys, this is not an April Fool’s joke; the Vampire Diaries star, Nina Dobrev, is leaving: season six is her last bit of time on the show, and no more Elena. So… does that mean she dies? We’ll…

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‘The Crucible': New Map Added to Vampire Game ‘Nosgoth’

“The Crucible is the one of the latest additions to the free-to-play game Nosgoth. Nosgoth is a free-to-play game that is currently in open beta on [S]team…” And if you’re thinking, “Ugh, god, not another cheap vampire RPG, booooring…” stop complaining: the game was published by Square Enix, and typically, they don’t attach their names…

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Will Bonnie and Damon End Up Together on ‘The Vampire Diaries’?

A new theory suggests that Bonnie (played by actress Kat Graham) and Damon (played by Ian Somerhalder) will be on the road to becoming even closer than they were after their time in the prison world. I wish they would; for one season, for HALF of one season, I just want to see a small…

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Aversion to Psychic Vampire Techniques vs. Discrimination Against Others: Success at the Cost of Those Around You?

Is there a vampire in your office, or in your life? I have seen a lot lately, against psychic vampires; a lot of tips and tricks, and techniques to avoid these individuals. I have seen very little in the way of coping with them or working with them; for example, in a professional setting, have…

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My Recipe Journey: Vampire Cookies!

“This is a butter cookie filled with your choice of any red jam.”   I don’t think I’ve ever attempted a jam filled, –or anything filled, cookie before. I always worry I’m going to destroy the really delicate stuff. I have however, tried to make a butter cookie before, and it didn’t come out right….

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A List of Every Vampire Movie Ever Made?

“This Vampire movies list can be sorted by cast, year, director or more. Below is a complete list of all the Vampire movies ever made….”   There are only 196? It seems like there should be more. Really…? Only 196 vampire movies made… ever? I have to be honest, there are plenty of movies I’ve…

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Stills From Vampire Drama ‘Orange Marmalade’ with Lee Jong Hyun

“CNBLUE‘s Lee Jong Hyun is staging a comeback as an actor in KBS‘s new drama “Orange Marmalade.”” The new vampire drama, Orange Marmalade is based on the manga of the same name, –if you’re interesting in reading it, there are multiple manga libraries online. Just Google it, and you can find a few different sites that…

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David Campton’s “Carmilla”

Several play versions of Joseph Sheridan LeFanu‘s classic novella exist, from the Wildclaw Theater‘s grand guignol adaptation to recent musical in development and even one penned by yours truly.  There’s one particular version that has seen several different productions in the United Kingdom since its premiere in the 1970s–that of David Campton (who also wrote…

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Vampire Stage Production ‘Cuddles’ Announces Its Spring Tour

“Cuddles is a new play from the creative team that presented The Sluts Of Sutton Drive.”   Humans and vampires have a long history of not getting along very well together; in this play there’s Eve, a teenage vampire who has never seen sunlight, and never left her bedroom. Her sister Tabby has been her…

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