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Madame Tussauds’ Immortalizes Twilight’s Robert Patterson

For those Twilight fans who are still mourning over the cancellation of this years TwiCon, Madame Tussauds’ has something for you that should be just as good. Madame Tussauds’, the world famous wax museum located in London England unveiled their newest waxwork yesterday, that of Twilight star Robert Patterson. The waxwork, estimated to have cost…

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THE VAMPIRE CHRONICLES Needs A New Director

Phooey. I don’t actually know just how much of a delay this will end up causing, how much of a problem it will end up being, but it for sure won’t get the upcoming series, based on the novels of Anne Rice, into production any sooner. Supposed-to-be-showrunner Bryan Fuller (having previously worked on AMERICAN GODS…

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Thoughts On WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS: THE TRIAL

I just watched it. I’m still grinning. Dave “Drax the Destroyer” Batista. The stars of the original WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS movie. Tilda Swinton. Wesley Snipes, getting that one last chance to portray Blade. And Paul freakin’ Reubens. Wow. Just wow. References to Keifer Sutherland, and Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. If they’d…

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WORLD WAR Z 2 Delayed Again

If you want an example of just how stupid Hollywood can be, and just how massively it can screw up, look no further than the THE HOBBIT movies. These were guaranteed blockbusters. There was no risk involved at all on the part of the studios. They KNEW these movies would succeed. Yet they couldn’t get…

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Doug Jones to portray NOSFERATU

If Mr. Jones doesn’t have a name that is immediately recognizable to all movie goers, like, say, a Tom Cruise or a Brad Pitt, chances are those people failing to do the recognizing have nonetheless seen Mr. Jones onscreen. (The geeks of the world, on the other hand, know exactly who he is, and started…

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Interview with the Vampire

Interview with the Vampire is a book by Anne Rice, which I’m sure all you vampire lovers know all too well. It was released on film in 1994, and has become one of the most well known vampire films of today. And it is a pretty spectacular film. It has the theme of the struggle…

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Rolling Stone Calls Marilyn Manson ‘The Vampire of the Hollywood Hood Hills’ And Basically Says It’s Okay to Start Listening to His Music Again…

Welcome to the middle age of Marilyn Manson: More gym, less absinthe – and his best album in years. Eh… to reiterate a phrase I use all the time on here, “I gotta be honest” (yeah, you guys think I don’t notice I say that all the time, but I totally do) –anyway, on this,…

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Exclusive Interview with R.M. Garcia

R.M. Garcia is the author of The Foundlings, a new vampire novel that tells the tale of unwanted vampires hiding from their own kind for fear of death. I was lucky enough to chat with him on his book and much more. Check it out. Can you tell us a little about your book The…

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The Top Ten Hottest Vampires Ever, Like, In the Whole Wide World…

“In celebration of the absurdity of vampire fiction, here are our Top 10 Most Handsome Vampires.” Fair enough, it’s true, vampire fiction has largely become a contest between young women who write terribly, to out-pussify the vampires in the world. So… the hottest vampires, counting down: 10. Lestat: Tom Cruise doesn’t do as much for…

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Enter The Red Cellar

So tempting to use the quote from Dracula, here. “Enter freely of your own will, and leave some of the happiness you bring.” (I guess I just did, didn’t I?) The Red Cellar is the title of this site maintained by my friend Alexia, who is a Sanguivore, a human who feels the need to…

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Review of Fluffy VS Vampirella

It takes little or no imagination to read the title Vampirella vs Fluffy the Vampire Slayer and get the gist of it. Two female icons of the undead genre meeting up. The stuff of fantasies, actually. In more ways that one. Just to let everyone know–the cover art conveys the quality of the actual comic…

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February Release: New Entry in the ‘Bloodlines’ Series ‘The Ruby Circle’ by Richelle Mead

“The JJJ Book Club can not stop reading books — and it’s the most wonderful problem to have…” The author of the Vampire Academy series has finally added another book to her long list of vampire fiction and romance contributions. I’m pitifully behind on my reading, but in my defense, a lot of books seem so similar…

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