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The Parents Television Council Attacks ‘The Vampire Diaries’

The Parents Television Council are at it yet again! They have moved on from bashing Glee and are now targeting our beloved Vampire Diaries. According to them, no one under the age of 18 should be watching this show… seriously. I feel a rant coming on! First off, lets take a look at what they…

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R.I.P. Jean Rollin

Jean Rollin died December 15, 2010. The event hardly made headlines, and in one sense that was logical as could be. How noticeable after all is the death of a seventy-two-year-old film director whose movies were invariably low-budget and barely distributed? Yet to vampire fans, Rollin had proved himself if not a giant, certainly a…

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Win a Copy of the Upcoming Game ‘Nightfall’

I’ve got some great news for all the vampire geeks out there! There’s a new deckbuilding game (think Magic: The Gathering) on the way and it features our favorite creatures of the night. The best part is that you can enter in to win a free copy! “The sun has retreated from the earth. It…

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Moonlight’s Favorite Vampire Myths

Every time I am interviewed by someone they ask, “What do you love most about vampires?” and my instant answer is always “the history.” I absolutely adore vampire history and folklore! I have spent years researching every word I can find on old vampire myths from around the world – it’s one of my many…

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Blood Ninja by Nick Lake

If you go on to Amazon.com and do a search for vampire graphic novels you get over 500 results. Over 500! So out of all those many comics which should you check out? Well according to folks all over the interwebs the graphic novel we should all be rushing to get is Blood Ninja by…

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Review: The Two Courts by Elle Peyarre

The Two Courts by Elle Peyarre is a dark erotic novel about a vampire princess who lives among a court of heartless and cruel vampires. Her entire life is spent dreaming of humans, being enchanted by them and wanting to find that one true romantic love she’s read about in human books. Instead, she finds…

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My Sucky Teen Romance

While scanning IMDB for upcoming vampire movies I eventually came across one that caught my eye, My Sucky Teen Romance, a teen comedy written, directed, and acted by teenagers. “In a culture that is currently overrun with romanticized vampires, it is up to four geeky teenagers to defend their friend and beloved sci-fi convention from…

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Johnny Depp Talks About ‘Dark Shadows’

Johnny Depp and Tim Burton have been developing an adaptation of the odd ’60s soap opera “Dark Shadows” and so far there hasn’t been much news on the big project. However, Depp and his collaboration team recently spoke on the film and what a difficult task it has been. “It’s one thing to adapt a…

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Carmilla on Stage

Browsing the website DeviantArt I came across photos by the lighting designer (http://dionysuspsi.deviantart.com/) of a Canadian high school production of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu’s “Carmilla.” Evidently, the set was minimalist (“a set of demented white ‘pillars’ that when put in the correct configuration form a closing hand”) while the destruction of the vampire in the…

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Man Attacks Teen & Claims He’s A Vampire

I’ve got another crazy-assed vampire news story for you folks. In Gasden, Alabama police say that a 20-year-old man who believes he is a vampire and goes by the nickname “Vamp” is accused of burning a “V” into a teenager’s forehead. Seriously, some idiot pretending to be a vampire branded a “V” into some poor…

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Strigoi movie

Vampire movies often take the form of fantasy fulfillment. The ultimate lover. The ultimate horror. The ultimate minority group. Somewhat rarer, more difficult to find are those movies that seek to explore what being an undead creature enslaved by a hunger for blood might actually be like. “Strigoi,” the 2009 movie from writer/director Faye Jackson…

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Exclusive Interview with Author Elle Peyarre

I was lucky enough to land an interview with Elle Peyarre, the author behind the naughty sexually-charged novel The Two Courts. If you’re sick of reading about blah vanilla vampires and looking for a hot erotic vampire tale then read on, The Two Courts may be perfect for you. Can you tell us a little…

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