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Vampire (a.k.a. Demon Under Glass)

As a series of brutal murders sweep the city of Los Angeles police are on the search for a suspect. Nicknaming the perpetrator ‘Vlad‘ due to the fact that he drains his victims of blood the police are hoping to catch the fiend, putting an end to his reign of terror. ‘Vlad’ has particular tastes….

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True Blood Season 3 Episode 3

It Hurts Me Too Heya Truebies, time again for another True Blood recap, this week’s episode was a strange and disturbing one, so brace yourself. Sookie: The episode opens with Sookie shooting at the werewolf in her home and Eric jumping in front of the bullet in order to keep the wolf alive long enough…

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Vampires.com accepting blogger applications

Vampires.com is accepting blogger applications.  One (maybe two) of you should be passionate about vampires. Maybe you’re a horror movie aficionado, a real vampire, a walking folklore encyclopedia, or president of the True Blood fan club.  I want to hear from you.  An interest in werewolves, 70s horror films and grindhouse films is a plus….

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The Gates – “What Lies Beneath” Season 1 Episode 2

What Lies Beneath Vampires and Werewolves and Witches, Oh My!  Now we get to add a teenage Succubus (Andie Bates) — just starting to come into her role — to the cast of supers.  The investigation continues into the murder of the previous police chief.  The show promoted as “part Desperate Housewives, part True Blood”…

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Cordelia Chase

Cordelia, the stereotypical rich bitch, was born and raised in Sunnydale. She was a popular cheerleader in high school, the classic, snobby, arrogant cheerleader that always spoke her mind and put people down. Even though you wouldn’t expect someone like her to be part of the Scooby Gang, she was. When Buffy first moved to…

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Exclusive Interview with Elizabeth J. Kolodziej

Author Elizabeth J. Kolodziej is the brilliant woman behind the novel Vampyre Kisses. I had the joy of interviewing her on her book, her favorite vampires, music and more. Check it out: Can you tell us about your book Vampyre Kisses? Well, this story wasn’t something I finished in a couple of month. It actually…

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The House of Erebus

There are countless vampire movies out right now and even more coming, but even so we can’t forget about the greats from a few years ago, like Blade. The Blade trilogy was (and still is) badass, so today we’re giving it some love. One of my favorite things from the Blade flicks was the Vampire…

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‘The Vampire Diaries’ Season 2 News!

The last episode of The Vampire Diaries left us with a whole hell of a lot of questions. What will happen with Damon after the big kiss? What will happen to Jeremy? Is Tyler really a werewolf?! And on and on and on… LOTS of questions. Our answers won’t come until season two, which will…

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Review: Vampyre Kisses by Elizabeth J. Kolodziej

Book review time! Today’s book is Vampyre Kisses, the debut novel by Elizabeth J. Kolodziej. I’ll admit it, when I saw the book the first thought that crept into my head was “great, another cliché unoriginal vampire love story.” But boy was I wrong, so very very wrong. A few pages into reading I came…

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Spike: Shadow Puppets

It’s been some time now since the end of Angel season five and Spike has decided he’s had enough of teamwork, it’s high time he strike out on his own. After all, he is a champion. Setting up shop and a small apartment Spike seems to be enjoying the life of a freelancer, that is…

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Bauhaus plus Twilight News

In 1978 a group of friends in Northampton, England decided to get together and form a band. The group of friends consisted of a young guitarist named Daniel Ash and brothers David J (bass) and Kevin Haskins (drums). Before the band could be considered complete they needed to find a lead singer. It took some…

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A Chinese Tale of Terror

Today I bring you a vampire tale from G. Willoughby-Meade, a man that documented China’s folktales (like the Grimm brothers did in Europe) in his book, Chinese Ghouls and Goblins. Our terrifying tale begins with a man named Liu, who was a tutor staying at another’s residence far from his native home. He was granted…

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