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Blood Therapy: Doctors Use Blood To Make You Look Younger?

We all know that doctors use blood to save lives, but did you know that it can now be used to make you look younger… like a vampire? There’s this new procedure that it is utilizing a patient’s own blood to produce a mixture that stimulates collagen production, which results in fresh young looking skin….

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The Fearless Vampire Killers

The Fearless Vampire Killers, or Dance of the Vampires (1967) Written (shared credit) and directed by Roman Polanski Summary by Nadia Bryden The movie is old-style cinema, with exaggerated movements and traits of characters and slapstick comedy—main characters Professor Abronsius and his young assistant Alfred are hopelessly clumsy. The actors’ thick accents take a little…

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the Ultimate Undead Celebration

An exciting special issue of SFX — Vampires / the Ultimate Undead Celebration — goes on sale today, May 28th in the UK. We’ll probably get our copies here in the States in the next few weeks. The magazine features a huge amount of coverage of vampire movies, TV, books and comics, both old and…

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Latino/Spanglish Vampire Movie: Vampiro 2009

This is probably the single most amazing, -and hilarious, movie, I’ve seen all year. You rarely see Latino vampires, and no, of course I didn’t forget From Dusk til Dawn, but this is different. This is a Latino b-vampire-movie. ‘Vampiro’ is Senor Casanova, half-vampire, half-human; so basically, he’s the Latino answer to the ‘Blade’ franchise….

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Fangtastic Books Coming Soon To A Store Near You!

If you’ve been to the book store recently you may have noticed that vampires have taken over the shelves (and possibly the world), but it doesn’t stop there, more fang-filled books are on the way! Here’s a peek at a few of them: Fat Vampire: A Never Coming of Age Story by Adam Rex About…

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Vampire Diaries Season 2 Secrets & More

Did you know that Paul Wesley, the character that plays Stefan Salvatore, actually auditioned to play Damon Salvatore a few times before he was assigned to the Stefan Salvatore character? That means that someone had to have looked at him and said at some point, “Nah, this guy has a soft side.” Awww, poor guy….

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Vampire Restaurants

Good evening my sweets. Somewhere around the world, a dinner bell is ringing. Gather your covens around the bloody coffin and listen (read, rather) to what I dug-up about vampire-themed restaurants. Vampire Café- Located in the Ginza section of great Tokyo, this extravagant vampire-themed place offers well, all things vampire! Diners and Dracula enthusiasts alike…

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Vampires.Com Salutes Vincent Price and Christopher Lee Part Two

Welcome back to our special Vincent Price, Christopher Lee double feature. In part one we focused on the life and career of Vincent Price. We now salute Count Dracula himself, Christopher Lee. Christopher Lee was born in Belgravia, Westminster, England and made his movie debut in 1947 in the film Corridor of Mirrors. He began…

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Vampires.Com Salutes Vincent Price and Christopher Lee Part One

Today we take time to salute two of the horror genre’s finest actors, Vincent Price and Christopher Lee. Now, if you do not recognize the names Vincent Price and Christopher Lee there may be some very good reasons. One, you’ve never seen a horror movie before and two, you have been living in a cave…

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Man Tells Cops He’s a Vampire

You vampire fans hungry for a bit of bizarre news? Well here you go – A man from Royal Oak, Ohio was found staggering outside Drug Mart at 3 a.m. Saturday and he wasn’t looking to shop, he was looking for blood. 21-year-old Andrew Whiteman of Royal Oak told Lorain County sheriff’s deputies he was…

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Vampires Have Invaded Fiverr!

Fiverr is a new site that can basically be summed up with well, … five words: “The things people do for $5” –the symbol and number doesn’t count as a word. When we searched vampire related tasks, there was a huge list of vampire theme tasks and products and services offered by people for $5….

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The Richmond Vampire

It was a rainy day in Richmond, Virginia when the urban legend of The Richmond Vampire was born. If you live in the area then you already know the tale, if not… On October 2, 1925 C&O locomotive #231, operated by engineer, Tom Mason, was heading into Richmond to pass through Church Hill Tunnel. The…

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