That’s right dear readers, Tom Cruise is looking to come back to the vampire movie world, but this time around he won’t be playing a vampire – now he’ll be killing them. Universal Pictures just might be making yet another Van Helsing flick, and the big rumor is that Tom Cruise is involved. It’s said…Continue readingVampire Hunter Tom Cruise
The iPad, latest menstrual convenience concocted by Satan’s vessel, known popularly as ‘Steve Jobs’, is good for a few things, and as it happens, one of them is a constant barrage of high def games. And the anti-Mac people are thinking “Games can actually be played on a Mac?”, –the answer is yes. And although…Continue readingVampire Origins HD for the iPad
Do you ever wish that your teachers would let you read Twilight instead of Hamlet, or The Vampire Lestat instead of The Crucible, or maybe even Dracula instead of The Scarlet Letter? Well, coming this fall the University of Hertfordshire will let you do just that. That’s right, this UK school is offering courses in…Continue readingUniversity Offers Course in Vampiric Literature
The quiet and mellow Oz was yet another awesome character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He had this detached and semi-apathetic outlook on life, which made him highly entertaining (he has some of the best one-liners in the show). Oz was not only a member of the Scooby Gang, but he was also the guitarist…Continue readingBuffy the Vampire Slayer: Daniel “Oz” Osbourne
Hitting the Ground This episode left me feeling a little less than satisfied, and even slightly disappointed in Allen Ball. Everything started out good; Sookie splatters Lorena, they all pile into Alcide’s cargo truck, and head off into the sunset. Except Bill almost kills Sookie. This isn’t the anti-climax, though. Everything is pretty exciting, up…Continue readingTrue Blood Season 1 Episode 7
There may be a handful of new vampire movies being released every month, but we can’t forget about those old school vamp flicks. So it is film flashback time, and today’s vamptastic film is Dracula’s Daughter. Dracula’s Daughter is a 1936 vampire horror movie that was a sequel to the 1931 film Dracula; it was…Continue readingFilm Flashback: Dracula’s Daughter
GetGlue is a new and incredibly addictive social network for entertainment. They have more than 4.5 million unique ratings and check-ins for TV shows, movies, music and books every month. If you sign up on GetGlue you get to rate the things that you like, check out recommendations and earn fun rewards. Something that’s really…Continue readingGetGlue Offering True Blood Stickers
With vampires being so wildly popular nowadays there is a huge increase in vampire shows, movies, books and of course, video games. The problem with the video games is that very few of them are big console games, nearly all of them are either free and low quality browser games or cheap PC games directed…Continue readingTibor: Tale of a Kind Vampire
If any Twilight fans happen to be in the Toronto area this weekend you might want to head over to the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel for the first ever Ontario Twilight Convention. Special guests of the convention include Chaske Spencer (Sam Uley) appearing Saturday and Sunday for photo ops and autographs as well as on…Continue readingToronto Hosts Twilight Convention This Weekend
Anne Rice wrote on her FaceBook page on Wednesday (July 28th) that she had decided she no longer considered herself a Christian. The writer of the classic Vampire Chronicles including Interview With the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat and Queen of the Damned had this to say: For those who care, and I understand if you…Continue readingAnne Rice Leaves Christianity
Apparently trashy party girl Ke$ha has a song about vampires. Yup, the singer wrote on her Twitter that her new single “Take It Off” is about a vampire party. “guys!!!!!!!!!!!!! new single “take it off” is out….. its about vampire party sweet ass fun times …. and gettin nekked. win. win,” the grammar challenged singer…Continue readingKe$ha’s New Single About Vampires?
The Vampire Diaries’ San Diego Comic Con 2010 panel was packed full of fans dying for a glimpse of their favorite stars and some season 2 news. Nina Dobrev (Elena), Ian Somerdale (Damon), Paul Wesley (Stefan), Michael Trevino (Tyler), Steven R. McQueen (Jeremy) and Matthew Davis (Alaric) joined the executive producers of the show to…Continue readingComic Con 2010: ‘Vampire Diaries’ Season 2 News!