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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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Movie Review: OPEN GRAVE

A man awakens in a pit filled with dead bodies. He has no memory of who he is or how he got to be there. He gets out of the pit and finds his way to a nearby house, where he encounters other individuals who are likewise amnesiac. Annnnnd that’s all I really want to…

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Kuntilanak (2006) – Ridiculously Scary Indonesian Vampire Movie

“[Translated] Kuntilanak revolves around Samantha who inadvertently turned out to have the ability to call kuntilanak talent by singing ‘durmo’ sacred.” This trailer actually makes the movie look pretty damn scary. Maybe some of you will thing that makes me pitiful, but hey… it’s Asian horror. Which scares everyone. So boo. Anyway, for some reference information,…

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Books, Presents, Vampires Everywhere: It’s a Red Christmas!

Anthony and I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas Vamped style! Make sure to check out Twas the Night Before Christmas! Some great gift ideas, –even if they’re a bit late for some of the people you might have missed on your list, –accessories, oven mitts, bags, –and a very handy video…

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The Vampire Chronicles Reboot

Rumors are flying that Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles will be getting itself another movie. If you don’t know what the Vampire Chronicles are, well… where the hell have you been for the past 30+ years? (answer: not born) Anne Rice’s vampires only completely switched up how vampires were viewed and portrayed. They went from being…

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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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Top Vampire Dystopian Novels

With the huge success of The Hunger Games trilogy, dystopian novels have become a must-read for all the book lovers. We crave more dark, dreary and heartbreaking dystopian futures like in Katniss’ world, and you can get them Dear Readers – with vampires. There are quite a few impressive vampire dystopian novels out now and…

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Anne Rice’s ‘Tale of the Body Thief’ May be Coming to the Big Screen

It looks like the legendary vampire Lestat just might be returning to the big screen! Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Entertainment has optioned the rights to Anne Rice’s The Tale of the Body Thief, the fourth book in Rice’s best-selling series The Vampire Chronicles. The Brat Prince, Lestat, was first portrayed by Tom Cruise…

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The Economics of the Undead

How werewolves, silver bullets, and vampires impact small business marketing. Jennifer Fontaine, of Fontaine Marketing, does two things in this blog post deserving of comment. First off, she admits to being a fan of the TWILIGHT movies. For this she deserves our pity, not our scorn. And while it might be expected, and perhaps justified,…

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A Christmas Ghost Who is Not Jacob Marley

Also this ghost is not representative of Christmases past, present, or yet-to-come either. And unlike those literary ghosts given immortal life by Charles Dickens, this particular ghost might be real. Like, real-world real. The Cobden’s Hotel in Capel Curig, Wales is said to be haunted, by several ghosts, in fact. One of them specifically chooses…

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Slender Man Victim Speaks

Just in time for Halloween—which I’m sure is merely a coincidence—teenager Payton Leutner has chosen to speak about the attack wherein she was stabbed 19 times by two supposed friends who wanted to sacrifice her to the Slender Man. No, I don’t blame *her.* But I doubt it is a coincidence that ABC News chose…

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SUPERNATURAL meets SCOOBY-DOO.

When I was a kid, I remember one magical Saturday morning when there occurred a crossover between the Batman and Robin cartoon and Scooby-Doo. I was mesmerized. The Harlem Globetrotters had appeared in a Scooby episode, too, but I didn’t really know back then who the Globetrotters were, except that some of them had magical…

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