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Dracula: The Series

The Dracula legend has been redone a hundred times over and in 1990 the Prince of Darkness returned to us in Dracula: The Series. Dracula: The Series is the tale of Maximilian (please, just Max)Townsend (played by Jacob Tierney) and his family and their quest to destroy the evil Count Dracula who is living… um,…Continue readingDracula: The Series

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Nadja: A review

I love the vampire story and make an attempt to see almost everything worth seeing.  One rare film I had missed was Nadja, a 1994 film produced by David Lynch. Nadja feels like something out of the 1960s with Warhol and Sedgwick.  It’s hip.  It’s haunting.  It’s an arthouse film style in black and white…Continue readingNadja: A review

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The Children of Judas

How about we mix together a pinch of vampire lore with a dash of Jesus and a handful of evil. You know what you get? Read on and see… Religion and vampires clashing isn’t anything new of course, so an incredibly evil and vicious clan of vampires called the Children of Judas shouldn’t be too…Continue readingThe Children of Judas

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The Four Best Vampire Animes

Hellsing – Hellsing actually follows Dracula, –er, Alucard, and a descendant of the original van Helsing, who formed the Hellsing Organization, which kills and controls the vampire population. How? Well, because the latest in the Hellsing line is a hardcore, cold female who keeps Alucard on a short leash, and turns him out as an…Continue readingThe Four Best Vampire Animes

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The Hottest Vampire Costumes

Before we even get into the whole vampire costume craze, I’d like to knock down some of the crap you expect to find here. First off, I’m not here to post a massive list of post-adolescent silicone Barbies dressed in skin-tight, barely there costumes. Vampires typically wear a little more than lingerie; they need to,…Continue readingThe Hottest Vampire Costumes

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The Terrifying Lost Journal

Vampyre: The Terrifying Lost Journal of Dr. Cornelius Van Helsing is an older book but totally worth mentioning. While the intended age group is 9-12 year olds it is most definitely a book for kids, teens and even adults. Since most book love is directed at adult-intended, more serious books, I thought it was about…Continue readingThe Terrifying Lost Journal