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Aug 7, 2013

Who Played The Best Vampire Lestat

1Over the years there has been tons of art pieces that portray the character Lestat de Lioncourt, which was first created by the talented, Anne Rice, in her books “The Vampire Chronicles.” For those that have watched the movies “Interview With A Vampire” and “Queen of the Damned” have seen both Tom Cruise and Stuart Townsend play the part of Lestat making it their own. Each person has their own opinion of Lestat should look and act but the one thing that is factual is that both of these talented stars help to bring the character alive. In “Interview With a Vampire” the movie was brought to life by Lestat being portrayed as the stone cold Tom Cruise while showing his rocker side in “Queen of the Damned” in which the Lestat role is played by Stuart Townsend. Who was your favorite Lestat and why? Comment below for your chance to win custom gear!

Jun 29, 2013

Upcoming Vampire TV Shows & Movies

best-new-vampire-movies-tv-series-2013-4-the-originalsFor all of the Vampire Diaries fans out there the spin off series “Originals” will soon be making their debut later on this year in October. The show will feature the original vampires including Klaus, Elijah, Rebekah, Sophie, Camille, Marcel and Diego are just a few of the many characters that we will see as the series progresses. This is a must see and we are sure that the mischief that Klaus has caused over the years will eventually catch up to him as he attempts to take back over the city and control from Marcel. How is it possible that a vampire can impregnate someone and what will baby Klaus be like? Oh wait, he isn’t just any ordinary vampire but a hybrid. What does this mean for the future vampires? We will just have to wait and see. The show will be shown on Tuesdays directly before Super Natural.  Make sure to add it to your calenders because I know that everyone at is exciting to see how things pan out for Klaus and his family.


bram stokers dracula tv seriesAnother upcoming Vampire TV Show is the Bram Stokers: Dracula. Dracula will pose as an American entrepreneur that wants to help introduce modern science to the beautiful Victorian England. In reality, he wants revenge on the many individuals that caused him some kind of pain or hardship centuries earlier. Everything is working out just the way he plans until he falls madly in love with a female that appears to be his wife reincarnated even though she has been dead for years. This show stars Jessica De Gouw, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Thomas Kretschmann and Oliver Jackson-Cohen which will hit the TV later on this year. If you are a fan of the original Bram Stokers: Dracula then this TV show is a must see. NBC is definitely doing it right by adding what is said to be a great show to the lineup. We will be doing weekly reviews once the show starts.


byzantium-12Now for those movie buffs there are a few new vampire movies that will be making their debut in the near future including Byzantium which is set to June28th. This movie follows two young women that are seeking refuge in a run-down coastal resort. Eleanor and Clara befriend Frank and Noel in hopes of finding shelter that will keep them safe from the trouble that is following them. The girls fail to mention to the 2 guys is that they are actually over 200 years old and that their past is now catching up with them and with it will bring deathly consequences. Starring Gemma Arterton, Saoirse Ronan, Daniel Mays and Caleb Landry Jones and s, this thriller of mystical forces, romance and age old trouble is sure to be another vampire classic. We are definitely excited to see the movie and will be adding our thoughts of course once we watch it.


Only Lovers Left Alive is another upcoming vampire movie that is set to be released in December of this year. The movie follows 2 century old lovers that tend to fall back into love after neither of their lives seem to be going anywhere so if you are looking for a vampire romantic movie this Russian movie may be just what you are looking for.

Jun 16, 2013

Movie of The Week, The Lost Boys

lostboysHere at we love everything vampire including movies so we have decided to choose a new movie each week to do a small review on. Our pick for this week is The Lost Boys movie which was a 1987 classic. This movie has a simple but action packed plot in which two brother’s move with their mom to a new town where things really aren’t what they seem. What seems as a picture perfect boyfriend for their mom and older brother Michael’s new friends things soon take a turn for the worse when its revealed that their city and soon to be step dad is actually vampires. For those that have not seen the movie are definitely missing out and should watch it as soon as possible. This truly is one of the best Vampire films ever made giving director Joel Schumacher and stars such as Jason Patric (Michael), Corey Haim (Sam), Barnard Hughes (Grandpa),  Corey Felderman (Edgar Frog), Billy Wirth (Dwayne), Edward Herrmann (Max) and many others on our top list of classic vampire stars. What do you think of The Lost Boys?

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