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Monthly Digest: November 2014

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One big happy family: Interview with the Vampire (1994) was released on Nov. 11, 1994. L-R: Claudia (Kirsten Dunst), Louis (Brad Pitt) and Lestat (Tom Cruise). (Warner Bros./Fandango Groovers Movie Blog)

Nov. 1

Nov. 3

  • See all the goodies you missed in October in the third instalment of “Monthly Digest.”

Nov. 11

  • To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the cinematic release of Interview with the Vampire (1994), I discussed 20 things you might not know about the film.

Nov. 16

  • Erin Chapman discussed the vampire themes in her Aug. 29–30, 2014 visit to London.

Nov. 21

  • I discussed David Fisher’s Kickstarter project “Nosferatu — The Feature Film Remix,” a proposed remake of F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens (1922).

Nov. 22

  • Another “antique” vampire killing gets sold; the gullibility cycle continues. Except this time, the media’s starting to wise up to these kits.

Nov. 27

  • I discuss Sean Manchester’s attempt to censor this website and expose the seedy undercurrent of his online activities.

Nov. 30

Most Popular Post of the Month

Erin Chapman’s won the first three instalments, but this time someone else took the crown:

Yeeeaaaahhhhh! Gotcha Erin! To be fair, the article was originally Erin’s baby until I took over; she did most of the research. So I’ll share our non-existent award.

Written by Anthony Hogg

Anthony is Vamped's administrator and editor-in-chief. He is also a vampirologist, with particular interest in vampire folklore. He lives in Melbourne, Australia.

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  1. Damn it! Well, at least I lost to you. What if I don’t want to share the non-existent award Anthony? Just kidding 😛 And we still have to do the second instalment of that post. Don’t forget! 🙂

  2. Down the track, Erin! Down the track! And since you’ve been mentioning a post that broke records—which I didn’t think to mention in the post—it was MINE! Muahahaha! The Interview with the Vampire one.

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