Anthony . . . set some conditions for writing [this review]. I wasn’t allowed to read any reviews, look it up on IMDB or blogs, or even peek at the comments section on YouTube posting. He wanted virgin eyes for this one!
The first “Salon du vampire” took place on December 4–5, 2010, and was fairly low-key. But it showed us the big interest many people had in the subject. It was held in a small bookshop called Le bal des ardents
The game begins in 1932 with you as the game’s titular namesake as she, a “dhampir” (a half vampire/half human) embarks on her first mission for a group of paranormal investigators known as The Brimstone Society.
For your amusement and as a little experiment for my own curiosity, I hunted through Apple’s App Store for any entertaining vampire goodness. Type in “vampires” and you get 1,639 apps to choose from . . . where to start?
On July 14, the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) issued a statement regarding the new trend-setting drinks. The CFDA is responsible for drafting and formulating laws, regulations, rules and policies.
It’s not everyday you read about a guy getting arrested for possessing a crossbow—as protection against vampires. My first thoughts . . . were: what’s up with this guy? Did Jack Crow retire and move to Sweden?
After wrapping the previous instalment, five songs didn’t seem enough . . . Before I continue with the list, I’ll discuss criticisms of the entries and the methodology I used for selecting them the first time
Did you know we’re on Pinterest? I created Vamped’s Pinterest account on January 22, but haven’t really done anything with it. Been too busy with other things . . . today, I decided to change that state of affairs.
I determined the most popular vampire songs through . . . typing “vampire” into YouTube and sorting the results by “view count” in the filter . . . apologies [for] “obliquely vampiric” or “allegedly vampiric” songs
Last week, a story went viral about a new vampire-themed café serving drinks in blood bags . . . in Benxi, Liaoning Province, China. Almost every major publication, vampire and horror-oriented website featured the story.