According to recent news coverage, Britain has more vampires than Transylvania; a claim originating from a report written by paranormal expert, Rev. Lionel Fanthorpe. We discuss his findings in this exclusive interview.
“American Horror Story,” season 4, premieres on FX, October 8. Rumours suggest Cher (yes, THE Cher) will make an appearance on the show—as a vampire! And there’s footage to prove it! Are the rumours true? Read on…
In 1994, ZZ Top released a music video featuring an actress now best-known for playing “crazies and weirdoes”—but she stars as the vampire in this one. Two years afterward, she got her big break in a cult classic.
Marita Crandle—owner Boutique du Vampyre—directed my attention to an interesting “website” discussing vampires in Alaska. Apparently, advances in “vampirology and technology” have allowed vampires to be caught on film.
Vampires don’t reflect in mirrors—that’s vampire lore 101. But is it accurate? Where did it come from? Andy Boylan briefly explores its appearance in books, TV and film—and discusses a clever twist twist on the trope.
Today, I made an important change to the site to facilitate better use. It’s something so simple, I wish it’d been done sooner. There’ll also be some other changes, which I’ve discussed inside. Looking forward to those.
This story may’ve popped up in your Facebook newsfeed: a Las Vegas Twilight fan marries a cardboard cut-out of the film series’ star, Robert Pattinson. Is this a joke? I decided to do some digging. Here’s what I found.
Pet Shop Boys—a synthpop band made up of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe—released a music video in 1988 called “Heart.” It stars lonesome a Nosferatu-like vampire: see if you can guess who played him. You’ll be surprised.
Marita Cradle, the proprietor of New Orleans’ popular shop, Boutique du Vampypre, gives “Vamped” another favourable review on her vlog, “VBITE.” She praises two particular articles—and displays a familiar drink.
“This random guy from England had his own blog, featuring a colossal amount of film reviews and the bonus was they were about vampires! I had never seen such a selection covering all genres no matter how obscure.”