On October 22, 2014, two 19th century vampire killing kits sold at an auction for thousands of dollars. It’s a story you’ve probably heard many times before. But the trade must stop. Here’s 6 reasons why it needs to.
Month: October 2014
Book Review—Prince Lestat
It has been 11 years since the last instalment in Anne Rice’s popular “Vampire Chronicles.” The latest, “Prince Lestat,” will be released shortly, but how does it compare to the previous editions? Andy Boylan reviews.
Dracula as You’ve Never Seen Her Before!
Radio horror host, Chris Denmead, has an interesting project in the pipleline he’d like you to fund: a Dracula sex change. What if Stoker’s characters had their genders swapped? That’s the idea behind Denmead’s film idea.
Interview with Charles Runels, Vampire Facelift Inventor
Remember Kim Kardashian’s “Vampire Facial”? The procedure was pioneered by Charles Runels, an Alabama-based doctor and founder of the American Cosmetic Cellular Medicine Association. Read more in this exclusive interview.
Kim Kardashian’s blood-spattered face made us all aware of the “Vampire Facial,” a strangely-named beauty procedure. In this special report, we look at its origins, rise and the man behind it—and question its resurgence.
Formatting Changes, Showcases and Photo Captions—Oh My!
Welcome to one of my pedantic blog posts, where I discuss various developments on “Vamped” you probably haven’t noticed. This time ’round, we’re looking at post formatting changes, our showcase appearance & more!
Monthly Digest: September 2014
Welcome to the second instalment of “Monthly Digest”! What did you miss in September? Apart from a major design overhaul, we also conducted interviews, covered music videos, Cher rumours and much more! Check it out!
Interview with Lauren Adkins, the Woman Who Married a Robert Pattinson Cardboard Cut-Out
Is Lauren Adkins the ultimate “Twilight” fan? On January 26, 2013, she married a Robert Pattinson cardboard cut-out and now refers to herself as Lauren Adkins Cullen. However, you’ll find there’s much more to her story.