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.
As stated in my interview, “this site will soon be undergoing a major overhaul . . . I think our readers . . . will be suitably impressed by the changes we’ve got in store.” Now, it’s finally time to unveil that change.
We’re truly honoured by the favourable mention of our website on the August 28, 2014 edition of [Boutique du Vampyre owner] Marita Crandle’s nightly vlog, VBITE, “Vampire Business and Topics of Entertainment.”
I wanted to know whether [they] had any awareness of the distribution of the drink, in light of the CFDA’s crackdowns. Erin “wondered whether the product was being manufactured locally or imported from somewhere else”
Despite being dead 15 years prior the film’s cinematic debut, Adolf Hitler [rants] about the film’s Blu-Ray transfer, after he is informed of its problems with sound, grain and being “released in an aspect ratio of 2:1”.
I asked her if she’d seen it. “Nope,” she said . . . Someone who’d never seen the film [and] knew little about it. Of course—a chance for an unbiased review! Was I alone thinking it wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be?
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