Dr. Tomas Ganz, a Distinguished Professor of Medicine and Pathology at UCLA, discusses blood-drinking with an actual sanguinarian.
Why did VampCon get rescheduled so close to the day it was supposed to happen?
Featuring a slew of special guests, VampCon promises to be something you can sink your teeth into.
We continue our discussion with Dr. Tomas Ganz about the health effects of drinking blood.
The third International Vampire Film and Arts Festival is scheduled for June 7–10, 2018. We asked the event’s founder, Craig Hooper, about the event and why it’s seeking funding through Kickstarter.
Poet, vocalist, professor, workshop facilitator, activist—Gina Loring is also Blacula’s Child.
The Transylvanian Society of Dracula recently celebrated its 25th anniversary—but there have been some major shake-ups in the last several months.
Between 1984 and 1990, John L. Vellutini published the “Journal of Vampirology”—then seemingly disappeared off the face of the earth. But we’ve managed to track him down for a chat.
Dr. Tomas Ganz, a noted physician, has had some interesting things to say about sanguinarianism. Erin Chapman sought him out for further elaboration.
On Nov. 19, 2015, Vamped scored one of its biggest exclusives yet: a live Q & A session with Juliet Landau, star of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and co-director of upcoming vampire documentary, “A Place Among the Undead”!