Vamped underwent one of its biggest changes today—a complete redesign.
We’re taking the opportunity to welcome Vamped’s newest recruit: vampire film and book reviewer, Andy Boylan. Best known for his blog “Taliesin Meets the Vampires,” Andy will write reviews for us not covered on his blog.
Officially launched on Jan. 20, 2014, “Vamped” reached 200,000 views on Aug. 18, 2015. We would like to thank all our fans and readers and hope that as “Vamped” grows, you will follow us along our journey.
Vamped’s Co-administrator, Erin Chapman, took advanced of a special deal to spur on Vamped’s new direction. All will be revealed soon. What was the deal? What did she get? What new direction? Read on to find out more!
Welcome to the fifth installment of “Monthly Digests”! What did you miss in December? The three faces of Dracula, Christmas treats, a book review, and the long-awaited sequel to one of our most popular articles! Read on!
Matthew E Banks’ review of Gary D. Rhodes’ recent publication, “Tod Browning’s Dracula” (2014). Rhodes is a School of Creative Arts lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast and a prolific Lugosi scholar. Should you buy it?
Vamped wishes you all a safe and Merry Christmas and happy holidays. We also have some special treats for all you good boys and girls — and the naughty ones, too. Find some last minute gift ideas and other goodies.
On Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, a “Blomberg” vampire killing kit sold for thousands at an auction. But it also seems people are slowly realising “antique” vampire killing kits are not as old as they’re supposed to be.
In Vamped’s first travel post, Erin Chapman details her visit to London: in search of vampires! Join her as she stops by the British Library and Highgate Cemetery. Pictures included for your viewing pleasure.
Tis the season to be…scary! Welcome to Vamped’s first Halloween post! We’ve got lots of goodies for you, from comies, cupcakes, make-up and martinis. Something for everyone to celebrate the spookiest night of the year!