Greetings vampire fans! After over 3 1/2 years of researching, writing, and watching a whole lot of television, my book, Un-Dead TV, is finally in print!
Un-Dead TV: The Ultimate Guide to Vampire Television
Hey everyone, just a quick note about the most recent update. Many things have changed, including the look of the site and things that you as members can do within it. I'll post comments and answers to FAQs as I can think of them, but in the meantime, if you have any issues, please post them here and I'll respond accordingly. ;)
After an unexpected attack killed Vampire Prime David, his bondmate, wife and Queen Miranda was left physically and emotionally wounded. Rescued by Stella Maguire, a young witch who provided the unstable vampire with enough healing to prevent them both from being killed, Miranda must pick up the pieces and resume her duties as Queen of the South. With the assistance of Primes Deven and Jonathan, Miranda discovers she is stronger then anyone guessed which is good because she’ll need that strength and no small amount of cunning to trace those responsible for the ambush.
It's a decision that must have set Dracula spinning in his coffin. The studios that were once home to the famous Hammer Horror films are to be turned into a luxury housing development. The owner of Bray Studios in Berkshire says the iconic location is no longer viable for movie-making – and that he wants to put up to seven executive homes on the site.
If Dracula wrote the book on the modern vampire fiction, Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer's four Twilight books (and their five film adaptations) have given it an enormously unfaithful, enormously successful rewrite. Even before the release of Breaking Dawn--Part 2, the Twilight franchise had earned $2.5 billion dollars at the worldwide box-office, and Breaking Dawn--Part 2 is on track to make hundreds of millions more.
I was never fond of Mezco's "living dead dolls" line (a bit too creepy, even for my tastes), but now that a Dracula version is on the horizon, I've had a change of heart. Based on the Universal monster, this new doll looks like Bela Lugosi, if he were turned at about age ten.
Greetings, my long-suffering creatures of the night. THE FORUMS ARE BACK!
Let's be honest, Facebook has pretty much destroyed the concept of community, website-based forums, especially for genre sites. But after recently being contacted by an "old" member (as in "elder"), I got to thinking of the old days...and figured I'd resurrect the forums once again.
As you can see, there hasn't been much activity over the years, and perhaps these boards will continue to stagnate. But if you feel like popping by and posting a message, it would be great to hear from you.
In this sequel to ROBO VAMPIRE, martial-arts expert Alex (the fearless "Shadow Warrior") battles an army of blood thirsty vampires to stop a huge smuggling ring. He fights to destroy the operation, using all his mad warrior skills.
a.k.a. Devil's Dynamite, Robocop vs. Vampires
The who’s who of monsters are assembled to defend humanity against an even greater threat to them all. The idea is a sort of ‘Avengers’-style take on the classic monsters such as Dracula, Frankenstein’s creature, Mr. Hyde and others. (There are 10 in total; the “X” in the title is the Roman numeral.) Monster X is in development as of March 2013 from Ahmet Zappa's Monsterfoot Productions in collaboration with BenderSpink Productions (The Incredible Burt Wonderstone).
Medusa's Gaze and Vampire's Bite: The Science of Monsters by Matt Kaplan is a cheeky historical trip through many of the familiar monsters that go bump in the night. This book may be a bit light for the full-time scientist or cryptozoologist, but for readers wanting to know more about the history of monsters, it is an amusing read.