Thursday, 4 June 2009

Sad news

Its a fairly quiet day on the news front, but this isnt what i wanted to see at the end of it. News that David Carradine has been found dead, the star of several vampire films, probably the best known of which was "Sundown", BBC has a piece here, but dozens of sites are running with the breaking story now.

Twilight stuff now... The HDroom has a piece on Dakota Fanning and her role as one of the Volturi in New Moon here. MTV once again has some more Twilight stuff...this time one of the Vampire Diaries stars saying how great Twilight is. has an interview with Michael Sheen, sho stars as Aro in New Moon here. has a long piece on Twilight and its fans here.

Thirst news now...the gore spattered vampire film will be on show in the US on the 31st July. Article is here, spotted by Vampire Cafe.

Vampire Diaries next...The CW source has an interview with Paul Wesley, one of the two vampire leads in the upcoming series here.

True Blood next... The Ohnotheydidnt blog has an interview with Ryan Kwanten (Jason Stackhouse) here. has a piece on Evan Rachel Wood, vampire queen in the next tru blood series here. AOL television has an interview with producer/writer Alan Ball on the upcoming Season II here. Vampire Cafe has spotted a preview of Episode one of true blood here...spoliers obviously!

Dread Central has an interview with Chuck Hogan, co author of The Strain.

Toonzone has this strange beastie..." Karin The Series" a tale of an un-vampire - she bites and injects blood to make people feel better. See, i knew Twilight would bring about something like

The American Chronicle has an interview with Norm Applegate, author of the "Blood Bar" vampire book. Fangtastic books also has an interview with the author here.

Blogcritics has a review of the "Blood Ties Season One" DVD set here. This was released at the start of June.

Newsarama has news of a new Castlevania game on the way here...set for 2010, featuring patrick stewart, i have read. E3 has some more detail.

Taliesin's review of the day is "Twelve" by Jasper Kent.

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