Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Vamps in Playboy, and Live Evil Trailer&Poster

Lets start with this tonight, spotted by Vampire Cafe - a little news of the film "Suck", which has picked up a distributor.

TORONTO -- Canadian indie distributor Alliance Films has picked up Rob Stefaniuk's vampire movie "Suck" ahead of its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Friday. Alliance Films picked up all Canadian rights to the rock 'n' roll adventure movie from sales agent Capri Vision. Stefaniuk's feature, produced by Robin Crumley, stars Jessica Pare, Dave Foley and Malcolm McDowell and features cameos by Alice Cooper and his daughter Calico, Iggy Pop, Henry Rollins, Moby, Alex Lifeson, Carole Pope and Dimitri Coats. The Toronto International Film Festival gets under way Thursday.

Something else spotted by Vampire Cafe - Vampires are going to be on the next cover of Playboy.

Dread Central has some news on "Live Evil" - Release details, the poster and the trailer.

Dread Central has also unearthed two clips from "Stake Land"

Newsarama has spotted a preview of the first 6 pags of new graphic novel "Harker"

Roy Thomas and Mike Mignola have released their graphic novel version of Bram Stoker's Dracula here.

I enjoyed reading this - Argonaut's "real vampires dont sparkle" piece.

The LATimes has a piece on the recent rise of the vampire in hollywood, centering on the upcoming Vampire Diaries.

oh my lord... it has been a while since i had some ridiculous piece of Twilight bandwagon crap to post... i actually think this beats the sparkling twilight sex toy or the downright creepy edward cullen shower curtain. Welcome to the world of... Twilight Corn Mazes. In an attempt to match that, we have yet more Twilight lipstick being released, here.

Feminism and the vampire novel - TheFWord gets stuck into the twilight series here.

Taliesin does a review of "Release" by Nicole Hadaway here


  1. Vampires on Playboy, oh wow. I don't know whether to say 'awesome' or 'overexposure'!

  2. Vampires in Playboy? Wonderful! What could once only be found in the pages of Bizarre or Girls & Corpses, now mainstream.

  3. HAHAHAHAH!!! A Twilight Corn Maze? LOL!!! That's rich!

  4. Gabrielle, imagine the sheer satisfaction of going over that with a combine harvester...

    Take this, sparklie corn-thing!