Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Beyond the Rave limited edition from Hammer & much more

Now this is better, its been quiet for far too long on the news front! Get stuck in folks, lots to see below.

Vampire Cafe stuff first tonight. Ten VampireVacations is the piece, well worth a read for planning your hols!

The Cafe also has a bundle of Twilight bits and pieces around New Moon and the actors.

Vampire Cafe also has some news regarding True Blood Season III, and some of the roles that are to be filled.

Bloody Disgusting has news that "Dead Cert" has begun filming. Moviehouse Entertainment announced a new title for sale at next month's American Film Market. Starring Craig Fairbrass (White Noise 2) and Billy Murray (Doghouse), director Steve Lawson's Dead Cert, which follows a gang of tough London gangsters get more than they bargained for when a group of businessmen make an offer to buy their club, the Inferno. They turn out to be nothing less than Vampires wanting their land back and turn viciously on the gangsters when their demands are not met.

Bloody Disgusting also has some more footage of "New Moon" via Spike TV

Dread Central has news that "Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency" got off to a great start, selling out to distributors with its first issue.

This is undoubtedly the big news of the night. "Beyond the Rave" was a 2008 Hammer production, and they have released a limited edition on region 2 dvd. Full details are here at dread central.

Dread Central also has two new posters for New Moon here.

When did Dracula become a member of the Wussferatu? find out here.

A bit of blog news... the Vampire Vineyards site has been relaunched as a vampire community site, and Vampire News is happy to contribute. Head over to and check out the forum, store, videos and lots of other cool stuff.

ok, adults only bit here... kids, keep away! Vampires get Everywhere, as Taliesin likes to say...

And now this. A vampire pint of Guiness, sheer genius!

13 Days of Fright is worth a read... battle of the vampires, the sparklie ones or the badasses!

and finally... taliesin today reviews "The Creeps" from 1997

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