Friday, 30 April 2010

New Dark Shadows material, BOLEYN-Tudor Vampire

The LATimes reports on Eclipse being a "Bloodbath for the Cullens"

Kevin Williamson talks about the season finale for Vampire Diaries here.

Vampire Cafe has a list of links for vampire Diaries episode 20 here.

Dread Central has some stills from Eclipse here.

Dread Central also has this news of Legosi Wines being launched.

Some new for fans of Dark Shadows here at Shocktilyoudrop - Jonathon Frid is returning to the role of Barnabas Collins by releasing an audio episode called The Night Whispers. There is a teaser available here.

news of a competition for the upcoming Bram Stoker Film Festival is below, details provided by organiser Michael McCarthy.

Due to our association with Hammer Films we've decided to have a bit of a competition. Design a piece of artwork based around the theme "Hammer Horror" or vampires (the two link together quite easily), designs can be photography, oil paintings, digital art, sculpture, anything! The winner will have his or her work shown at the festival as part of the Hammer exhibition as well as being awarded a full VIP pass for the four days. Send photos of your work to The competition starts from today and ends September 13th so get busy! Also we have a newly opened Twitter page so please follow us!;

News of a new live action TV movie on the way to Canadian channel teletoon - My Babysitter's a vampire

There is news that the rock musical "I kissed a vampire" is being made into a film here.

And finally tonight, some book news. BOLEYN-Tudor Vampire is on the way from Cinsearae with a 2 chapter preview and trailer here.

The slightest tweak in history makes all the difference its outcome…

Tudor England. It is during the reign of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. As her time in power nears an end, Anne is greatly disheartened by the false accusations of adultery, high treason and incest she is arrested for, and the cold-heartedness of her father for his lack of defense in her honor. Upon her death, she vows revenge on those who have wronged her, and the simple change of her death sentence from beheading to hanging grants her the opportunity to execute her wish on those who betrayed her.

Unknown forces of inconceivable dark magic abounds. Anne discovers she has risen from her grave because of her denouncement of God just moments before her hanging, and resurrects two others from their untimely, wrongful deaths--her brother, George, and her favorite court musician and dear friend, Mark Smeaton. This unlikely trio will drive Whitehall Palace to madness, bringing those closest to Anne to their knees, begging for mercy and forgiveness.

Once Anne executes her justice among those who failed her, the last and final question will be whether Anne will finally have peace, or find comfort in haunting England forever.

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