Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Prowl, more vampire diaries, Fevre Dream

Vampire Cafe spotted this Transylmania DVD info.

Dread Central has some webclips and a teaser of episode 19 of Vampire Diaries here.

Vampire cafe spotted this article on the veiny vampire eyes from Vampire Diaries here.

Vampire Cafe spotted news of a new vampire comic release... Fevre Dream will be a 10 issue series.

It is 1857, and Abner Marsh is a remarkably ugly man — but the best steamboat man on the river. When the pale Joshua approaches him with a partnership and enough money to build the boat of his dreams, it seems too good to be true. But Joshua is a mystery of a partner, a man who keeps strange hours and stranger friends. It’s only a matter of time before Abner begins to wonder where the FEVRE DREAM is heading, and if it may turn out to be a nightmare, after all. Each issue of this stunning full-color epic is illustrated by Rafa Lopez, an artist whose skilled line captures every moonlit drop of blood in delicious detail. Adapted by the Hugo-nominated author Daniel Abraham, this version of FEVRE DREAM stays faithful to Martin’s original dark vision, while bringing the torture and joy of his vampires to almost-human life.

One final spot by Deaana over at Vampire Cafe today... news that the Eclipse soundtrack will be out June 8th.

Shocktilyoudrop has news that Being Human will be out in the states on dvd July 20th

BloodyDisgusting has the poster for what looks like being a vamp film... Prowl. (Thanks to Taliesin for this)

From the official (after dark) site: Prowl: This is the first one we shot and director Patrik Syverson is great and super-talented. I like the movie. If you saw Rovdyr (Manhunt), it's got a European feel to it. Here he's created a vampire subculture that we haven't seen before. He did it in a raw, European style. It's not glitzy and overdone. He threw in a nice twist. It turned out very well and I like it because it's different than the other seven films."

One for vampire anime fans... "How to Seduce a vampire" is reviewed here.

There is more on the X-Men / Vampire comic series on the way here.

There is an interview with Seth-Grahame Smith here, the man behind Abraham Lincoln : Vampire hunter, where he talks about the proposed film version.

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