Saturday, 12 February 2011

HBO's True Blood Blog, I Am Legend, Innocence, Monster Love

VampireFilmNews spotted this poster for a film showing at a Berlin Film Festival here. The Irish Vampire Goes West. has news that L J Smith is no longer involved in the Vampire Diaries book series here. on to the TV series, and looks at epsiode 14 of Vampire Diaries here.

Vampire Cafe spotted some big news... HBO is launching an official True Blood blog, first post tonight!

Vampire cafe has some news on the Abraham Lincoln : Vampire Hunter film here. Seems Juaquin Phoenix has dropped out of the film.

Vampire Cafe spotted a couple of promo videos for Vampire Diaries #15 below.

BloodyDisgusting has some new film news... I Am Legend, a film set in WWII.

This is new film night!  Dread Central has news of another one, Innocence.

In this modern-gothic vampire story, a recently bereaved teenage girl finds herself the focus of everyone’s attention at her elitist private school where life is steeped in tradition and ceremony. As she deals with her mother’s death, her father’s new relationship and falls in love for the first time, she is blissfully unaware that the school is home to a house of vampires who have their sights firmly set on capturing her and making her the subject of a ritual virgin sacrifice.
As she struggles against time to uncover the truth, the vampires carefully close their net with those around her questioning whether or not she is losing her mind.

Shocktilyoudrop has the artwork for Bonnie & Clyde vs Dracula.

And yet more new film news!  Shocktilyoudrop has news of Monster Love, vampire fall sin love with a Werewolf... Romeo and Juliet with fangs, as the synopsis claims.

A werewolf and a vampire fall in love, igniting a war between their respective communities. It's ROMEO AND JULIET with fangs.

After PETE, a young dogwalker, gets dumped by his girlfriend, his slacker buddies convince him to run naked through the city park. As the moon rises, the boys laugh, howl, and transform... Later, a distraught young woman named MAGGIE is contemplating suicide when she’s surprised by an enormous wolf. She snarls, baring her vampire fangs. The wolf grins and barks: Let’s play!

After a fierce, exhilarating chase through the park, Maggie falls asleep with the wolf - and awakens in a naked young man’s arms. It’s Pete. And love at first sight.

Pete’s werewolf pals and Maggie’s upper-crust vampire clan are furious. And when some mangled bodies are discovered in the woods, Pete and Maggie must fight for their lives while grappling with the awful consequences of loving a monster.

Taliesin today reviews 42K, a 2001 film by Ken Daurio & Darren Doane.

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