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Past and recent vampires as symbols of changing sexual mores

Over the centuries, the vampire has undergone radical changes. From the Count in Bram Stoker's 1897 novel to the alcoholic New Yorker Sam in the 1997 film Habit, the figure of the vampire has evolved with society.

Drawn to Vamps?

Vol. 1 No. 9
Death From The Sea!
Vol. 1 No. 8
My Prison Is Hell

The Vampire Shop: Bestselling Books

Fanged Films

USA, 1927
London After Midnight - original theatrical poster
Spain, 1969
Bloody Girl / Fangs of the Living Dead / Malenka la Risposta del Vampiro / Malenka the Vampire / Malenka, la Nipote del Vampiro / Malenka: la Sobrina del Vampiro / La Nipote del Vampiro / The Niece of the Vampire / The Vampire's Niece

Recommended Movies and TV

From the Library

After 'Twilight': Where Do Vampires in Pop Culture Go From Here?
If Dracula wrote the book on the modern vampire fiction, Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer's four Twilight books (and their five film adaptations) have given it an enormously unfaithful, enormously successful rewrite. Even before the release of Breaking Dawn--Part 2, the Twilight franchise had earned $2.5 billion dollars at the worldwide box-office, and Breaking Dawn--Part 2 is on track to make hundreds of millions more.

Making Custom Fangs & Purchasing Custom Fangs and Contact Lenses
Okay, here's how I make custom-fitted fangs. Everything I say here is my own personal preference for what seems to work; feel free to disregard anything or everything, and experiment on your own.

Vampire Evolution
The modern idea of the vampire is open to many different possibilities. What defines a vampire? And where did these traits come from?

VO News Archive

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April 12, 2007 (The Charlatan / Andrew Sztein) -- I don't know about you, but I was always under the impression that vampires preferred a warmer climate. Vampire lairs in movies are usually surrounded by lightning and rain, but snow? This didn't stop 34-year-old Brett Kelly, director of the cult-hit My Dead Girlfriend, from shooting his new horror opus, Kingdom of the Vampire, in his hometown of Ottawa.
Here are the winners and questions for the " Ask Kristen Bauer, Pam from True Blood a Question Contest". I was limited to 10 and tried to condense a few that were the same. I actually slid in an extra one hoping that she wouldn't mind so that there would be more of a range of questions for her to answer.I want to thank everyone who submitted questions and these are the winning questions and answers:
 Comic book artist Gene Colan, who during his nearly seven-decade career illustrated the adventures of such characters as Dracula, Batman, Daredevil and the wise-cracking Howard the Duck, has died in New York. He was 84. Colan died June 24 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx of complications from liver disease and cancer, said longtime friend and biographer Clifford Meth.In developing a style both subtle and emotional, Colan imbued his characters with a vitality that seemed to leap off the pages.

Review Archives

Dracula: The Company of Monsters
The basic premise of this book is "Dracula meets corporate America." But the thing about doing a comic book focused on corporate America is that there’s not always a lot of inherent excitement to be found with a bunch of guys in suits. Granted, The Company of Monsters isn’t just set in board rooms, but when I closed the book, I couldn’t help thinking: "Gee, not much actually happened."
Dead That Walk, The
The Dead That WalkReview by The Werewolf of London, submitted on 19-Jul-1991 Author:Halliwell, LeslieTitle: The Dead That WalkPublisher: Grafton Books, LondonDate: 1986
Vampire Tapestry, The
The Vampire TapestryReview by Alex, submitted on 19-Jun-1991 I just read The Vampire Tapestry by Suzy McKee Charnas. It was published by Tor books for the the first time in October of 1986. The Copyright is for 1980. I have been told by a book store owner that this book "started vampire thing". I hadn't really heard much about it.