The restricted trailer for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter has plenty of vampires getting bloodily ripped apart, but surprisingly no sex or explicit language. More
Anyone else might be afraid of typecasting herself in only supernatural movies, but Chloe Moretz playing a zombie in Maggie (a father-daughter drama from the 2011 Black List) totally makes sense. More
Christopher Meloni seems to be bringing some of his Law & Order: SVU ridiculousness to his True Blood role, judging by this teaser: His super-old vampire Roman just comes off looking cheesy rather than powerful. More
Isakin Jonsson and Michelle Gustafsson are, sickeningly, perfect for each other: He beheaded and ate his former lover, and she stabbed a guy to death and then drank his blood. More
We know you don’t care about Kate Beckinsale‘s new vampire movie. So why not meet some vamps who are actually scary and powerful? Our gallery includes Night Watch and Fright Night. More
Last night/this morning at midnight, I joined Twilight fans in taking in the second-to-last movie, Breaking Dawn, Part 1. It’s the only book of the four that I’ve actually read, so I was armed with remembering all the details that we then saw dramatized. Overall, it was about as fun as any other Twilight experience: The dialogue was hilariously bad, the action was a bit bloodier (a plus), and the audience shrieked and whooped with the kind of passion that’s usually restrained just to straight horror movies.
I knew that the only way to properly judge the variously funny and shocking moments in Breaking Dawn was to break them down (there’s a pun in there, but I’m too exhausted) into what most affected people and what was merely cheesy. More
Did you guys ever watch Dark Shadows? I sure did. Dark Shadows remains, to this very day, the only soap opera that I have ever watched with any sort of regularity. Though it originally aired on ABC before I was born– its heyday was from 1966 to 1971– the Sci-Fi Channel (before it got all hoity-toity and started calling itself SyFy) used to show it regularly when I was a kid. Though part of the draw of the show was that it had been taped live, enabling eagle-eyed viewers to spot actors breaking character and laughing on occasion, its primary sell was its subject matter: It focused on the spooky and the supernatural. And guess what? Spooky and supernatural director Tim Burton is currently in the process of remaking Dark Shadows as a film! Even better, we’ve got first look photos of the film and its star– Johnny Depp, naturally– right here for your viewing pleasure! More
The photo dates back to 1870, so I’m going to guess he’s 181 years old, minimum. More
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You would’ve thought that Stephenie Meyer would give her characters a break, and that after finally letting Bella and Edward have sex, things would be relatively normal — right? Not a chance. More
The latest Vampire Diaries posters have elicited two very strong reactions from fans/people in the blogosphere: 1) Amusement at the play on “forbidden fruit”; 2) utter disgust at all the blood. And it is pretty gross. We get it — it’s a show about vampires, who subsist on humans’ blood. But they’re about a ton of other stuff, too: Super strength, sexy brooding guilt, wicked fangs and claws. Why don’t we see those in posters more often? More
IT’S SO TRUE. And I didn’t even realize it– until this video. I am now enlightened. You should join the enlightened ranks. Not only will you be a better person for it, but even more importantly, Saturday morning is a great time to rediscover your hidden ’80s/vampire/the Coreys/Keifer Sutherland/Jason Patric nostalgia. Amirite? More
Surprisingly enough, this didn’t happen in Florida. More