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On Modern Vamps

I was a fan of the Anne Rice books until the movies ruined the stories for me.  The Lost Boys is certainly one of my big-screen guilty pleasures.  I’ve always been a big fan of Buffy, though I never followed Angel when he went to his own series.  But I never got into Twilight, either in print or on screen.

We got the movie on Netflix, but I couldn’t get through it without falling asleep.  Spinner has the book, trying to read it this summer to prove his affinity for masochism better bond with his 10-year-old charges, but I’ve got no interest.

But my otherwise pathetic Monday was made when Mikerzz posted this video.

Kill the boring vamp! Spike him Buffy, spike him now!

Chuck posted this on Monday, June 29, 2009 at  3:14 pm.   2 comments have been made. Join them. 

2 Responses to “On Modern Vamps”

  1. Greg says:

    I recommend “Let the Right One In” by John Aljvide Lindqvist for a good vampire tale. My partner just started “The Strain” by Guillermo del Toro and says it’s good so far, too.

  2. TJ says:

    i agree chuck, lost boys was fantastic. and filmed at the santa cruz boardwalk (where i spent half my childhood) didn’t hurt!

    understand you were hoping for a roddick victory at wilbedon today. he came painfully close, eh? great match though.

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