I don't know why, but Dublin evokes quintessential Irish city life in my mind.
Whatever that means, since I've never been to Ireland before and "city life" isn't what most people associate with Ireland anyway. (Red-haired, hot-tempered, whiskey and Guinness drinkers with stories about Leprechauns who meet in the pub at
We're excited to publish this wonderful guest post courtesy of Steven P. Unger, the best-selling author of In the Footsteps of Dracula: A Personal Journey and Travel Guide.
I wrote this article on New Orleans as an homage to one of my favorite cities, one still fresh in my mind and
In January 2011 I wrote about a then-unreleased movie called Midnight Son that had come to my attention. I had lamented about the vampire genre being like vampires and refusing to die. However, judging by the trailer, this movie showed promise of offering something fresh.
I had forgotten about Midnight Son
At the beginning of last year, I wrote about a new vampire movie trying to be released called Midnight Son. One of the producers contacted me recently to let me know it had finally been released and where people could find it.
As per the email, I'm pleased to pass on
I don't know why people are so fascinated with vampires still. Just when I think the genre is surely going to die, nope. Along comes yet another film trying to put a fresh spin on it.
A new vampire movie that came to my attention recently via Twitter is Midnight Son.
Okay, thanks to an add on Facebook for Let Me In (which ended up leading me to another movie, Monsters) I have a double-feature Movie Monday post to share today.
LET ME IN
The Let Me In Facebook ad caught my eye because it reminded me of a pretty decent foreign horror
A PR person representing BBC America shared an inside look video about tonight's second season premier of Being Human.
I had never heard of the show, but this certainly caught my attention:
This witty yet terrifying series follows three twenty-something’s and their secret double-lives - as a werewolf, a vampire, and a