Posts Tagged ‘Vampires’
by Phil on January 14th 2011 at 4:44 pm
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Blade is the scariest film I have ever seen. After seeing twilight, I assumed a broadly sympathetic, if sickly and cringe-worthy, view of vampires as a species. I can scarcely believe that only a few years prior, a group of film makers would produce something that shows my race with such vitriol and hatred, brutally murdered in a series of genocidal rampages purely for the so-called crime of feeding on human blood. However, in-spite of seeing my kin destroyed for entertainment, the thing that really annoyed me about this film was the lead character’s sword....
What woman doesn't want to date a vampire? Edward, Spike, Angel, Louis, Lestat and Count Dracula; we've all had vampire fantasies...Izzie from Twilightish.com has written a quick guideline in spotting, courting and dating a vampire. Of course, take this with humor. Although if you spot one, send him her way, would you? Spotting a Vampire Beware of 'dark and mysterious' vampire wannabe. Fakes are almost always incredibly needy. If his hands aren't corpse-cold, walk away. Vampires are older than they appear. The way they talk will hint of another time in a far away place. ampires often hang out with… read more »
by Emily on January 14th 2011 at 9:00 am
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To continue our juicy vampire related posts this week, Vale from TwilightPoison.com has written us a great article about the similarities and differences between two very popular franchises; True Blood and Twilight. Twilight and True Blood are the most popular franchises on TV and film we have seen in years. And that says a lot, considering there are a lot of good shows and films that circle around the vampire myths and legends, such as Vampire Diaries, Let Me In and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, a popular favorite despite being over in the early 2000's. Every single one of these… read more »
by Phil on January 12th 2011 at 4:58 pm
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Today, my morning began with an upbeat stroll and a visit to an Italian establishment that served coffee. Having collected some modern money as a fee for publishing my diary on Locatetv.com, I was keen to spend it on something exciting, so tried something called a “double-haselnut Latte with cream” after a waitress refused to dilute an espresso for me with half a pint of her own blood. Alas…this modern world is not as liberal as I first had hoped.
An hour and a trip to an “electronics shop” later, I was home with a “TV”, a “Sky box” and a “Blackberry”, which the shop assistant suggested I call the “Bat-berry”. I told the shop assistant that he wasn’t funny. I was encouraged to also buy a “Blue Ray”, but I declined on this front as I don’t eat sea-food...
Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Saga novels have taken over the world! Ok, maybe not the world, but they have certainly taken over the minds of many teenagers, vampire enthusiasts and "Twilight Moms" (and the odd 20-something LocateTV employee!) The epic love story of the human Bella, and her vampire boyfriend Edward, has spawned hundreds of fan sites dedicated to the story, the books, the films and the actors. LocateTV's good friends over at Spunk Ransom (don't worry, the title is explained!) have all the Robert Pattinson related information you could want! We quizzed site owner Kristin about day-to-day life running the… read more »