Thanks to Nola.com for the heads up. Candice Accola fans, if you happen to live in the New Orléans area, the Prytania Theater will be playing one of Candice’s old films from 2008 titled “Dead Girl.” The theater will play the film on Friday, January 6th to Saturday, January 7th at 12 Midnight.
Prytania Theatre Midnite Movies Series 5339 Prytania St., 891.2787. This week: the 2008 horror film “Deadgirl” (midnight Friday), in which two high school boys discover an imprisoned woman in an abandoned mental asylum who cannot die. Shiloh Fernandez, Noah Segan and Candice Accola star. Tickets are $10 for adults, $9 for college students, and $8 for children and seniors.
If you are planning to go, enjoy
Buzz Focus has the scoop with the producers of Syfy Network television series “Being Human” and what to expect with the characters.
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Paranormal Pop Culture spoke to the Being Human star Sam Witwer about his role in AMC’s television series “The Waking Dead” and what he thought about executive producer Frank Darabont firing.
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USA Today has the excerpt of the prologue of “City of Lost Souls” by Cassandra Clare.
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Bloody Disgusting writer Big J recently spoken to Shinku writer Ron Marz about the comic.
Shinku is the epic story of one samurai’s war against a clan of vampires, as she tries to eradicate every last blood-sucker on the planet. The solicitations for this book summarized it best with, “If you’re looking for vampires that sparkle … this ain’t it.” Shinku is a vampire story with balls and it brings back the gritty, stomach turning horror that has been missing from other vampire titles on shelves.
Tell us about where the idea for Shinku originated?
RM: In all honesty, the seed of the idea came from a Vampirella story I was going to pitch years ago about Vampirella teaming up a Japanese vampire hunter. That story never even got pitched because the editor I wanted to work with left the company. So the concept went back into the slush pile in my brain, and eventually came out again as this samurai/vampire hunter story … sans Vampirella, obviously.
With the success of Twilight, True Blood, and 30 Days of Night the market for vampires is at an all-time high and oversaturated. How is Shinku different from your run-of-the-mill vampire romance story?
RM: Well, for starters, Shinku doesn’t suck like Twilight does. Obviously I’m being a little flippant here, but Shinku is me telling my version of a vampire story. The general Shinku concept was in place long before Twilight became a thing, or True Blood hit HBO. I was actually a little reticent to do Shinku now just because there’s such a vampire surge at the moment, and you never want to seem like you’re jumping on the bandwagon. But Shinku is in a lot of ways the anti-Twilight because our vampires are most definitely monsters who prey upon humanity, rather than cuddling with them. If anything, Shinku puts vampires back in the roll of unapologetic bad guys.
Read more of the interview here
US Weekly Magazine has just posted the new ad for Ashley Greene‘s DKNY Spring 2012 Ad. US Weekly also chatted with the Twilight star about her favorite shoe design.
“I love wedges right now,” the star told Us Weekly in NYC December 22. “They’re really comfortable and, especially when you’re running around New York, it’s nice to have a shoe that you can walk in.”
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ISF (Ian Somerhalder Foundation) just posted another video of the “Empoweresque” Event last year. Check out the video below:
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TV Guide has a major scoop on who will leave Mystic Falls.
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