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9 Vampire Hunters Not Named "Abraham"

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Opening this weekend is the bizarrely titled but conceptually interesting "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter". His notoriety instantaneously makes the 16th President of the United States the most famous vampire slayer amongst his peers. Though it remains to be seen whether or not the film itself can live up to some of the other impressive slayers, killers and purifiers in the realm of cinema vampire lore. So in case Mr. Lincoln doesn't satisfy your bloodlust, here are 9 Essential Vampire Hunter Films.


9. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Interview with a Vampire? Words with Michael Vampire of Vampires Everywhere!

Ready to take on the world as part of the Warped Tour, Vampires Everywhere wants you to know that this is not the same band that released their debut album "Kiss the Sun Goodbye." This is a new act, a better act, a stronger act, and they want to introduce you to their new lineup and new sound. Frontman and self-proclaimed vampire Michael Vampire sat down and talked VERY candidly about where his band was, where they are now, what it means to be a vampire, why people are attracted to vampirism, and naturally, "The Lost Boys." Read on:
M.DREW: So, you’re doing prep for the Warped Tour, how amped are you to go out on that?
MICHAEL VAMPIRE: Man, we’re super excited to be on Warped Tour. It’s an honor to have them invite us to play, so we’re really excited about it.
M.D: Who are you most excited to share the stage with?

Horror Headlines: Tuesday April 26th, 2011

Two new posters have hit the tubes for Kevin Smith's "Red State" and they're super trippy. One shows a some crazy ass redneck holding a shotgun and the other one shows Smith just after he ousted that fat kid on the internet as world record pizza roll eater. Oh I kid, it's an upside down church, which I assume has some sort of deep meaning. But serious, I bet Smith could school that kid at pizza roll eating.

It's got to be depressing for Joel Schumacher to still be referred to as "the guy who directed 'The Lost Boys" so I'd like to break the trend here. The "DC Cab" director, see what I did there, is set to take on "The Hive" which focuses on a 911 operator who has to take on a killer from her past in order to save the life of a little girl... he also directed "Batman & Robin" and that movie was unwatchable. FYI.

Looking to break away from his father's shadow Jack Osbourne is looking to create a horror film based on the songs of Black Sabbath, the band which was front by his famous father Ozzy. It's a sarcastic riddle, stick with me here. According to the loose details the movies will only feature the band's music and feature themes inspired by the songs, no actual band members will appear in the film. I assume it'll star his sister Kelly though, it would be insane not to highlight that talent.

Good news for fans of soft corn porn, production on "Piranha 3DD" has officially begun. Along with that a whole gang of cast members have been confirmed for the flick that takes the man eating fish to a water park. Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, Chris Zylka, David Koechner, Meagan Tandy, Paul James Jordan, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Hector Jimenez, Adrian Martinez, and Clu Gulager are all on board and while I don't recognize a single name there I'd bet money at least three of them have been a part of a filmed threeway.

In Real People News: 

I'm not say I want to be murdered but if my crazy stalker fan is out there who plans on kidnapping, torturing and then dumping me someplace please make sure it isn't a pile of manure. Because the worst thing about these two bodies found in Indiana is that they were in a pile of horse crap. Well worst thing next to the whole being murdered thing.

And here's a story about a crazy man in California who was arrested in the trailer court he lived in because he was walking around in a Raiders jersey, g-string and a scrunchy wrapped around his manhood while talking to himself. Crazy, right? Who the hell likes the Raiders anymore? Did he think they were filming a new Dr. Dre video or something?

Horror Headlines: Thursday September 23rd, 2010

It's official kids, Rob Zombie's next film will be titled "The Lords of Salem". You want more info? The movie will apparently be about a group of 300 year old witches who wreak havoc on modern day Salem, Massachusetts. Maybe the witches will all have silly accents! Oh wait..

I think we may have talked about this months ago on the site but MTV has finally given David Harris' "Savage County" a release date. The drunk kids in the woods series will air on October 7th at 11PM on MTV2. Thank the cast of "The Jersey Shore" for putting away the condoms for a week in order for this to actually see the light of day.

And it wouldn't be a weekday without some new photos from "Saw 3D" coming online. Today we get to see Cary Elwes as Dr. Gordon and if you were at my house last night around 10:30 you would have seen me realize that's the same guy from the first one and blood shooting out of my temples from rage.

Well tickle my 9 year old self again because Corey Feldman recently dropped some good news that the original "The Lost Boys" will be screening at selected House of Blues locations around the country. Apparently the whole thing will be set up as a big event where fans can come dressed in costume and get a sneak peek of "Lost Boys: The Thirst". Get your greasy sax man outfit ready!

In Real People News: 

A Hungarian man has found the face of Satan in his bathroom tile. Frightening yes but you have to admit Jesus has been hogging all the toast lately so it's about time the other side got his time in the spotlight.

On this day in history: 

1993 - A barge strikes a railroad bridge near Mobile, Alabama, causing the deadliest train wreck in Amtrak history. 47 passengers are killed.

A Look Back At Corey Haim

So by now we've all heard the news about Mr. Corey Haim passing away this morning. An autopsy will be done but I think we've all pretty much figuring it's got something to do with a drug overdose.

Video: The Greased Saxophone Player Returns!

If you watched Saturday Night Live this past weekend you were surprised by two things. First, it was actually pretty funny for the first time in over a year. Second, and probably more important, host Jon Hamm took part in a digital short where he played Sergio, a hulking saxophone player that would bust into the room and woo everyone in sight. The best part of this? Sergio bore a striking resemblance to everybody's favorite greased up saxophone player from "The Lost Boys".

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