All your FACES are belongs to ME!!!
@DK: How many times have you used that???
My question is, why would any heterosexual male attend this film if he wasn't getting some from a girl for it? A bet FK? Really? Or are you just feeling curious?
I believe this summarizes it...
That's funny but also true. I also just don't get how they can call these vampires. I mean it's been said in this thread the reasons why they are NOT vampires. I know the vampire thing has been done to death, but there are unique ways to go about it. Take the series of books by Brian Lumley, Necroscope. Those take the entire vampire thing and expand, change, and twist the vampire thing... But the core ideas are still there. Sparkles and **** don't a vampire make.
That musical is just all kinds of epic.:thumbs:
As far as I'm concerned you can do pretty much whatever you want with vampires as long as there is still horror. Anne Rice popularized the modern pretty-boy vampire thing, but her work was still steeped in horror and she left in plenty of very good reasons why a vampire was not something you wanted to be.
In the Twilight books, being a vampire means you can spend eternity in blissful, super-powered perfection with the people you love, without having to sacrifice any of those pesky things like the beauties of nature in daylight or, y'know, your soul. So why did Edward not want to turn Bella right from the outset? What was all the damn angst about?