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May 13, 2010

How to Spot a Vampire (The ESC's Guide to Supernatural Creatures)

So the Vampire Diaries season finale is tonight... which means that we will have absolutely nothing to fill that void until True Blood starts again in June! (It's true, waiting sucks.)  So we've decided to start a whole new series of posts over here at Evil Slutopia to satisfy our... um... bloodlust.

Movies and TV shows used to draw from the same classic mythologies when it came to creatures like vampires and werewolves, etc. Of course, the details always differed a little bit here and there, but it seems like lately, as the supernatural becomes more and more popular, more and more liberties have been taken with the old basic "rules" (ahem, Stephenie Meyer, we're talking to you).

So to keep our cravings at bay - and also protect our readers, heh - here is our first installment of our newest series... "The ESC's Guide to Supernatural Creatures".

It used to be pretty simple to identify a vamp:
Only comes out at night.
Tries to bite you on the neck.
Occasionally wears a cape and/or turns into a bat.

But now - in a world where vampires don't always drink blood and sometimes walk around in daylight! - it's not so simple. Luckily we're here to help. Here are a few new telltale signs...

How to Tell if Someone is a Vampire



Good luck! Be safe!


Tiffany said...

but real vampires don't sparkle!

Anonymous said...

Love it!

I have a completely unrelated comment on a topic I thought you might be interested in writing about. Google has pulled all cougarlife ads from their ad service under the explanations that they are not "family friendly." I don't know why "family friendly" is a concern when they have even been pulled from sites like askmen.com, but there you go.

J said...

You missed out on the best vampire film/series/culture of all time (IMO), Anne Rice's Interview With The Vampire and The Queen of the Damned! (Granted though, the second movie was great sensually but so unfaithful to the book and generally awful otherwise)

Anonymous said...

Ah, you're right... but we did mention that series in our How To Kill A Vampire guide. :)