Friday, October 31, 2008


* In no particular order *

The whole gang, including Michael, Star and Laddie; "Holy shit! It's attack of Eddie Munster!" Which brings us to our next Vamp....

ya gotta include GRANDPA MUNSTER!

I thought VIKTOR saved that movie and can't wait to see him in Underworld 3, armored up and slaying Werewolves. Underworld 2 was a letdown but man, MARCUS was pretty sick flying around.-LESTAT-
I'm talking the BOOK version here. Personally, I had no problems with Tom Cruise's depiction in the movie. But nothing can beat the Lestat in the pages of those first 3 Anne Rice VampireChronicles.

- BLADE TRILOGY sported some nice Vamps, such as:
* QUINN: "I'm gonna be naughty. I'm gonna be a naughty vampire god!"
* REAPERS: From Blade II. I loved their freaky mutant split-mouths!
* DANICA TALOS: I just love Parker Posey, is all. "And how about everyone here not saying the word "dick" anymore? It provokes my envy."
* PEARL: Who can forget the obese vampire record keeper Pearl?! "La Magra is coming! The Spirits of the Twelve will awaken the Blood God!"

From SESAME STREET! "Greetings! I am the Count. They call me the Count because I love to count things. 1 JimSmash Reader. 2 JimSmash Readers. 3 JIMSMASH READERS!! Ah-Ah-AH-AH!!!"

I must admit, I'm digging some of the vampires on HBO's new series "TRUE BLOOD" (although I'm not into the buck-tooth fangs). BILL is quickly becoming one of my favorites.... and MALCOLM quickly grew on me; "We're the new locals. And I. Am. Thirsty!"

As Amilyn from Buffy the Vampire Slayer (movie). Come on - its Pee Wee!

Visually, Coppolla's Dracula was fantastic! Dracula in the Crimson Armor in the beginning was awesome!

From 1979's "Love At First Bite". "Creatures of the Night.... Shut up!"

Its hard to get more creepy than this!

It's hard to get more creepy than Nosferatu, but Salem's Lot comes close!

The 1972 Blaxpoitation cult classic!

From "Horror of Dracula". Lee was able to break free from Lugosi's version and give us a more monsterous version of Dracula.

From Universal's classic 1931 "DRACULA". Lugosi cemented a look and approach that still defines the character Today. When people think "Dracula", most picture Lugosi's incarnation.


Anonymous said...

great post! happy halloween, jimsmash!

allen etter said...

What about Catherine Dinev (sp?) from the Hunger? Good list, tho.

Anonymous said...

Nice list!

Anonymous said...

faltou o EDWARD CULLEN de eclipse...