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Dynamite Entertainment to Release Complete Dracula

Dynamite Entertainment has released initial images for a graphic novel based upon Bram Stoker’s Dracula, one of their main publishing projects for 2009. Dubbed The Complete Dracula, the release purports that that this graphic novel is an adaptation of the original work and not the modified version that most of us are familiar with.

Preston Jones Joins True Blood

Not a helluva lot of news, really, but anything about the next season of “True Blood” is going to be interesting to me and other fans of the show, so why not feed out the tidbits? Variety has learned that Road Trip II: Beer Pong thespian Preston Jones has landed a recurring role on the second season of the Alan Ball series, though who he’ll be playing is unknown.

New Lesbian Vampire Killers Pics!

The blokes behind the upcoming horror comedy Lesbian Vampire Killers just dropped us a line with a trio of new images from the film, which you can see below. The film stars the “Gavin & Stacey” one-two punch of James Corden and Matthew Horne, playing two guys looking to get away for a weekend of debauchery only to come face-to-fang with a village overrun by hot lesbian vampires! Doesn’t sound too bad to me…

Two Underworld 3 Clips Now Available!

In case Nomad's mostly positive Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans hasn't whet your appetite enough for the vampire vs. werewolf prequel, below are two clips that ought to do the trick.

Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009)

Reviewed by Nomad Starring Rhona Mitra, Billy Nighy, Michael Sheen, Kevin Grevioux Directed by Patrick Tatopoulos

Against the Dark (DVD)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Steven Seagal, Tanaoi Reed, Jenna Harrison, Danny Midwinter, Skye Bennett, Keith David, Linden Ashby Directed by Richard Crudo Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Kiss of the Vampire (2008)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Daniel Goddard, Katherine Hawkes, Eric Estebari, Martin Kove, Costas Mandylor, Matthias Hues, Gary Daniels, Phil Fondacaro Directed by Joe Tornatore

Bayona & Mangold Eyeing Eclipse?

Wow, it really is becoming the Harry Potter franchise with vampires ... Thompson on Hollywood has learned that both Juan Antonio Bayona (pictured, The Orphanage) and James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma) are eying possibly directing the third movie in the Twilight franchise, Eclipse.

Netherbeast Incorporated (DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Darrell Hammond, Jason Mewes, Dave Foley, Judd Nelson, Amy Davidson Directed by Dean Ronalds Distributed by Well Go USA

Myriad & Studio 407 Announce Night Projectionist

Studio 407 and Myriad Pictures already have their next planned collaboration while development on Hybrid continues: The Night Projectionist, according to Variety.

Legion Director Takes Over Priest

The long-gestating adaptation of the Tokyo Pop comic Priest is finally seeing some movement this morning. THR reports that Orphanage co-founder Scott Charles Stewart will be taking the reigns on Priest, with the backing of Screen Gems.

Official Site for UK Monster Show Being Human

You may recall a while back we gave you a heads up about a new show being produced for the BBC called “Being Human”; the story of a vampire, werewolf and ghost co-habitating in an apartment in London. While the premise sounds ripe for wacky hijinks, the actual execution was smart, funny and engaging.

First Poster for Maidenhead!

As you may have noticed, I got a chance to check out the new film starring The Signal’s Lewis, A.J. Bowen and From Dusk Till Dawn sheriff Michael Parks, Maidenhead. The off-kilter vampire movie is definitely unique and although the poster you see below may make it seem like a Odd Couple-esque comedy, trust me when I say it’s anything but. Keep it here for more on Maidenhead soon!

Maidenhead (2008)

Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring A.J. Bowen, Michael Parks, Lorri Hamm, Gary Chason Directed by Jim Spanos

Spiker and Dead Serious Score Distribution

Michael J. Hein of MooDude Films has announced that they’ve won distribution and release of two new films, Spiker and Dead Serious; the first a bloody slasher and the second an oddball horror comedy pitting religious zealotry against gays and vampires.