The likable vampire seems like somewhat of a paradox. Since the earliest incarnation of count Dracula, the vampire has typically been somewhat of a reviled species. However, over time, it has been scientifically proven (no it hasn’t) that audiences find vampires irresistibly sexy and dangerous but charming.
The extremely simple recipe is perfect for your next True Blood watching party, or any old time your gore-loving friends swing by.
Jessica is blissful with James - until guards find them and take them back to their respective cells. On the way, they run into Pam, who is buttoning up after screwing the shrink. (“It was oozy but productive.”)
Eric leaves Willa in the vampire prison so she can warn Pam, Tara, and Jessica about the tainted Tru Blood. He promises to return for her, and takes Nora to Bill.
Lafayette / Corbett has drowned Sookie into unconsciousness when Bill senses her danger and releases the captive Warlow to save her.
With a giant flame ball hovering over him, Warlow dismounts Sookie and slips into his British accent. He insists that he is not there to kill her; rather, he loves her, and it is their destiny to be together
Mark your calendar's Chucky fans, the killer doll is back on October 8th in a brand new movie! Mashable just debuted the official trailer for 'Curse Of Chucky,' the new sequel and judging from this first glance, it definitely seems to be more in tone and spirit to the original 'Child's Play.'
Willa is hurt that Eric wouldn’t let her taste his blood - after all, she insists she is on his side. So Eric takes her into a cemetery, digs a grave for them, and turns her into a vampire.
Eric is threatening to rape Willa to death. He has her glamoured, and lowers his head to drink her dry. The moment his eyes leave hers, she offers to tell him about the experiments in exchange for her life.
In celebration of the return of everyone’s favorite supernatural soap opera, we spotlight nine of our favorite death scenes from the first five seasons... and we've got a clip of each one.