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A WEREWOLF falls in LOVE with a BABY.

Yep, this video just about sums up Breaking Dawn perfectly.

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More casting news from Girl with a Dragon Tattoo.

Rooney Mara has been chosen to play Lisbeth Salander in the American remake of Girl with a Dragon Tattoo. She will be joining Daniel Craig and Robin Wright Penn, who were cast earlier. I am cautiously optimistic that this will be good in light of the actors chosen to play the key roles. Not that they needed to remake an already amazing film, but the original has subtitles, and you know how it makes our little heads hurt to try to read subtitles and follow a movie at the same time.

Read more about Rooney over at Jezebel.


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Casting news for Girl with a Dragon Tattoo.

Daniel Craig has been cast as Mikael Blomkvist in the upcoming adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. I’ve just started reading it, but I can see him playing this role. Please, dear lord, let this be a sign that Kristen Stewart won’t be cast as Lisbeth.


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‘Tis the season for zombies.

I know Christmas was yesterday, but with the whole laptop crashing stuff, I’m just getting around to finding all the fun stuff I missed on the interwebs in December.

Did you know there was a book of Zombie Christmas Carols? I have got to get my act together and come up with something Zombie related to start making some money. I found the link thru one of my favorite authors, Christopher Moore. If you haven’t read his stuff, you are seriously missing out, my friend. Pick up a copy of The Stupidest Angel , it’s a perfect story to read for the holidays and it has zombies!

Here’s a favorite Christmas song…Zombiefied:

ZOMBIE THE SNOW MAN

(Sung to the tune of Frosty, The Snowman

Zombie the Snow Man was a jolly, happy ghoul,

With a corncob pipe and some boy’s nose and two eyes he got at school.

Zombie the Snow Man is a fairy tale, they say;

He was undead it’s so, but the children know how he came

Back to life one day.

There must have been a virus in that old silk hat they found,

For when they placed it on his head, he began to dance around.

Oh, Zombie the Snow Man was alive as he could be,

And the children say he ate brains all day as they tried to run away.

Zombie the Snow Man knew the brains were fresh that day,

So he said,”Please run, because it’s lots more fun when I eat your brain that way”.

Down through the village with a femur in his hand,

Running here and there all around the square, sayin’

“Decaptiate me if you can!”

He chased them through the streets of town and ate the traffic cop

And he barely paused a moment when, he heard the cops brain pop!”

Zombie the Snow Man had to hurry on his way,

But he waved good-by, sayin’, “Please do cry and I’ll eat your brains again someday!”

Thumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump,

Look at that Frosty go;

Thumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump,

Over the hills of snow.


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Vampires in vogue.

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If you love all things vampire, then you want to pick up this week’s Entertainment Weekly. Inside you’ll find EW’s picks for the 20 greatest vampires, including, of course, that damn sparkly one.  There are also brief interviews with some of the most popular authors of vampire fiction, including Anne Rice and Charlaine Harris.

I thought that Laurell Hamilton, author of the Anita Blake series, came off as a little full of herself in her interview:

EW: What are your thoughts on the Twilight phenomenon?

L.H.: Stephanie Meyer has come and she’s taken the genre that I sort of pioneered.

Really? I’m pretty sure that Anne Rice(The Vampire Chronicles) or L.J. Smith(Vampire Diaries) might take issue with that statement. I won’t even start on how Ms. Hamilton has destroyed what started out as a pretty cool vampire hunter series with her last few books.

Moving on…click here to see a clip from tomorrow’s True Blood. It features that dreamy viking, Eric Northman. Enjoy.