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Date Posted: Sat April 26, 2008 04:51:52
Author: Journeyman
Subject: An interesting twist to the theme is .............
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Vampire movies?" on Thu April 17, 2008 02:49:12

The Little Vampire.

Vampires with an oath to not hunt humans? What next, vegetarian vampires?

It is for the young ones and very Disney but still a nice diversion. I loved the scene where Tomas has been kidnapped by the vampire slayer and Rudolf valiantly swoops in to save his mortal friend. One adage can be formed from that scene - don't upset an adalescent vampire when there is a herd of bretheren cows handy .... things promise to get messy! (watch the movie)

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  • Also...a few that I forgot... -- Comicality, Tue May 06, 2008 19:30:55

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