Someone please stop them. Garlic,
silver bullet, holy water, whatever.
They are holding pop culture
hostage. And their ransom grows.
(originally published here)
Oh! I forgot the rule of not inviting vampires in! 🙂 I have to see The Lost Boys movie again, it’s been too long.
Haven’t seen it since I was a kid. Wonder how much it is on E-bay.
Why yes, holy water was very effective in The Lost Boys! Would it work if tossed at a vampire covered in body glitter? That I haven’t a clue…
I think with the two “Coreys” as stars, anything is possible.
Did you hear about the girl who wrote in to Universal Studios and berated them for (their remake of) The Wolfman, because they obviously, and poorly, ripped off werewolves from the Twilight films?
…yeah. Yeah. Even with the tangential supernatural creatures it’s getting out of hand.
Someone needs to slap that little… girl Joseph.
I dunno, was holy water effective in The Lost Boys Alejandra?
Re: Lost Boys — not if you invited them in! 😀
“Does it BURN!?” “It’s ice cold!”
(Lost Boys just might be one of my guilty pleasure childhood movies.)
What a great line.
I’d go with holy water or a stake to the heart. A bullet might leave you with a sparkly mess. 😉
AMEN. I’ll make the bullet if you’ve gotta gun. Even Charlie Huston for pete’s sake. Pearl
Sounds good Pearl.
yea, but it’s just pop culture
let ’em have it
drag it into the night
tear it’s entrails out
suckle every last drop of blood
and leave it’s nonsensical existence in the wilderness
bones bleaching in noon day sun
mayhaps attracting the vultures of this world
carry with them their war and profits
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