The ancient & weird occult king of Cabaret Siniestro, Benjam Louche
The dark, brooding and unusual host of London's amazing Lynchian cabaret night, the Double R Club comes to Fangtasia London this Fri 13th..
Benjamin Louche and his abhorrent offspring will be furnishing our stage with twisted delights and macabre madness!
The Vampishly delicious darling, Vaudey Ruin, Kate Lomax
We also have the Sexy Fiery Vampire Demon, Vaudey Ruin, aka: Kate Lomax, lighting up our stage with glamoring burning desire!
Fire Vamp Kate LomaxCo-Staring:
Sheriff Vanderhorne, Johnny Darke, Duncan DeMorgan, Ms Rebecca Devenney, Compulsive Behaviour, The Pixie Pia, Mr Maxwell, and the rest of the Fangtasia London True Blood Fang Gang!
Undead Tune Spinner Duncan DeMorgan
Expect the unexpected as Vampire and Shape-Shifters, Mind Readers and Maenads, Were-Folk and Humans come together for a monthly True Blood quickening! Opens at 10pm!! A fiver on the door!!
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Are Zombies The Next Big Thing To Hit The Small Screen?
Move over vampires as we are predicting zombies to be THE next big thing to hit the small screen.
For quite some time now we’ve been bombarded with TV series and movies featuring our favourite blood sucking friends.
Twilight, The Vampire Diaries and of course our very own True Blood, have made vampires one of the biggest trends to dominate TV and film in recent years.
But what about zombies? In film, zombies have been a real success- just look at 28 Days Later, Zombieland and Dawn of the Dead. But sadly on TV zombies haven’t been so popular. They seem to have been relegated to something of a figure of fun- think Charlie Brooker’s take on zombies in his recent series on E4 “Dead Set”. Until now that is…
“The Walking Dead” has made it clear that it wants to fly in the face of these zombie stereotypes by dealing with some hard hitting socio-cultural issues and keeping to the more serious tone of Kirkman’s comics. Personally I can’t wait.