- n. Plural form of vampire.
“Mr. Bush talked about what he called vampires, that is appliances that will not is use use up to 4 percent of the electricity in home.”
“She goes on to add that she divorced him, Anderson, because she became exhausted trying to save him from himself and what she calls the vampires and leeches that surrounded him.”
“The thing about the longevity of vampires is that a certain timelessness can enter stories.”
“He tells him about a group of vampires from a long time ago who want revenge on the town.”
“A little more serious than the movies on this list so far, this Quentin Tarantino-written, Robert Rodriguez-directed journey into a lair of Mexican vampires is a little hard to classify.”
“All of these, provide writers with much freedom but would current viewers/readers believe such characteristics in vampires?”
“In the reality series debut, a kit for killing vampires is unearthed, which begs the question: "How would you know if a vampire-killing kit works?" —”
“The stories are all supposed to take place in a version of modern reality where the existence of vampires is accepted.”
“Then we did vampires from the Civil War era, then we did the 1930s, then we did our contemporary world, then we did fantasy Volturi flying over on a jet to Forks, Washington.”
“The story of slaves rising up to throw off the chains of their oppressors, especially when those oppressors are as harsh and cruel as the vampires, is usually a rouser.”
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