Definitions for "Vampires"
Keywords:  horror, john, orly, jackie, duane
Vampires (also known as John Carpenter's Vampires) is an action / horror film directed by John Carpenter in 1998.
Vampires (also known as Abandon) is a 1986 horror film directed by Len Anthony. The film stars Orly Benyar, John Bly, Jackie James, Duane Jones, Kit Jones, and Robin Michaels. The plot revolves around mysterious events at a private girls' school in which the students' life-energy is drained by a mad scientist's machine.
Thoughout history people have told stories of manlike demons that feed off blood in the night. Most Vampire legends were born in the middle ages because of fear of the black plague and ignorance. The most noted legend is the story of Dracula.
a mythical creature who overcomes death by
The generic term for beings who have become creatures of the night requiring blood to live. See Vampires.
Keywords:  anita, blake, hamilton, laurell, risen
Vampires in the Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter series by Laurell K. Hamilton closely resemble the popular depiction in other fiction and mythology. They are blood drinking former humans, risen from the dead to prey on the living, with a variety of diverse powers.
Powerful blood-sucking undead monsters. Unlike some other undead, they're usually sentient. They're also often very magically capable. In some variants, vampires are a playable race (or a racial modifier).