- Cirque du Freak book set (New movie edition features the first three books--Cirque Du Freak, The Vampire's Assistant, and Tunnels of Blood-- bound up in one volume!)
- Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant locker mirror
Sunday, October 18, 2009
The scream awards will air Tuesday Oct 27th
Science fiction superfans Saturday evening crowned Megan Fox the queen of their film genre, honoring the hottie actress along with a group of her sci-fi peers at Spike TV's "Scream 2009" festival for their contributions to the zombie-loving world of sci-fi.
Fox took home the award for best sci-fi actress for her work in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" while "True Blood" notched four awards, winning best TV show, best villain, and best horror actor and actress for real-life lovers Steven Moyer and Anna Paquin.
"Twilight" also won two top honors at the ceremony, picking up awards for best fantasy film and breakout performance for star Taylor Lautner. Lautner also presented at the Spike TV show a reel of world-premiere footage of the newest "Twilight" installment, "New Moon."
The star-studded ceremony was attended by a host of film, TV and music celebrities including Jessica Alba, Kate Bosworth, Harrison Ford, Justin Long and Christina Ricci, all of whom presented awards at the show.
Alexander Skarsgard wins Best Villain, presented by Straw Dogs co-star, Kate Bosworth.
Stephen Moyer wins Best Horror Actor Male, presented by Liv Tyler.
Anna Paquin wins Best Horror Actor Female, presented by Jackie Earle Haley.
True Blood wins Best Television Show, presented by the cast of The Vampire Diaries.
**HBO’s “True Blood” was a four-time winner, taking honors for best TV show, along with best villain for Alexander Skarsgard and best horror actor and actress for co-stars and real-life couple Steven Moyer and Anna Paquin.
**Since the ceremony wasn’t televised live, stars were free to use four-letter words — and Tarantino, Woody Harrelson and “True Blood” creator Alan Ball did. “Scream 2009″ will be edited into a two-hour special set to air on Oct. 27.
Staking their claim Vampires' mass-market appeal driving monster sales of movies, music, fashion and even food
Vampires are known for taking your innocence, your blood and your life. But they're also good at draining something else: your bank account.
As excitement builds around Halloween and “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” film release Nov. 20, it seems there's no escaping these creatures of the night.
“It is definitely the year of the vampire,” said Kathy Grannis, spokeswoman for the National Retail Federation. “The impression that vampires have made on the consumer is not leaving anytime soon.”
As vampires have gone from underground cult figures to mainstream heroes, their mysterious appeal has boosted sales of movies, music, fashion and even food.read on
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