Thursday, May 21, 2009

True Blood Blood Copy: HUMAN PETS

May 21st, 2009

What a terrible, sad state of affairs. It disgusts me not only to see vampires enslaving humans for their own means, but they have other humans acting as slave masters. Truly foul behavior on both parts. There are enough legitimately interested humans to fulfill the needs of the vampire population. There is no need to entrap them against their will, enslave them, treat them as chattel.

Evil isn’t just limited to vampires or humans. Evil is a choice these individuals have made. And the victims are left to live - and die - with the consequences. My only hope is that the show that aired this footage will work just as hard to assist the authorities in the apprehension of the criminals that appear in it.

Dead and Gone: the Sookie / Eric blood bond

We recently looked at all the instances in Book 9 when sookie mentioned her unusual physical, emotional and mental feelings . Here are some mentions of the blood bond.
See what you think..did I miss any ?

The closer I got to the vampire bar, the more my pulse picked up; this was the downside to the blood bond I had with Eric Northman. I knew I was going to see him, and I was simply happy about it.

The wave of delight wasn't necessarily related to Eric's gorgeousness or the fact that we'd bumped pelvises, though. The blood bond was responsible.
Maybe. I had to fight the feeling pg24

At least he didn't try to sugarcoat it by saying, "I thought he might bother you" or "I did it for your own good." No matter how bonded we were-and I was actually struggling against the temptation to smile at him-I felt the hair on the back of my neck rising at Eric managing my life like this.

"This is for your protection, dear heart," he said. He was trying to be serene so that some of that serenity would run through our bond and drown my agitation

It's hard to explain how the bond made me feel. No matter how furious I got with Eric, I was happier when I was with him. It wasn't that I yearned for him uncontrollably when we were separated; it was just that I was aware of him. All the time. I wondered if it was the same for him.pg26

It was the first time I'd come to Fangtasia simply to talk, without having been called there for some vampire reason. Blood bond or something much more natural? "I think . . . I just wanted some company," I said. "No soul-shaking revelations."

"I've done a stupid thing, and I don't know how I feel about it," I said.So I told her the long story, beginning with the incident in Rhodes where I'd exchanged blood with Eric for what turned out to be one too many times. I told her about the weird bond we had as a result.
"So how are you feeling about Eric?" Tara asked.
"I don't know," I said. "There are things I almost love about him, and things about him that scare the hell out of me. And I really . . . you know . . . want him. But he pulls tricks for what he says is my own good. I believe he cares about me. But he cares about himself mostly."

"Also, Eric more or less owns a piece of you because of this blood-bond thing. Which he didn't necessarily plan out in advance, to give him

"Will this change the blood bond?" I asked. I was careful not to sound like I was accusing him of something. But of course, I was."Felipe wanted you.
The stronger our bond, the less chance there is he can maneuver you away."I flinched. "I can't do that."
"You won't need to," Eric said, his voice flowing over me like a feather quilt. "We are pledged with the knife. We are bonded. He can't take you from me."

"I don't know if the-comfort-I feel with you is the blood exchange or a feeling I would've had naturally," I said, pg 81

If I'd let Andre share blood that night, I'd be free now, since he's dead. I still couldn't decide how I felt about that-probably three different ways.

"The blood exchange has worked both ways," he said. "I've had the blood of many women. I've had almost utter control over them. But they never drank mine. It's been decades, maybe centuries since I gave any woman my blood.
Maybe not since I turned Pam."

Night would fall soon. Since Eric and I had bonded, I'd found myself thinking of him every day as the sky grew dark. Now that we'd slept together, my thoughts had turned into cravings. I tried to stuff him in the back of my mind on the drive to the bar, but he persisted in popping to the fore.

I didn't feel happy or content, so I knew that even the bond was exhausted, at least temporarily. Pg129

HBO Canada sinks its teeth into a second season of HBO's hit series True Blood

Man, HBO Canada is excited!

- Anna Paquin returns in her Golden Globe(R)-winning role as Sookie

- Season two premieres Sunday, June 14 on HBO Canada, day-and-date with
HBO in the U.S.

TORONTO, May 21 /CNW/ - A perky telepathic waitress and her 173-year-old vampire soul mate, born-again brother, shape-shifting boss and foul-tempered pal are back for a new season of the acclaimed HBO drama series True Blood.
HBO Canada, a multiplex channel from Corus Entertainment's Movie Central (Western Canada) and Astral Media's The Movie Network (Eastern Canada), bites into season two of True Blood on Sunday, June 14 at 9 p.m. ET/MT.

The critically-acclaimed, sexy, intense and wildly entertaining series from Oscar(R)- and Emmy(R)-winning creator and executive producer Alan Ball (Six Feet Under) is based on the best-selling Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris and tells the tale of a small Louisiana town where vampires live openly amongst their human counterparts, thanks to the invention of mass-produced synthetic blood. The series follows the unconventional romance between waitress Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) and her relationship with Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer), the town's first vampire.

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True Blood - Episode 2.11 - Frenzy

[HADLEY HALE] Sookie's (Anna Paquin) cousin, this fresh-faced 20 something year old country girl is locked in a steamy clinch with the vampire queen(Evan Rachel Wood). The dazed Hadley has been seduced into a whole other world -- but she still feels the pull of her human roots...3 speeches & 1 line, 3 scenes (1) May recur next season in a few episodes

[LUDIS] Under 30. This straight, handsome, well-built Latvian man (with or without an accent), clad only in gym shorts, is only too delighted to volunteer for another man's "feed"...3 lines, 1 scene (44)

[FRENZY MAN IN DRESS] This skinny, tattooed, "frenzy-eyed" man is wearing a badly ripped dress that doesn't do a thing for him...1 line, 1 scene (sptv050769 54) The more tattoos the better

Source: SpoilerTV

'True Blood': I'm a sucker for it

Folks being won over by the dvds..great !

When True Blood premiered last season, I watched the first few episodes and gave it what amounted to a shrug of a review. The Alan Ball series about Southern vampires, based on Charlaine Harris' bestselling novels, didn't seem all that original to me, and I wrote that the two main stars, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, "frequently get lost in a series in which they're the central couple."

Well, thanks to the new first-season DVD compilation, I just finished watching the entire season and I now write as a convert: True Blood just kept getting better and better, and I'm officially eager to see Season Two when it starts June 14.

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True Blood spoof - The Vampire Club by Voltaire

Hilarious !!


Thanks Zevchan

True Blood Cast iTunes playlist :Stephem Moyers list

Stephen Moyer’s Itunes Playlist

1. English Rose by The Jam: “Wellers simply lyrics and the descending chromatic kill me and transport me back to my 13 year old mod self.”
2. Stool Pidgeon Blues by Lightnin’ Hopkins: “I found this aged about 9 or 10 in my Dad’s record collection. I was blown away by it. I remember so vividly placing the arm back on the vinyl over and over again for days and months. The solo is incredible.”
3. Cucurrucucu Paloma by Caetano Veloso: “When my daughter was born this is what I was listening to. It transfers me right back to that magical time. His voice is just beautiful.”
4. Tango Till They’re Sore by Tom Waits: “Could have filled this entire playlist with Tom Waits…might have been a hundred other track. Today it’s this one…”
5. Ahoy There! by Mr. Scruff:” My son and I know this forward backwards and sideways. We sing it in the car all the time, reminds me of my gorgeous funny boy.”
6. Pencil Rot by Stephen Malkmus: “I am one of the geeks that sit twidding my thumbs waiting for new Malkmus tracks to become available. This is mad and brilliant. It’ll stay twirling in your head forever.”
7. You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go by Bob Dylan: “Makes me think of traveling on buses and trains through Thailand with my cassette walkman.. ‘when something isn’t right it’s wrong…’ … it’s full of great lines.”
8. That’s All I Wanna Do by Graham Coxon: “Just love this track.. A great unrequited yearning pavement-esque love song.”
9. Dazed and Confused by Led Zeppelin: “From the opening slow bass lick through to the moment that the band explodes is still is one of the great visceral rock and roll songs. (I spent more time deciding which led zep song than any other in this list.)”
10. I Cover the Waterfront by Billie Holiday: “This recording is late on and almost tragic as she searches for the opening note or even which song it is… but it makes it all the more poignant for me.”
11. Vete de Mi by Bebo & Cigala: “Rehearsing for a film in Switzerland, the director Daniel Schmid and actor Edoardo Noriega waltzed around the space singing this song in preparation for the film.”
12. Stuck In a Tight Spot by Clor: “There’s an EP and on album available from these guys. They are amazing. The middle eight from this is fantastic.”
13. White Winter Hymnal by Fleet Foxes: “Everyone in our house knows the lyrics to this song, my girlfriend, the kids, the dog…”
14. (Nice Dream) by Christopher O’Riley: “This is where you kick back and put your feet up and smoke your pipe in wonderment… Radioheads genius coupled with O’Rileys wonderfully fluent playing.”

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9-year-old filmmaker invited to play N.J. film festival at Rutgers

Read on, how they fight off the vampire is very inventive (HA)

NEW BRUNSWICK -- Unlike many 9-year-olds, Fanwood's Emma Kenney wasn't content to just watch a vampire movie. She wanted to write and direct a film about the mythological creature, too.

Emma's cinematic undertaking didn't surprise those who know her. She's been interested in acting and the arts from a very young age.

But when her film "The New Girl in Town" was selected to play in the New Jersey International Film Festival at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, friends and family gave her more credibility.

"I was shocked," said Emma's mother, Gillian Fisher. "When we found out she was accepted, I sent an e-mail asking if this was correct. I didn't want to tell her if it was a mistake."

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True Blood Music Video of the Day: The Origin of the Species from the musical 'Lestat'

From the musical "Lestat", this song is The Origin of the Species LYRICS

Thanks, Ewenor

* How fun, this is a little different if you don't know:

Lestat is a Broadway musical inspired by Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles.

This was the first theatrical score from the legendary songwriting team of Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Book by Linda Woolverton.