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lovers of all things
gothic gather


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World's Largest Database

Vampire Realm has one of the largest databases of individuals who are eager to appear on camera, or in person, and talk about the Gothic lifestyle, the Vampire lifestyle and more.  


Vampire Realm works with highly respected TV & documentary film producers worldwide.


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Vampire Realm also owns, Lycanthropy's Valiant Revival dedicated to all things Werewolf.


Lycanthropy's Valiant Revival can be found on social  media:  


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Vampire Realm offers

three (3) tiers of membership


One (1) Year Membership


Five (5) Year Membership


Lifetime* Membership

(*Lifetime is a mortal lifetime or up to 20 years, whichever is first)


All three tiers of membership are contributors to The Jugular and recieve discounts at a variety of retailers worldwide


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Films / TV / Streaming Series

Films / TV / Streaming Series are reviewed by Vampire Realm members & staff

Books! Glorious Books!

Books & novels are reviewed by Vampire Realm members & staff

Comics / Graphic Novels / Games

Comics, graphic novels and games are reviewed by Vampire Realm members & staff.

Contests to Win Cool Stuff

The Vampire Realm works with Publicists, Artists and Writers to get cool items that fans can win.


Members learn about these cool contests through 'The Jugular' and Social Media.


Contests that are posted on Social Media require entrants to LIKE our page, and the page for the project the prize comes from. Once that is done, the entrant posts why they should win the item, and have their friends LIKE their post. The post with the most LIKEs for that item, wins. The winner is announced on the page


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The Haunted Castle (1896)

The Haunted Castle (1896) silent film is the first known recording of a vampire movie to ever exist.  It is three minutes long.


Le Manoir du diable or The House of the Devil, released in the United States as The Haunted Castle and in Britain as The Devil's Castle, is an 1896 French short silent film directed by legendary Georges Méliès (8 Dec. 1861 – 21 Jan 1938)

  

The film opens with a large bat flying into a medieval castle. The bat circles the room, before suddenly changing into the Devil,  Mephistopheles produces a cauldron and an assistant, who helps him conjure a woman from the cauldron.


The room is cleared shortly before two cavaliers enter. The devil's assistant pokes their backs before instantaneously transporting to different areas of the room, confusing the pair and causing one to flee. The second stays and has several other tricks played on him, such as furniture being moved around and the sudden appearance of a skeleton. The cavalier is unfazed, using a sword to attack the skeleton, which then turns into a bat, then into Mephistopheles, who conjures four spectres to subdue the man. Recovering from the spectres' attack, the man is visibly dazed and is brought the woman from the cauldron, who impresses him with her beauty. 


Mephistopheles then turns her into a withered old crone in front of the man's eyes, then again into the four spectres.

 

The second cavalier returns and after a brief show of bravery, flees again, this time by leaping over the balcony's edge. After the spectres disappear, the cavalier is confronted face-to-face by the Devil before reaching for and brandishing a large crucifix, which causes the devil to vanish.


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FAQs

  • Vampire Realm was the very first female owned company in the horror/comic book industry launched in 1984
  • Membership is International
  • Ages range from 16 years and up.

Why is this site white, and not all black or red? Because Vampire Realm wanted a site that was easy to read for everyone.


Why don't images move around on this site?  Because Vampire Realm wanted the site to be slick, clean and easy to read for visitors.


Why does Vampire Realm post books/films/games for minors on this site?   Because Vampire Realm wants everyone to enjoy the nocturnal creatures, not just the parents.


Does Vampire Realm Take Paid Advertising? Not at this time. The Vampire Realm is self-sustaining and puts link on the site that are vetted for quality.  Vampire Realm is considering the option in the future, but sinec 1984, there has not been paid advertising or advertorials.


Can I work for the Vampire Realm?  Yes, if you live in a location that there is an office, and provided an opening is available that matches your skillset.  Vampire Realm posts job listings in The Jugular and on our Social Media pages.


Do I have to be a members to work for Vampire Realm?  Not really, you just need to have a passion for the position requires, and skills to match.

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Why Charity?
Donating time, money, goods, services, and food are the key to keeping everyone fit and healthy; including yourself.


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If you have a cause, charity, or foundation and want Vampire Realm to list your site, email: press@vampirerealm.com

Ethical Vendors

After scouring the planet for exciting and ethical vendors, Vampire Realm is thrilled to share these links for visitors, fans and members.

Know that if a link is posted on this site, the vendor has a proven history of ethical behavior and in good standing with the vampire community.

Vampire Realm is self-sustaining and none of the links on this page are paid advertisements.


If you would like your link to be considered for posting on Vampire Realm's wall, email our press department here: press@vampirerealm.com

Fresh off the press: Fangoria Lives

Fangoria is back!


Fangoria - The First in Fright Since 1979


Tony Timpone, Editor Emeritus and Sr. VP at HEF, has confirmed Fangoria is back and will be filled with delicious articles and images that guarantee to inspire the most terrifying nightmares to keep readers up at night.


Launched in 1979 and closed in the recent years due to economic struggles (much to the dismay of fans), Fangoria has been resurrected from the grave, with its next issue arriving this fall!


 Subscriptions now open at fangoria.com!


Tony is also the Co-Director of International Programming at Fantasia International Film Festival


Follow Tony Timpone on his official social media accounts:


Twitter: @tonytimpone1

Facebook: @tony.timpone.7


Added by: Vampire Realm Press Office / press@vampirerealm.com

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