August 2015 - Dr Who Vampires.
the oddities about the myth of vampires is
the varying descriptions of how they look and
what their abilities are. Sometimes they have
wings, sometimes they turn into a bat,
sometime they kill when they bite, sometimes
people become vampires when they get bitten,
some die in daylight, some sparkle, and so
forth. There is no consistency but that in
many ways that's part of their appeal.
take was different still in that vampires are
real but are in fact aliens. They possess a
hypnotic camouflage that hides their true
appearance but the mind cannot process
reflected hypnosis giving the illusion that
vampires have no reflection in a mirror.
These alien vampires also have the ability to
turn humans into vampires albeit using a more
scientific method of alien blood transfusion
rather than the act of biting. They are
capable of biting though using their
elongated sharp pointed teeth rather than
conventional vampire fangs. Something about
seeing those teeth feels all the more
realistic and more frightening than the
conventional look of vampire teeth. They look
as though they could pierce the skin then
suck blood through the cavity between, both
biting and sucking simultaneously. They are
alien teeth rather than animal fangs.
episode is called The Vampires Of Venice with
Matt Smith as Dr Who. The vampire actresses
are Gabriella Wylde, Hannah Steele, Elizabeth
Croft, Sonila Vieshta and Gabriela Montaraz.
I've met them all at the London Film &
Comic Con, and are nothing like their vampire
counterparts, they're all sweet in real life.
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