The closest I've been to Vampires - recently - was when I watched the music video to Morning After Dark by TimbaLand featuring Nelly Furtado & SoShy.イラ;7740844 said:just wondering. lol
i was writing something then my browser crashed. couldn't be bothered doing it over.:howler: See Deka, this is the sort of great thing that came out of this show. I think in the opening credits you see this dirty road sign where the message reads "GOD HATES FANGS". The marketing for the show has IMO been brilliant. Anyway, the show is definitely different than Six Feet Under on some levels. Still there are these great "big" themes that are in the background and foreground. Basically you have the modern day World, but Vampires have outted themselves to society in part due to a Japanese company making a synthetic blood beverage called True Blood. So you have things like a Vampire Rights Amendment, the religious right in America being against Vampires, etc. On top of that though there are other surprises along the way (more than just Vampires exist) and it's all set in swampy Looseeanna. It's part drama, part horror (though not too scary), some blood, some sex and a little comedy thrown in.
Usually struggle to make the time to commit to shows on the tube (saw The Wire on DVD, though).イラ;7740998 said:What I like about the show, well, some of the things, the setting is perfect. Very thick and dense, as I've said, it feels like an extra character. You feel very close to the characters too, Sookie, she has a very interesting ability which allows for writing that comes across as bold, direct, different, fresh. From another angle.
The show made me think, in certain situations, what it would be like to be there amongst them. lol