I never really jumped on the vampire crazy-bus (stretch-hearse? I didn't much like vampire tales going in, and I liked them even less after my brief time dabbling in the sub-genre.
One huge exception for me however, was the , we open on everyday life for smart, slightly geeky/slightly horsey Jessica Packwood who quickly crosses paths with the debonair and ridiculously obvious vampire Lucius Vladescu.
Throughout the movie (most notably at exactly into the movie), you see the license plate of the hearse they drive is a New York plate, 1Z-7663.
However, If you pause it just right at exactly into the movie, you can clearly see the car's front license plate reads 4G-3375.
A mute blond girl leads her to the body of a dead man but the body is not there when Jessica goes for help.
Jessica and those around begin to wonder if she is losing her mind.
They led me to believe that castles were filled with rainbows and cupcakes and pastel-pink furniture. She knows that with no blood to drink, Lucius’s time is running out. She would be so proud to see you take over that role.” I slipped on the seat again and pushed myself back up. Lucius’s stake, which he used to destroy his uncle—and which he’d once nearly used to—“No! ”Thrashing, fighting off something that seemed to press against my chest, I struggled to sit up and opened my eyes to see firelight flickering against stone, and for a second I wasn’t sure where I was. They led me to believe that castles were filled with rainbows and cupcakes and pastel-pink furniture. If Lucius is tense, how can I even imagine handling this? ”I wasn’t even sure I’d cried out loud, but the squeal of my chair as I jumped up probably drowned out my voice anyway. My cousin Ylenia Dragomir, eighteen, like me, small and wearing black, sat alone in a corner, blending into the shadows as if she didn’t want anyone to see her face while she heard the story of her dad’s murder recounted in detail. I pushed myself upright in my huge office chair, which had once belonged to my birth mom. Wriggling back down under the blankets, I moved toward Lucius in the massive bed—in which, as he’d once confessed, he’d probably been expected by the Vladescu Elders to take my life, conveniently removing his Dragomir bride from power and allowing the Vladescus to have unchallenged dominion over both our families. ” I got up on one elbow and shook him gently, needing to see his dark eyes and hear his deep, reassuring voice. I took his hand and tugged to give myself some space to breathe. ” Resting my hand on his chest, I felt it rise and fall so slowly that I wondered if he had already fallen back asleep.
Beth Fantaskey lives in rural Pennslyvania with her husband and two daughters.
During her first semester at college, a co-ed finds housing at a seaside mansion where, following the death of a fellow-student, she becomes entangled in a murder mystery surrounding the property and it's secretive tenants.
After a stint in a psychiatric facility Jessica, her husband and a friend move to remote farm they have recently purchased.
There they find a young woman by the name of Emily living in the house and they invite her to stay.
When Jessica goes for a swim in the lake, she sees a body just below the water's surface.