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* February 27, 2015 *
A Sad Day for Science Fiction Fans as Leonard Nimoy Dies at 83
Passing on the torch for alternative realities and science fiction characters, the death of Leonard Nimoy, best known for his Vulcan character Spock, suggests there are some very substantial boots to fill.

His unique style in relating the often emotionless character through his own peculiar acting twists will be remembered for eternity. He went onto a successful acting career beyond Star Trek, the movies that followed as well as a cameo in the reboot of the series. He was an author and director who had an introspective dark streak in him. Unaffected by tropes and preconceived notions of how something should be done, he often set the tone with his own unique style. Who else could have pulled off that Vulcan character.

The original series had plenty of quirks and dark attitudes like this coffin shaped gong employed on the original series episode Amok Time where Kirk and Spock have to fight to the death. So live long and prosper Mr. Nimoy and your character Spock. We will miss you!
* February 25, 2015 *
Haiku Contest Winner!
Congrats to HeavensWarlock for winning the VF Haiku Contest!

You won:
$50 Gift Certificate to the VampireFreaks Store
Plus 1 year premium membership.

More contests coming soon, let us know if you have any contest theme requests! :-)
* February 24, 2015 *
New Single from Valerie Gentile
New Single "Fuck Yes" from our friend ValerieGentile posted on her VF Profile!
She's a newer electronic act local to NYC and she sounds promising!
Valerie Gentile - producer, vocals, synths, lyrics
Shane Allen Hall - composer, synths
Filip AbbeyNex - mixing, guitars, programming, synths
Michael A. Judeh - digital editing
Jesse F. Keeler - mastering

ValerieGentile on VF
* February 24, 2015 *
VF NYC Meet-Up! [This Saturday, Feb 28th]

Attention all VampireFreaks in NYC, NJ, PA and CT!
The VF NYC Meet-Up is this Saturday, Feb 28th! This is a great opportunity to meet other VF members with similar interests in a safe public environment. VF Meet-Ups in NYC usually get about 40 - 70 members so there is plenty of new friends you could make! There is no Fee to enter, food and drinks are discounted and all attendee's will receive a special discount to the Meet-Up After Party at Salvation where we'll be having our very own DJ AnnabelEvil spinning some of the great hits that you love hearing at Cybertron!
For Full Details and Directions: RSVP HERE

Check Out this awesome photo from our 2013 meet-Up!
Just a small taste of how packed it can get sometimes :-)

After Party

Salvation Special
Any and all members that attend the VF Meet-Up will be getting into Salvation for just $5.00!
We will stamp you with a VF stamp so that you can receive the discounted entry.

Add Salvation on VF

Add the man that brought you Salvation

* February 22, 2015 *
"Tonight Only" Page 23
* February 21, 2015 *
VF Models Sets!

Check out the newest work from our VF Models!

Psychara (with Friend, Mai) * VinobiaKnox

Click on the photo to view more of the same set!
* February 20, 2015 *
Vampirefreaks Invades Big Apple Comic-Con
We're joining forces with Mike Carbo's New York Comic Book Marketplace and Big Apple Comic-con to introduce the darker side of things to the comic, entertainment and cos-play world. We're very excited to be sponsoring four panels that include;
1) How to break into voice acting
2) Vampires vs. Zombies: The popularity and evolution of each monster and their place in our culture
3) The Dark Side of Romance: Why horror, monsters and fear are so titillating and how to harness "it".
4) Cos-play: Finding and building your people.

The event takes place March 7, 2015 at Penn Plaza in Manhattan and is expected to have over 10,000 attendees. If you're interested in being on one of these panels, or attending the event, go to the event page for tickets or contact me at Hope to see you there darklings!
* February 19, 2015 *
New Single From Blue Stahli
Brand new single posted by Blue Stahli, "Not Over Til We Say So"?
The song, which comes off of Blue Stahli's sophomore LP, "The Devil" features Emma Anzai of Sick Puppies on bass and backing vocals.
Check it out below:
* February 19, 2015 *
VF Models Sets!

Check out the newest work from our VF Models!

UndineLaVerve * Schok_p0p

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* February 16, 2015 *
The Forth Season of MTV's Catfish Needs You!
VampireFreaks: Wishing That Someone You Met Online Was With You For Valentine’s Day?

Let’s face it: Being alone on Valentine’s Day sucks, and it especially sucks when the person you do have keeps standing you up.

Did you meet someone online who keeps putting off finally meeting with you? Are you tired of hearing their excuses? Do they always have a reason they can’t meet you in person? Do they make up excuses for why they can’t hop on Skype or Facetime with you? Do you think they’re hiding something?

Or, are you keeping a secret from your Internet crush that you’re dying to confess? Whatever the reason, we can help. Season 4 of Catfish: The TV Show is back this month and our hosts want to help you finally meet your online love.

If you think it’s time to find out if your online relationship is true love, Nev and Max are here for you. Let us help!

See If Nev & Max Can Find Your Online Love Here:
Why all politicians should be paupersVermin wrote:
It's rare that I have anything positive to say about any politician, but I'll make an exception for this bloke- Uruguay bids farewell to Jose Mujica, its pauper president Whatever your own particular "shade" of politics, it's impossible not to be impressed or beguiled by Jose "Pepe" Mujica. There are idealistic, hard-working and honest politicians the world over - although cynics might argue they're a small minority - but none of them surely comes anywhere close to the outgoing Uruguayan president when it comes to living by one's principles. It's not just for show. Mujica's beat-up old VW Beetle is probably one of the most famous cars in the world and his decision to forego the luxury of the Presidential Palace is not unique - his successor, Tabare Vasquez, will also probably elect to live at home. But when you visit "Pepe" at his tiny, one-storey home on the outskirts of Montevideo you realise that the man is as good as his word. Wearing what could best be described as "casual" clothes - I don't think he's ever been seen wearing a tie - Mujica seats himself down on a simple wooden stool in front of a bookshelf that seems on the verge of collapsing under the weight of biographies and mementoes from his political adversaries and allies. Books are important to the former guerrilla fighter who spent a total of 13 years in jail, two of them lying at the bottom of an old horse trough. It was an experience that almost broke him mentally and which shaped his transformation from fighter to politician. 'Inner strength' "I was imprisoned in solitary [confinement] so the day they put me on a sofa I felt comfortable!" Mujica jokes. "I've no doubt that had I not lived through that I would not be who I am today. Prison, solitary confinement had a huge influence on me. I had to find an inner strength. I couldn't even read a book for seven, eight years - imagine that!" Given his past, it's perhaps understandable why Mujica gives away about 90% of his salary to charity, simply because he "has no need for it". A little bit grumpy to begin with, Mujcia warms to his task as he describes being perplexed by those who question his lifestyle. "This world is crazy, crazy! People are amazed by normal things and that obsession worries me!" Not afraid to take a swipe at his fellow leaders, he adds: "All I do is live like the majority of my people, not the minority. I'm living a normal life and Italian, Spanish leaders should also live as their people do. They shouldn't be aspiring to or copying a rich minority." Jose Mujica is outspoken and sometimes brusque, but he can afford to be so. Uruguay is often referred to as the most liberal country in South America. As economic and political turmoil threaten to engulf the neighbouring giants of Brazil and Argentina, this country of just three million people certainly feels like a refuge. Controversial policies Mujica leaves office with a relatively healthy economy and with social stability those bigger neighbours could only dream of. Mujica's underlying principles are still socialist but he's a man who has mellowed with age. Some of the most controversial political initiatives from his five years as president - like the legalisation of abortion and cannabis - were done for pragmatic as much as ideological reasons. "Marijuana is another plague, another addiction. Some say its good but no, that's rubbish. Not marijuana, tobacco or alcohol - the only good addiction is love!" says the man who in 2005 married his long-term partner and former co-revolutionary, Lucia Topolansky. "But 150,000 people smoke [marijuana] here and I couldn't leave them at the mercy of drugs traffickers," he says. "It's easier to control something if it's legal and that's why we've done this." Mujica, who is sometimes described as the "president every other country would like to have," dismisses all the adulation and attention with a waft of his hand but he is not leaving the stage just yet. "I have no intention of being an old pensioner, sitting in a corner writing my memoirs - no way!" he barks at me with a grin. "I'm tired of course, but I'm not ready to stop. My journey's ending and every day I'm a little closer to the grave." Maybe so, but this enigmatic leader remains an inspiration to many and is a reminder that politics is meant to be a humble and honourable profession. God speed, you magnificent bastard.

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