Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Waiting Sucks

I am all about vampires nowadays. I've read the entire Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer. Thursday nights are reserved for The Vampire Diaries. And, of course, Sundays is all about True Blood. HBO's True Blood enters it's third season on June 13 and the undead are as saucy as ever. It continues the adventures of telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse who pursues an affair with her vampire lover Bill Compton.

I first got into True Blood when my husband's friend loaned us his DVD set of Season One and I have been hooked ever since. Although, I still have two episodes left to finish up Season Two, I simply cannot wait for Season Three to begin. And my husband is hooked too!

But what is so good about it? USA Today sums it up perfectly,
"Sexy, witty and unabashedly peculiar, True Blood is a blood-drenched Southern Gothic romantic parable set in a world where vampires are out and about and campaigning for equal rights. Part mystery, part fantasy, part comedy, and all wildly imaginative exaggeration, [True] Blood proves that there's still vibrant life — or death — left in the 'star-crossed cute lovers' paradigm. You just have to know where to stake your romantic claim."
True Blood sucks you in with its depth of characters and great storytelling. How can you not get sucked in by Lafayette's antics, Tara's spunkiness, Eric's brooding manner or Bill's undying love for Sookie? It's a combination you should bewere of. True Blood is a series you can definitely sink your teeth into.

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