Previous Hey, you ever wanna feel really fucking depressed? Try reading Prince Lestat and then coming back to this book. Nothing like remembering the later books turn Lestat into a remorseless rapist who bends every character in the plot to his whim, thus ensuring that no one will […]
Some rascally kids spend two years locked in an attic and get up to good, wholesome fun. Really though, we’re talking about a VC Andrews story. So….heads up for discussion of sexual assault, child abuse, and incest. Links below the cut.
Previous I’m hiding from the world for another week in the trashpire book. Which worked really well until the thinly veiled rape metaphor came up. So….heads up for that.
Previous Things are terrifying right now, I know. I’m scared too, and I can’t make the threats coming down the pipe go away. But I can try to distract you with some queer, trashy vampires, and I intend to give that my all.
Interview with the Vampire Recap It’s time to talk about Lestat. You remember Lestat, don’t you? The one who came up out of nowhere to take these books in a completely different direction, the one who eventually could do no wrong? We’ll be covering a slightly shorter segment […]
Welcome to Trash & Treasures! We rescue the movies others throw away. As I toil away on Gankutsuou – posts apparently determined to be difficult to write in a manner proportional to my love for the series – I wanted to take this moment to share an exciting […]
Previous Things come to an end of sorts, as they must. But this is not a happy story.
Part Five: In Which Favorites Are Blatantly Played Previous In which the end is nigh, but not quite so nigh as previously assumed.
Part Four: Love Triangles Always Seem to Start With a Redhead Previous When last we left off, the apartments on the Rue Royale were in flame (which is an alarmingly frequent outcome when Louis is involved with domestic disputes) and Louis and Claudia had fled for their lives. […]
Part Three: We Have to Name a New Complex for This Level of Dysfunction Previous When last we left our deeply dysfunctional vampires, Lestat had dramatically told Louis that he simply couldn’t leave – what about their child? The little five year old near-plague victim that Lestat turned […]