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7 Reasons ‘Underworld’ Is Better Than ‘Twilight’
Wednesday, May 9 by

Advantage: ‘Underworld’

Selene
Top 9 Kick-Ass Women Onscreen
Monday, January 16 by

Do NOT let any of these women win in air hockey.

Fight!
The 5 Best ‘Underworld’ Fight Scenes
Tuesday, December 20 by

Werewolves and Vampires do not play well.

6 of The Scariest Movie Werewolves To Ever Howl At The Moon
Wednesday, December 14 by Frost

Vampires quake in their velvet pajamas when confronted with 6 of the scariest movie werewolves to ever howl at the moon. Coffin groupies get left behind as the furry merchants…

5 of The Hottest Movie Vampires to Ever Suck Blood
Wednesday, November 23 by BWalter

The hottest movie vampires to ever suck blood range from warrior to assassin to sex kitten to down right detestable monster (masked in hotness of course). Although some of the…

Kate Beckinsale Reprises Hot Vampire Role In ‘Underworld 4′
Friday, September 24 by

Pew pew! Pew pew pew!!
After Whiteout turned out to be a washout, Kate Beckinsale is ready to return to the Underworld franchise. The actress has officially signed on to reprise her role of Selene, the hot karate vampire she played in Underworld and Underworld: Evolution. She did not return for the third film in the series, Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans, otherwise known as Cliff-Sex: The Movie.
The search for a director is underway, as Len Wiseman will only return in a producer capacity. There's also no word yet on what outlandish sex location will be featured this time around. (Coming Soon)

Nathan Fillion Makes Joss Whedon Proud in Scene from ‘Castle’
Friday, October 23 by

Nathan Fillion finally has a hit that isn't a cult hit!  Well Castle isn't so much a hit as it is a procederial with a steady viewership.  Personally, I'm a big fan of the show, and as always, Fillion flaunts his wit and impeccable timing.  In the clip he makes his former boss proud by donning the Captain Mal duster from Firefly while referencing Buffy, and a little Underworld thrown in there for good measure.  And all in under two minutes!  I'm sure Whedon is beaming in between frowns due to Dollhouse's eminent death.