Train To Busan On Netflix: Ranking The Korean Zombie Movie’s 12 Most Shocking Scenes – GameSpot

Zombie movies have been a huge part of the horror genre for a long time, but the last decade has seen more undead TV and movies than ever before. The huge success of The Walking Dead brought flesh-eating zombies into the mainstream, but with zombies seemingly everywhere, it's been increasingly difficult for filmmakers to find something interesting and new to do with the undead.

But that's not to say there aren't still inventive and successful zombie films being made, and 2016's Train to Busan is one of the best recent examples. It was directed by South Korean filmmaker Yeon Sang-ho, and was a massive hit in his homeland, where it became the highest-grossing film of 2016. It currently stands as the 14th most successful South Korean movie of all time, and in the US, it was released to rave reviews and can now be found on Netflix.

Train to Busan's basic set-up is familiar--a biological leak from a factory causes an infection that turns people into running, snarling, flesh-eating zombies. As the title suggests, the action is set almost entirely on a high-speed train, allowing Sang-ho to create some exciting, scary, and inventive horror sequences. The relentless pace and thrilling action were matched by an impressive level of characterization, with the cast of characters you actually care about and some moments of genuine emotional power.

An animated prequel titled Seoul Station was released in 2017, and later this year, the much-anticipated live-action sequel Peninsula arrives. From the trailers released so far, it looks like this follow-up will expand the scope of the first movie, and we can expect it to be every bit as exciting, gory, and action-packed as its predecessor. So while we wait for Peninsula to arrive, you can watch the original Train to Busan on Netflix, and check out our ranking of the movie's wildest, scariest, and craziest scenes.

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Best bizarre scary movie on Netflix: Tusk or In the Tall Grass? – cleveland.com

By Claudia Dimuro

Some people get their thrills from roller coasters; others from skateboarding. Then there are those who dabble in films of the horror variety, reveling in jump scares and the mental and emotional turmoil that follow after. If you find yourself recognizing yourself in this description, then boy, do we have two movies on Netflix for you. The first is Tusk, a Kevin Smith film that takes body horror to a whole new level. Then theres In the Tall Grass, a Stephen King-Joe Hill collaboration thats more twisty than a twister. Which are you watching?

What do you get when Kevin Smith creates a film revolving around a smarmy podcast host that gets slowly tortured and turned into a huge walrus by a complete psychopath? Tusk, is the answer to that. If you think that summary is a weird enough concept to begin with, just wait until you watch the movie.

Tusk may have a cast full of familiar faces such as Justin Long and Haley Joel Osment, but dont let that lull you into a false sense of comfort. You wont be OK after this movie. Like, for real.

Stephen King is a name associated with spine-tingling tales that have haunted generations. Then theres his son Joe Hill, whos keeping the tradition alive. Together, theyve created creepy masterpieces such as In the Tall Grass, which was adapted into an unsettling Netflix film in 2019. Its so unsettling, in fact, youll second guess stepping on to a lawn that hasnt been mowed in a couple of weeks.

In the Tall Grass is the story about Becky (Laysla De Oliveira), a forlorn soul travelling with her brother (Avery Whitted) to the adoptive family of her unborn child. On the way they hear voices crying in some tall grass crying for help, entering into a hellish experience that sadly has Patrick Wilson as a still sexy but unfortunately mustachioed psychopath. Enjoy your sleepless nights!

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10 Crazy Facts You Need To Know About The Ted Bundy Film, The Stranger Beside Me – Screen Rant

The Stranger Beside Me is the chilling story of author Ann Rule and her relationship with Ted Bundy, who unbeknownst to her, was a serial killer.

The Stranger Beside Me isn't just anyother scary movie based on a true story.The film is based on the first bestselling book by Ann Rule, who was unknowingly friends with Ted Bundy during his killing spree. The 2003 version might not be one of the best murder mysteries ever, nor does the filmfollow the actual murder victim's storylines.

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For instance, Ann Rule's account of what happened is obviouslyimagined when it comes to the scenes where Ted Bundy is alone with his victims. For those that are curious, there are a fewtrue crime documentaries on Huluthat talk about what really happened.

The Stranger Beside Me is based on a book by the same name. Ann Rule, the author of the book, once worked with Bundy at a call center in the 70s.

However, she didn't start writing the book until she started to piece together that it might be her friend Ted who was responsible for the killings. Even though she started writing the book during that time, the movie isn't filmed likea typical70s crime movie.

Before Ann Rule became famous, she used to write under the pen name "Andy Stack," but after The Stranger Beside Me became a bestseller, practically everything Ann Rule wrote was gold.

Throughout her career, she had five bestsellers, withTheStranger Beside Me beingthe first and most memorable. The best part is all35 books that werepublished were published under her real name.

The title of the book isn't one of the most misleading movie titles, but once you realize the story is about Rule's friendship with Ted Bundy, it really makes one think about how frightening it is to think that you could know someone, only to discoverthat they are the main suspect in a killing spree.

Not only did Rule s consider Ted a friend, but she also considered him to be misunderstood, whichis slightly problematic when considering the victims and their families.

Not only has Ann Rule discussed in great lengths how she met Ted Bundy while working in the same crisis call center together, but she has alsospoken about their shifts and how often they saw each other.

In fact, Ann Rule mentions that the very first thing Ted Bundy ever said to her was, "You think we can handle all this?" Rule's work goes on to humanize Ted Bundy, but it also stripes him of any credibility, which is seen in the film.

There are many details in the film which can be traced back or recognized as obvious reenactments. However, there are other times when it would have been impossible for Ann Rule to know what went on.

Some scenes, for instance, take place with Bundy and the victims, which Ann wouldn't have access to.Rule and the directors must have taken some creative libertiesfor dramatic effect.

The 2003 version of The Stranger Beside Me, starring Billy Campbell, was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award.

But there is a different film with the same title starring Tiffany Amber Thiessen, which came out in 1995 and didn't receive any nominations. Although they are not both horror movies, they are pretty decent psychological thrillers.

There are a few scenes that can be traced back to actual real-life footage. For example, much of the courtroom scenes where Ted Bundy defended himself is available to the public. However, in the film, Ted Bundy is far less unhinged as he was in real life.

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The film version of Ted seems like a jokester here, whereas the real-life Ted Bundy was a calculating, cold-blooded killer. Not only was Bundy more memorably bizarre in real life, the scene with the judge isn't as strong as the actual courtroom drama that unfolded.

Surprising to a lot of people is the fact that Ted Bundy was a father. During his trial, Ted Bundy managed to propose to Carole Boone, a woman who'd been fighting to clearhis name.

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During one of their conjugal visits, Tedgot Carole pregnant and she subsequently gave birth to a child named Rose. The movie doesn't detail any of the time Rose visited Ted in Jail or where she is now.

The book TheStranger Beside Me follows the friendship of Ann Rule with Ted Bundy. Still, the movie gives the viewer the impression that Ted Bundy was extremely interested in Ann Rule becoming a best-selling author.

Afew times in the film, Ted asks Ann about her book she's working on and mentions how Ann writes likeTruman Capote, afamous writer. Eventually, Ann Rule's book was made into a movie.

As mentioned above, before writing TheStranger Beside Me, Ann Rule was writing small pieces under the male pen name "Andy Stack."

Ann has been interviewed explaining that the reason she wrote under the name "Andy Stack" was that people weren't keen on publishing storieswritten by women. According to the film, Ted Bundy showed a great interest in those first stories,often complimenting Rule.

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Faizah Rajput is a writer from Los Angeles, California. She has her BA in writing from CSUSB and her MFA in writing from Otis College of Art & Design. When Faizah is not writing she is exploring various food stands around the city, in search of the world's greatest tacos.

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Study: Horror movie fans are coping with pandemic better than others – Micky News

The study was conducted by psychologist Coltan Scrivner at the University of Chicago and was later featured on the official website of Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture (ESIC).

Scrivners study, which has not been peer-reviewed, basically states that those folks who love watching movies about the collapse of society as we know it may possess the necessary resilience to cope with a real-life crisis, such as the ongoing coronavirus crisis right now.

What Scrivners research team did was not only ask more than 300 volunteers about their film preferences but also check their individual viewing histories before having them go through some additional probing questions.

As for the follow-up questions, they mainly revolve around how ready the respondents of the study thought they were in coping with the COVID-19 crisis.

The researchers also made a point to ask the volunteers about any anxiety, depression, level of irritability, and sleeplessness they might have experienced while the pandemic was going on.

The team then collated the data, and then made sure to control for age, gender, and personality characteristics (e.g. conscientiousness, neuroticism).

For good measure, Scrivners team also took into account what types of movies the volunteers liked and preferred to watch most of the time.

According to the studys results, fans of horror films, in general,appeared to be less negatively affected emotionally by the coronavirus crisis, as compared to those who have not disclosed a fondness for scary movies.

The results of Scrivners study also suggested that among the horror film fans, those who like to watch apocalyptic flicks were found to be more resilient and better equipped, both in terms of mental capacity and practical ability.

As told by Scrivner to the Guardian, those who watch apocalyptic movies are not only drawn to the story or plot, but are also, in a way, subconsciously rehearsing in their minds what they are going to do if they were put in a similar position in real life.

He further added that due to the fact that fans of horror films have seen societal collapse being portrayed on the big screen so many times, they are not caught off-guard as much as compared to average folks.

As additionally explained by Mathias Clasen, a psychologist from Aarhus University and one of the co-authors of the study, the subconscious rehearsal of troubled times is also a gift from natural selection, which basically granted humans a biological mechanism that harkens back to the days of our earliest ancestors, who arguably had plenty more things to worry about in their daily lives than we do today.

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Heres everything coming to Netflix in July 2020 and whats leaving – MarketWatch

Netflix Inc. is opening the content floodgates in July, with a little something for everyone, from teen romance to action-packed adventure.

Highlights include a new series adapted from the popular teen book franchise, The Baby-Sitters Club (July 3), starring Sophie Grace, with Alicia Silverstone as her mom; a reboot of the 80s hit docuseries Unsolved Mysteries (July 1); new seasons of the Finnish crime drama Deadwind (July 1) and the superhero series The Umbrella Academy (July 31); and Cursed (July 17), a take on the Lady of the Lake from Arthurian legend, starring Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why) and based on the acclaimed graphic novel from Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler.

Netflix NFLX, -1.80% also has a bunch of new movies, such as The Kissing Booth 2 (July 24), the sequel to the 2018 hit teen rom-com; The Old Guard (July 10), starring Charlize Theron as an unkillable mercenary protecting the mortal world, based on the popular graphic novel; and Fatal Affair (July 15), a domestic thriller starring Nia Long and Omar Epps.

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July will also be your last chance to watch some movie classics such as the Back to the Future trilogy, E.T. and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

July 1

AnneFrank: Parallel Stories

A Bridge Too Far

A Thousand Words

A Touch of Green: Season 1

A Walk to Remember

Abby Hatcher: Season 1

Airplane!

Ali

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

Charlottes Web

Clash of the Titans (1981)

Cleo & Cuquin: Season 2

Cloud Atlas

David Foster: Off the Record

Definitely, Maybe

Delta Farce

Donnie Brasco

Double Jeopardy

Fiddler on the Roof

Frida

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry

Killing Hasselhoff

Kingdom: Season 1-3

Lemony Snickets A Series of Unfortunate Events

Mean Streets

Million Dollar Baby

Paranormal Activity

Red Riding Hood (2011)

Schindlers List

Sleepless in Seattle

Sleepy Hollow

Spaceballs

Splice

Stand and Deliver

Stardust

Starsky & Hutch

Sucker Punch

Swordfish

The Art of War

The Devils Advocate

The F--k-It List

The Firm

The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid Part II

The Karate Kid Part III

The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

The Town

The Witches

This Christmas

Total Recall (1990)

Trotro

Winchester

Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt: Season 2 Netflix Family

Deadwind: Season 2 Netflix Original

Say I Do Netflix Original

Under the Riccione Sun Netflix Film

Unsolved Mysteries Netflix Documentary

July 2

Warrior Nun Netflix Original

Thiago Ventura: Pokas Netflix Comedy Special

July 3

The Baby-Sitters Club: Season 1 Netflix Original

Cable Girls: Final Season Part 2 Netflix Original

Desperados Netflix Film

JU-ON: Origins Netflix Original

Southern Survival Netflix Original

July 5

ONLY

July 6

A Kid From Coney Island

July 7

Dr. Seuss The Lorax

July 8

The Long Dumb Road

Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado Netflix Documentary

Stateless: Season 1 Netflix Original

What Is Love? Netflix Original

Yu-Gi-Oh!: Season 1

July 9

Japan Sinks: 2020 Netflix Anime

The Protector: Season 4 Netflix Original

July 10

The Claudia Kishi Club Netflix Documentary

Down to Earth with Zac Efron Netflix Original

The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants in Space Netflix Family

Dating Around: Brazil Netflix Original

The Old Guard Netflix Film

The Twelve Netflix Original

July 14

The Business of Drugs Netflix Documentary

On est ensemble (We Are One) Netflix Documentary

Urzila Carlson: Overqualified Loser Netflix Comedy Special

July 15

Dark Desire Netflix Original

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COVID Cruise-in movie series is all 80s movies for drive-in lovers – Medicine Hat News

By Alberta Newspaper Group on July 4, 2020.

The COVID Cruise-in IG Wealth Management outdoor movie series brings multiple 1980s films to the Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede Grounds for people to view from the comfort of their cars this summer.

The first film, Bill & Teds Excellent Adventure, plays tonight, Pulp Fiction on July 11, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark on July 18, Spaceballs on Aug. 8, The Secret of Nimh on Aug. 22, and Dirty Dancing will end of the films on Aug. 29.

All films will be viewed on a 50-foot screen.

We did a movie series last year, said Megan Nunweiler, marketing and events coordinator for IG Wealth Management.

This year is an extension of that. It is the COVID Cruise-in for this year. We just wanted a few nights in the summer where people can come and enjoy a movie outdoors and also practicing social distancing.

She felt the movies are important because it gives the community something to do this summer and to be outside.

Gate 3 opens at 8 p.m., she said. Were only allowed 150 cars for each night. They will be an assigned a spot to get a little chalk number on their windshield so we know how many cars we have in. We also have an online concession ordering so that they can make the order from their car.

Donations will be accepted for HALO on film nights.

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The movies are back and retro is on the menu, for now – The Canberra Times

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During the coronavirus lockdown, I'm sure I was not the only Gen-Xer to torture their children by making them sit through the movies of their youth. We were trapped together during a global pandemic and we may as well look back at a time that seemed infinitely sweeter and simpler. And it was an education for me, as well as them. First up was Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, released in 1968, three years before I was born, based on a book by 007 creator Ian Fleming, with a script by Roald Dahl and produced by the man who also made the James Bond movies, Albert "Cubby" Broccoli. It is a wild fantasy about a flying car and a father and his children on an adventure to rescue their grandfather from the far-off land of Vulgaria, where children are, in fact, banished. The movie is significant to me because I was forever scarred by the character of the Child Catcher. Played, I now realised, by Robert Helpmann, prancing around with a creepy, ballet dancer's grace, rounding up children from the streets of Vulgaria, the Child Catcher was, to me, pure evil. Of course, to my children, he was completely lame. Not. Scary. At. All. What was the fuss all about? (My adult self also chuckled over realising Benny Hill played the character of the kindly toy maker, not really up with British slap and tickle when I first watched it.) And while my kids weren't impressed, and it was a bit of a chore to watch, Chitty Chitty is still worth it for Dick Van Dyke's beautiful, physical comedy. And the infectious theme song. Next was Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the 1986 classic, directed by the master of teen comedies from the '80s, John Hughes. Ferris is carpe diem writ large. He wags school, coming up with series of ingenious ruses to get away with it. He takes along his girlfriend Sloane and depressed best friend Cameron for the best day ever, culminating in one of the most joyous scenes in movieland, Ferris lip-syncing The Beatles' Twist and Shout on a float in a parade. So far, so good. Except while Ferris was a hero to me in high school, to my now (kind-of) middle-aged self he was an annoying twerp. Much preferred the perennially cranky sister. Then friends told me about the online theory that the whole movie had taken place in Cameron's head as he tried to gain a sense of self-worth. Mind. Blown. Needless to say, this also went over my kids' head. They liked Ferris and thought it was good of him to try to take the blame for Cameron driving his father's prized Ferrari into a ravine. Okay, I'll give him that. I also watched Stand By Me, another classic from 1986, with my son who was a little young for it but loved the sense of unsupervised adventure it engendered, with four friends in the 1950s on a hike to find the body of a missing boy. In high school, my friends would quote the silly lines ("I don't shut up, I grow up and when I look at you, I throw up." "Chopper, sic balls.") All these decades later, I wept at rediscovering this beautiful tale of pure friendship between boys who had been abandoned, abused or ignored by the adults in their life. Boys who went on to become good, responsible adults. I revisit all this nostalgia because, this weekend, many of us will be back at the movies for the first time in months since the coronavirus shutdown. Perhaps unwilling to yet gamble too much with new Hollywood content before it's confirmed the cinemas will stay open, Hoyts is showing some gems from the 1980s such as Ghostbusters and The Goonies. That's a good enough reason to hide in the dark, go back a few decades and suspend reality for a couple of hours. Your kids might even enjoy it.

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During the coronavirus lockdown, I'm sure I was not the only Gen-Xer to torture their children by making them sit through the movies of their youth. We were trapped together during a global pandemic and we may as well look back at a time that seemed infinitely sweeter and simpler.

And it was an education for me, as well as them.

First up was Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, released in 1968, three years before I was born, based on a book by 007 creator Ian Fleming, with a script by Roald Dahl and produced by the man who also made the James Bond movies, Albert "Cubby" Broccoli. It is a wild fantasy about a flying car and a father and his children on an adventure to rescue their grandfather from the far-off land of Vulgaria, where children are, in fact, banished. The movie is significant to me because I was forever scarred by the character of the Child Catcher.

Played, I now realised, by Robert Helpmann, prancing around with a creepy, ballet dancer's grace, rounding up children from the streets of Vulgaria, the Child Catcher was, to me, pure evil. Of course, to my children, he was completely lame. Not. Scary. At. All. What was the fuss all about? (My adult self also chuckled over realising Benny Hill played the character of the kindly toy maker, not really up with British slap and tickle when I first watched it.) And while my kids weren't impressed, and it was a bit of a chore to watch, Chitty Chitty is still worth it for Dick Van Dyke's beautiful, physical comedy. And the infectious theme song.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. A bit of a slog to watch now.

Next was Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the 1986 classic, directed by the master of teen comedies from the '80s, John Hughes. Ferris is carpe diem writ large. He wags school, coming up with series of ingenious ruses to get away with it. He takes along his girlfriend Sloane and depressed best friend Cameron for the best day ever, culminating in one of the most joyous scenes in movieland, Ferris lip-syncing The Beatles' Twist and Shout on a float in a parade. So far, so good. Except while Ferris was a hero to me in high school, to my now (kind-of) middle-aged self he was an annoying twerp. Much preferred the perennially cranky sister. Then friends told me about the online theory that the whole movie had taken place in Cameron's head as he tried to gain a sense of self-worth. Mind. Blown.

Needless to say, this also went over my kids' head. They liked Ferris and thought it was good of him to try to take the blame for Cameron driving his father's prized Ferrari into a ravine. Okay, I'll give him that.

I also watched Stand By Me, another classic from 1986, with my son who was a little young for it but loved the sense of unsupervised adventure it engendered, with four friends in the 1950s on a hike to find the body of a missing boy. In high school, my friends would quote the silly lines ("I don't shut up, I grow up and when I look at you, I throw up.""Chopper, sic balls.")

Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Jerry O'Connell (pointing) and Corey Feldman in Stand by Me.

All these decades later, I wept at rediscovering this beautiful tale of pure friendship between boys who had been abandoned, abused or ignored by the adults in their life. Boys who went on to become good, responsible adults.

I revisit all this nostalgia because, this weekend, many of us will be back at the movies for the first time in months since the coronavirus shutdown. Perhaps unwilling to yet gamble too much with new Hollywood content before it's confirmed the cinemas will stay open, Hoyts is showing some gems from the 1980s such as Ghostbusters and The Goonies. That's a good enough reason to hide in the dark, go back a few decades and suspend reality for a couple of hours. Your kids might even enjoy it.

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Charlie Sheen celebrates 1 year of not smoking cigarettes, says he wishes he ‘never started’ – Armenian Reporter

dear @my lungs, it was one year ago TODAY, that i quit smoking ! hashtag YOURE WELCOME ! his tweet began.

CHARLIE SHEEN GOT SOBER FOR A SURPRISING REASON: I KNEW IT HAD BEEN TIME TO CREATE A CHANGE

In this April 11, 2013, file photo, Charlie Sheen, a cast member in Scary Movie V, poses at the Los Angeles premiere of the film at the Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles.(AP)

The actors tweet also included an admission of regret for ever picking right up a cigarette in the first place.

if i could go back in time and have NEVER STARTED, i would absolutely do so ! if you are on the fence about quitting, trust me; the sooner the better ! happy 4th ! Sheen concluded and also a picture of a cigarette.

Last December, Sheen reached couple of years of sobriety. Months prior, herevealedon Jay Lenos Garage what light emitting diode him to living a sober life style.

CHARLIE SHEEN CAN RELATE TO ROSEANNE BARRS TONE OF ABSOLUTE DESPAIR

About a year and a half ago, it just hit me that I knew it had been time to create a change andyou know, it didnt require some crazy rehab stint or even a shootout with the cops. It didnt require such a thing super-dramatic and crazy and front-page news, he told Leno at the time.

He previouslysaidon ITVs Loose Women that his children were a big reason for his new, clean life style.

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I couldnt get my daughter to an appointment that she had. I dont drink and drive ever, I have never had a DUI, Sheen said. I was like, Wow, I am not even responsible enough to be available for my childrens needs. The next morning I woke up and was like, Today is the day.

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Vampire Diaries Season 9: Release Date, Expected Storyline, Cast And Other Information – Auto Freak

Vampire Diaries has been one of the most beloved series. It finally concluded the show in 2016 after broadcasting for eight long spans, fans werent happy about this decision for sure, but all of the crew and cast were relieved since the series has been happening for a long time, and it had to be set to rest.

Let us talk about the rumors surfacing the net Vampire Diaries of about a season 9!

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Even though there are rumors on a variety of sheets concerning the resurgence, Considering that the second, theres nothing at all that our staff has familiarized regarding what is the launching day for its 9th interval. The production needs to boot off as soon when the founders have any planning for Season 9 as each small issue is back to ordinary after the Coronavirus pandemic. Our experts might wish that everything works out quickly once again; our team obtains a chance to look at our loved personalities. Much, no formal statement has been brought in about the season nine launch.

The Vampire Diaries reveals the story of Vampires. It begins when Elena feels attached towards him and matches Stefan on her first day in school she does not know that his brother Damon and Stefan are Vampires. Stefan, in the start and his thirst for blood, is a beautiful guy but also struggle and that he could kill people to nourish his desire with human blood. At the conclusion, Stefan sacrifices his life to ensure his brother and Elena can live happily ever after.

Season 9 is anticipated to have a cast, so therell be a brand new story, but if its going to be around Vampires, no doubt!

If we ever get a season 9 of Vampire Diaries in the future, we anticipate these cast members to return!

That is all till then continue reading for today we will keep fans updated on the most recent news about the near future of Vampire Diaries season 9!

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Lawyer: Man fatally beat father he thought was a vampire, AP reports – WJAC Johnstown

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