Vampire popularity continues. First, folks spent all that money reading about and then seeing those teen vampires in Twilight stories. These vampires pout and sparkle and hang out in fake daylight. There's also a teen werewolf in the mix. He doesn't have one strand of hair on his chest. Shirtless, his torso looks somewhat like a mall restaurant order of skinless chicken breast. But he's a werewolf. Go figure.
But with all that vampire popularity and the need for work for minority actors, it didn't occur to anyone in Hollywood to remake Blacula? What're you...kiddin' me? The late William Marshall rocked that rented After Six® evening wear as Prince Manuwalde, the African prince who rises from the dead to turn 1972 Southern California into his personal blood bank. Voodoo stirs him from the grave.