This week's Lost Girl was sort of a monster of the week, sort of getting the band back together, sort of softcore porn – all of which has me hoping the show has found its soul again.
Normally, summoning a succubus is a recipe for sexy doom, but the demon teenaged Teddy accidentally binds himself to is Chloe Love, a succubus with a soft heart. She makes it her mission to save Teddy's soul the only way she can—by getting him a girlfriend.
In the Lost Girl season finale, Isaac reveals the details of his sinister scheme: he wants humanity to ascend to a new level of terrible acting.
On Lost Girl, Bo and Kenzi get a taste of suburban hell and we finally find out what Kenzi smells like.
Linda Hamilton guest stars on Lost Girl while Bo and Kenzi go undercover at a summer camp for juvie malefactors to hunt down Man-Thing.
There many, many contenders for "most camptastic vampire movie of all time," and many of them hail from the late 1960s and 1970s, when vampsploitation was huge. One of our particular favorites is Vampire Playmates, aka The Devil's Nightmare, aka Succubus.
Vampires, zombies, and werewolves have dominated horror movies for some time now. Looking for a new monster to chill you to your core? Here are some less-used beasties that deserve a shot on the big screen.