The 10 Weirdest Vampire Movies Ever Made

Sky Movies comes to BT TV, hell braces itself for cold snap

Sinead look like playground hijinks. Despite this, both recognize the growing threat of Virgin Media’s Netflix offering, which is why the pair have teamed up to offer Sky Movies via BT’s subscription TV packages. From October 26th, customers can subscribe to 11 Sky Movies channels in SD as well as on-demand content for an additional fee. It’ll all be done via existing Vision+ and YouView hardware, so there’s no need to buy any more gear, although HD-enthusiasts might just have to bite the bullet and sign up with Rupert directly. Show full PR text BT and Sky reach agreement to add Sky Movies to BT TV BT and Sky have signed a multi-year contract which will see Sky Movies made available through BT TV. BT will offer Sky Movies for a monthly subscription that customers can add to their existing BT TV package from October 26. The agreement means that BT will be able to offer its TV customers the option to bolt-on Sky Movies whether they are customers with the YouView box or the latest Vision + box. For Sky, the deal supports Sky’s growing wholesale content business. BT TV customers will be able to enjoy the latest movies across 11 Sky Movies channels, in standard definition, both as streamed live channels and on-demand for those with BT Infinity fibre broadband. For customers with regular BT broadband Sky Movies is only available on-demand. Sky Movies is the UK’s most popular subscription movies service giving access to over 700 different movies on demand including brand new exclusive premieres every week from major Hollywood studios such as Disney, Fox, Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros., and Universal. Sky Movies subscribers can choose from more of the latest and biggest movies first, at least 12 months before any online subscription service. Premieres in October include Argo, Django Unchained, Les Miserables and Gangster-Squad. Zero Dark Thirty and Life Of Pi will premiere in November. The agreement includes Sky Movies Premiere, Sky Movies Showcase, Sky Movies Greats, Sky Movies Disney, Sky Movies Family, Sky Movies Action & Adventure, Sky Movies Comedy, Sky Movies Crime & Thriller, Sky Movies Drama & Romance, Sky Movies Sci Fi & Horror and Sky Movies Select.

The 12 Weirdest Vampire Movies Ever Made

BT had complained to regulator Ofcom about Sky’s dominance in the pay-TV movie market and its tight grip on the exclusive first-run rights to major blockbusters. But the Competition Commission ruled last year that Sky’s dominance in the pay-TV market does not stifle competition. BT said today’s deal – which was sealed after three years of commercial wrangling – will be a “tremendous boost” to its film offering. It launches on October 26. It has yet to reveal how much customers will pay to watch Sky Movies over its YouView and BT Vision+ boxes. Eleven Sky Movies channels will be available to BT customers on a one-month contract, streamed live and also on-demand over the internet. BT already has the rights to show new movies on a pay-per-view basis, and customers can also subscribe to a library of about 200 films, although these tend to be older family favourites. Bu t the Sky tie-up means customers will be able to watch latest hits through a subscription service. However, unlike Sky customers, BT viewers will not be able to watch Sky Movies through mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets when on the move. BT did not reveal the value of today’s deal. Rob Webster, director of Sky’s commercial group, said: “We are pleased to extend the distribution of Sky Movies to BT TV customers. “Following the conclusion of commercial negotiations, BT’s customers can now enjoy access to the UK’s most popular subscription movies service. In helping even more UK homes enjoy Sky Movies, this agreement also supports our wholesale content business.” BT recently threw down the gauntlet to Sky when it launched free live Premier League action for football fans for the first time – if they buy its broadband starting at 10 a month. Today’s deal does not end a very public spat between the two firms, with Ofcom still deliberating on a complaint by BT about Sky’s alleged refusal to share its Sky Sports channels with it on “fair terms”. BT wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes to complement its own newly-launched sport offer.

BT strikes deal to show Sky Movies

This is actually a long held vampire origins myth, and also explains a vampire’s aversion to the cross and to silver (due to the 30 pieces of silver the Roman’s paid Judas for Jesus’s location). 7. Virgins Only Vampire Blood for Dracula (1974) Better known as Andy Warhol’s Dracula, this movie is the most completely bat shit, whack job vampire movie ever. Dracula is running out of blood in the country, so he moves to the city in hopes of finding more. But here’s the catch: He can only drink the blood of virgins. Which means there’s a lot of “are you a virgin” questions being thrown around. Meanwhile his assistant is boning his way through each potential meal for his master. It’s complicated. 8. Not a Vampire Vampire Vampire’s Kiss (1988) Want to feel dirty for weeks? Watch Vampire’s Kiss. A rich publishing executive (and all around dick) Cage goes home with a woman and is immediately CONVINCED that she has transformed him into a vampire. He then spends the rest of the movie trashing his apartment, harassing his secretary, donning fake plastic fangs and eventually bites some poor innocent girl.