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Sunday, May 13, 2007

Imaginary Girlfriend: Natassia Malthe

I'm stealing an idea from RPP, who stole it from someone else. I can't guarantee there'll be regular updates or anything. You know the health situation. Anyway, here's my first imaginary girlfriend.

Natassia Malthe, with whom I fell madly in love while watching "Vampire Wars: Battle for the Universe." Natassia plays Quintana, a mind-reading, ass-kicking half-vampire/half-human hybrid in black leather.

You've gotta love the fangs. I think I spent too much time covering lesbian vampires for my undergraduate honors thesis. But here she is in normal human form:


Blogger reasonably prudent poet said...

your fantasy girlfriend is NO MATCH for my fantasy girlfriend.

and also, here are your interview questions. thanks for your participation:

1.) who was your first love?

2.) you can go back to school again, totally free, any school you want, you can study ANYTHING regardless of prerequisites: what would you study?

3.) woody allen has a great short story (called, i think, the kuglemas incident) in which his character is able to enter the world of any novel -- his character enters madame bovary and... then... enters madame bovary, if you know what i mean. what novel's world would you visit if you could?

4.) if you could go into space in a craft of some kind, and you'd be guaranteed to reach another solar system with intelligent life, but you would never be able to return to earth: would you do it?

5.) if you could ask any question in the universe, no matter how complicated or esoteric, and the magic-question-answerer would give you the correct answer, what would you ask?

10:41 AM  
Blogger Melinda Barton said...

PLEASE! Fangs! Okay, she has fangs!

12:31 PM  
Blogger Stacey said...

Is the subject of lesbian vampires vast enough to warrant an entire thesis? I'd think that when one large and one extremely small subculture collide, the information about them would barely fill a Wikipedia page.

But what do I know. I belong to no subculture; I am the man.

9:30 PM  
Blogger Melinda Barton said...

It was only PART of the thesis, which was on the representation of alternative lifestyles in post-Stonewall mainstream American cinema. So there.

5:03 AM  
Anonymous Mike-cons of Fright said...

Aww, I got a chance to meet her and conduct a short interview to help her promote the new Bloodrayne movie. Check it out:

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