NEWS: Philly Chick Pictures launches Ms. Vampy’s ‘Love Bites’

Experience can be a tricky thing, especially since it seems to function backwards. In some cases, unless you are a quick learner or are granted that famous second chance (or third… or fourth), it might even seem totally useless. The universe – or god, or the gods, depending on what you chose to believe in – is making an elaborate joke at your expense by giving you full insight into matters and providing the perfect solution only after you have already messed it up to the point of no return. How col would it be to have a time machine for as many do-overs as you need to get it right? Or a 110 year old vampire who can give you the advice you need to get it right the first time? Ms. Vampy might just be that Vampire. Come on in and check out her new show ‘Ms. Vampy’s Love Bites’.
Love bites and sometimes sucks. Although we are almost certain the use of the word in Brooke Lewis’ new show ‘Ms. Vampy’s Love Bites’ is a reference to a different meaning of the word, the one that involves fangs, there is a natural connection between Vampires and matters of the heart – one that does not involves stakes, mind. Being over a century old while having stopped aging at, let’s say, 25, has it’s perks. It allows you to maintain an active love life (never mind the accidental casualty every once in while), and pile up a ton of experience how to get into a well working relationship – or out of one that doesn’t really pan out the way you were hoping for.

Vampylicious Ms. Vampy, who recently went back to school and is now a life coach and dating expert, is currently back in action in the studio and about to launch her new interactive Love and Dating advice online show Ms Vampy’s ‘Love Bites’. What do we learn from that? For one, you can never be too old to learn something new, you should avoid wooden stakes best you can, and, as far as matters of love and dating are concerned… Well, you’ll have to watch the show for that last one.

Ms. Vampy’s ‘Love Bites’, produced by Matt Raub and Brooke Lewis, directed by Staci Layne Wilson and lensed by Matt Raub, airs starting November 11, 2013, on Ms. Vampy’s Official Website.

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