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Maud Tabachnik will be one of the guests on the program Ce soir ou Never presented by Frédéric Taddeï on France 3. Maud will speak about Tous are not monsters published in the Club Van Helsing collection during ‘an evening devoted to the suburbs.

It takes place live, in the second part of the evening and undoubtedly the event will not be very cathodic.

Electroclash at CVH!


Well, I’m taking advantage of Hugo’s absence on a mission in France, and I’m doing some repairs on something that tore my eardrums last night! I was in a club with Laurent Fétis , an adorable guy, who spins apple vodka when this thing hit the dancefloor … This bomb is the new single by Miss Kittin , and entitled Kittin is High , from the BatBox abum that I order you to legally download without delay! Yeah!

The Freak is Chic!


Britney dedicated this title to Hugo Van Helsing as a tribute to Xavier Mauméjean’s eponymous opus . After a long descent into hell, the star has finally resolved to appeal to Madonna , a great friend of our lawyer Zigor Side, to intercede with the Van Helsing Club so that its members free her from her demons … he business is underway and Big B. willingly lent his Hummer for the production of this clip!

Jacques Baudou as for him, did not hesitate to defend Freakshow! in The World of Booksdespite the threats of a lawsuit he had received the day before from the Morrison, Morrison & Dodd law firm . We thank the courageous journalist and publish his article:

Facts About Van Helsing

Van Helsing

Van Helsing is a movie that was released in the year 2004, and it was directed by Stephen Sommers. The main character would be Hugh Jackman, and he is the vigilante hunter of monsters, Van Helsing. Alongside him is Anna Valerious, played by Kate Beckinsale. It also stars Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham, Kevin J O’Connor, Schuler Hensley, Will Kemp, and more. It runs for 132 minutes, and it had a budget of 160 to 170 million $. It grossed over $300 million in the box office.

In the plot of the movie, it says that it was set in the year 1887 in Transylvania. Dr Victor Frankenstein Took the help of his assistant Igor and Count Dracula to successfully create a monster. Dracula happens to be a vampire and therefore kills Frankenstein to make sure that he can use the creature for his own purposes. An angry mob later stormed the castle of Frankenstein, and the monster is known to have fled to a windmill with the dead creator. The crowd later burns down the windmill, and we think that they destroy the monster with it. The story starts there. Van Helsing, one year later kills Mr. Hyde after a great brawl in Notre Dame in Paris. When Helsing then suffers from amnesia and then slays email on behalf of the Vatican City. He does this to get redemption from his sins. The story starts there.


I like this film. It features a lot of eye candy, a very likeable hero, a spooky setting and also tonnes of monsters. Honestly, what’s not to like?

The director basically goes all out and loves to pack action sequences after action sequences. He doesn’t happen to be someone who makes automatic Oscar-winning movie, but he makes a just good, likeable, fun and also the special effects are respectable. The monsters here have been impeccably done and my favourite, I would say is wolfman. They are scary looking, and they also look like walls. I personally feel they should be depicted in this way. I would say that there are action films, and there are some action films that do not let you catch your breath; this one is the latter.

Just like any other movie, there are some cheesy scenes and also some cheesy lines of dialogue. I believe they can be dismissed because the script isn’t bad at all. There are some very memorable lines and also somebody loveable scenes in this movie.

All I can say is that I enjoyed the film and unlike some reviewers, I do believe that a lot of people enjoyed it. It did kill at the box office. I feel that you Jackman happens to be one of my favourite parts of the movie, and he is amazing in everything; therefore, I am not surprised.