Fang-banger is a derogatory slang term used in the mythology of the True Blood television series. It refers to vampire groupies; men and women who are not only enraptured by vampire subculture, but willingly donate themselves to be fed upon by vampires. Fang-bangers often have sex with vampires as well and sometimes accept or offer money for the opportunity to have intercourse with a vampire.
Final Death is a term used in the Vampire: The Masquerade roleplaying game. It refers to the literal "final death" of a vampire wherein they are destroyed forever with no chance of resurrection.
"Final girl" refers to a character archetype often utilized in the slasher sub-genre. Also known as the "survivor girl", the Final girl is the would-be victim of a slasher who not only survives the assailant's attack, but is also responsible for defeating him. The psychology behind the Final girl trope implies that the woman can only defeat her opponent by adopting masculine characteristics and killing him with some sort of phallic symbol. The film Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon goes into great detail explaining what the Final girl syndrome is and how it applies to horror films.
(See Also: Final Girls)
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The first power is said to be linked to the Judeo-Christian faith in terms of both good and evil. The first of three supernatural abilities, the First Power is the power of resurrection. It is believed that Jesus Christ was the first to implement this power when he rose from the dead three days following the crucifixion. Practitioners of Satanism are also said to develop the First Power. In 1990, a serial killer named Patrick Channing used his knowledge of the occult to invoke the First Power and resurrect himself following his execution.
(See Also: The First Power (1990))
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A foreman is a person in charge of a particular department, group of workers, etc., as in a factory or the like. It can also refer to the member of a jury selected to preside over and speak for all the jurors on the panel.
Fright Night was the name of a fictional weekly television series featured in the titular 1985 vampire film Fright Night. The series was hosted by former horror movie actor Peter Vincent and showcased different vintage era horror films from the 1950s and 60s, many of which starred Peter Vincent himself. The show was a particular favorite of sixteen-year-old Charley Brewster and inspired him to seek out Peter Vincent's aide after crossing paths with an actual vampire.