A masked female vampire unmasks herself! — incl. a “celebrity reveal”

The last post for 2019!

In this one we have a real celebrity hiding underneath a very unusual mask. You most certainly will be surprised by the reveal πŸ˜‰

Finally watched a certain season of a certain TV show and found two great scenes for this blog.

In this scene one guy attacks some blood sucking vampires. One of them is fully masked (because of the dangerous sun that was still up earlier).


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And here is the video:

[Watch the video BEFORE you continue!]



Well, wasn’t that a really nice surprise?

The masked vampire is played by ….Demi Lovato!

I love her facial expresssion after the unmasking πŸ˜‰

Her mask is pretty interesting! Never seen such a combination of a leather hood/piece in combination with net-cloth.

Such a mask would be perfect for a long unmasking struggle! In my version she would have a secret identity.

The guy attacks her from behind and would rip the net-cloth more and more until her mouth is fully revealed. The unmasking would continue and he would slowly manage to pull the complete mask off her face while she desperate attempts to stop him.

Wanna know from which episode this is from?

Here you go:


What do you think of this scene?

Leave a comment below!

3 thoughts on “A masked female vampire unmasks herself! — incl. a “celebrity reveal””

  1. Nice Job. Can you include more gasmask content? I got one scene that have a great gasmask unmasking scene. Check out the first Resident Evil scene where the Umbrella containment unit first appeared

    • Thanks, yeah I am always on the lockout for gasmask scenes, since they fit to both of my blogs.
      I have seen that movie at least 5 or 6 times πŸ˜‰
      The Resident evil scene is ok for me, but very short. And since I have so much material right now for the blog, that would be on the the lower end of the list of things to post about.
      Thanks for the reco!


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