Friday, 15 October 2010

FHM After Dark Special

Listen up men! FHM are once again spreading their exquisite taste in women, culture and the finer points of modern life with a brand new After Dark Special issue. This month's essential reading features an exclusive 16-page 'sexy vampire' showdown, covering the hottest totty from the current craze of vampire-related TV and film.

Ever wondered what 'Twilight' goody-two-shoes Angela Webber (Christian Serratos) looked like after hours (or, er, 'after dark')? Or 'True Blood' exotic dancer Natasha Alam? Well, luckily FHM have deemed it necessary to expose the vampire vixens' dark sides. And I mean really expose. They're so on the ball that they've even got Diora Bird from the latest vampire flick, '30 Days of Night: Dark Days', looking splendidly candid. Who said vampires were scary?

FHM - After Dark Special - out now

Now, you might think the whole vampire 'thing' is for teenage girls or creepy old men. And you'd be right. Luckily you won't be bored to tears with the finer details of tedious pseudo-moral quests and 3-way lover's trysts. Instead you'll be fed on strict diet of semi-clad vampire vixens in a variety of seductive poses. We wouldn't expect any less from the mag whose watershed Gail Porter moment still gets us all misty eyed and nostalgic. Oh, and there's not a Robert Pattinson in sight.

In addition to the above there will also be the usual range of excellent articles, comment, fun and whatnot. They don't just cover the babes  - there's plenty on fitness, fashion, music, film, health and games, all written in a style funnier than the Chuckle Brothers on laughing gas.

Resistance is futile, so head over to their website to buy FHM now or, if you want a taster, see exclusive content on Diora Baird.

And there you were thinking all I ever did was listen to ridiculously obscure music and twiddle my moustache...

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Anonymous said...

all three are very pretty ladies

Anonymous said...

Think I'll check it out this month - love the vampire girls! It's cool that they've gone for this rather than opting for traditional 'babes'.

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