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Fun, and easy to imagine as a TV series

By Sarah Suleski, author of Sidonie

Aug 24, 2011: Malleus Maleficarum is a fun script-format adventure that is reminiscent of genre shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, and True Blood. It is very well-written and formatted, and the site layout is easy to navigate and features images that add to the story experience. The use of real actors hypothetically cast in the roles provides good mental images for the characters. The script format is really quick and simple to read—it’s very easy to conjure up a mental image of a TV show with all the requisite cuts, subtitles, and fade to black’s. The story is filled with colorful characters, exotic locations (well, perhaps only exotic if you’re not actually from Paris) and a healthy dose of witch-vs-vampire action. It’s perfect for fans of the above-mentioned TV shows . . . the only drawback I can see is that it treads pretty familiar ground for anyone who has grown weary of the vampire craze.

Personally, I will be going back for more.

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