Abraham Lincoln's political career, the Civil War, slavery in The South--conspiracy theorists have been saying it for over a century, and now Seth Grahame-Smith's thinly-veiled novel, plus Tim Burton's twisted interpretive prowess, are splattering the truth in macrocosm across movie screens nationwide. The truth? America was shaped by vampires, and Honest Abe single-handedly altered the course of our nation's future as their pawns. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter hits theaters in gut-wrenching, blood-draining 3D on June 22, 2012.
When a sinister blood vacuum took Honest Abe's mother to settle his father's debts, so began young Lincoln's lifelong crusade towards undead annihilation. In his younger life, he wielded stakes, a signature axe, and a behemoth frame. When he matured, political power and strategic offenses became his weapons of choice. Proclamations, laws, fires, indeed an entire war, were set in motion to rid this country of the devil's spawns. Abe led the charge. But was he successful? You and I walk in the sun, toss back a few brews on Sundays, enjoy the occasional fine meal at The Cheesecake Factory. Life is good. But Abe was assassinated. And small dogs and hikers still go missing all the time. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is the true story you've never heard. About American history. About America today.