You guys. Last night I watched a movie called 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter'. In the movie, before he becomes the president of the United States of America, Abe pursues the sacred calling of a vampire slayer. Building on the skills he picked up while working as a railsplitter and driven by a desire to avenge his mother's death at the hands of a vampire, he secretly trains and develops praeternatural strength, perceptions and fighting abilities. In the movie, vampires are confederates, and have a vested interest in slavery. I think the movie may have been some kind of metaphor, but I'm not sure. My guess is it wasn't exactly historically accurate, but it's hard for me to say because I honestly don't know that much about US presidential/civil war history or politics. Whatever the case, super psyched for the movie where Nelson Mandela, while pretending to be a boxer, adopts the super hero persona 'The Black Pimpernel' and secretly trains to defeat the witches, zombies and amatokoloshe who are masterminding Apartheid.