This Swedish novel already enjoys success in book sales, two film adaptations and a stage production and this latest effort is by the National Theatre of Scotland. 180 more words
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Let the Right One In has earned acclaim as a vampire film that manages to be original and doesn’t glamorise vampirism. While it’s definitely one of my favourite vamp movies, I want to talk about the incredibly sensitive and empathetic way that it treats childhood. 520 more words
There must be some strange alchemy to John Ajvide Lindqvist’s cold-skinned, warm-blooded vampire novel. Transformed into a truly masterful Swedish film in 2008, that even when remade by Hammer Studios two years later still retained so much of its queasy, mesmeric power. 571 more words
DRIFTING SEETHING POETRY AND HORROR: A VAMPIRE AT THE COURT
Unless you have spent recent years hiding (perhaps wisely) from teenage girls, you know that they have had their white little teeth firmly fixed in assorted novels about the emotional problems of vampires. 443 more words
A top 5 look at the best on screen female kid fighters to celebrate the release of The Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire. My first article written for Cinema Chords!