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Enough of the vampires who stalk in paper and ink: we’re on to celluloid.
As a general rule, I will admit I find monsters of all stamps much more compelling when their form is restricted to my own imagining (with exceptions made for the creations of Guillermo del Toro, Terry Gilliam, and the late Jim Henson, whose bodies of work seem able to tap into the wordless things, dark and light, that dwell in the dreaming mind*). 1,341 more words
There was a time when I was depressed about how the vampire movies were being made. Byzantium was a relief in that case, and before that movie, there was another flick which brought a certain relief, but it was even more unknown and didn’t do much at the box-office either. 646 more words