The indispensable pocket guide to the world of vampire movies, from Nosferatu to A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
When F. W. Murnau brought Nosferatu to the screen in 1922, he ushered in the bloody reign of cinema’s most venerable villain - the vampire. Nocturnal, fanged and insatiable for human blood, the vampire has infected the public consciousness like no other movie monster.
In this guide, Charles Bramesco goes vampire hunting across a century of cinema, stalking around lonely Transylvanian castles, dusty New York apartments and rain-soaked Washington woods to discover why the vampire has become cinema’s most enduring villain.
Close-Ups: Wes Anderson
Close-Ups: New York Movies
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