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by Alain Silver
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The Vampire Film book. In the thirty-five years since The Vampire Film first.
I had been waiting years for this fourth printing.
The 2010 release is the first update in almost 15 years. However, the format and scope of the book has remained fairly consistent as evidenced by its retention of a sole scholarly chapter (I define scholarly here to mean identifying specific sources). In chapter one, "Sources of Lore in Vampire Film," Silver and Ursini argue that the reason vampires and their tales hold such sway over us is because the legends informing these stories appear in almost all cultures of the world.
The Vampire Film: From Nosferatu to Twilight (Paperback). Alain Silver (author), James Ursini (author).
This revised and updated version of the original 1985 title covers the popular film genre from 1922's silent pioneer, Nosferatu .
This revised and updated version of the original 1985 title covers the popular film genre from 1922's silent pioneer, Nosferatu, to 1992's more turkey than bat Bram Stoker's Dracula. His articles have appeared in numerous film journals, newspapers, and online magazines. from UCLA and is a member of the Writers Guild of America west and the Directors Guild of America.
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Vampire Source Material Vampires began to emerge in popular fiction in the .
Vampire Source Material Vampires began to emerge in popular fiction in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, during which time Irish writer Bram Stoker’s 1897 vampire novel, Dracula, was written.
But the clan is far more than a motley assembly of twisted freaks.