has anyone else watched bram stokers dracula?
its based on the infamous historical vlad the impaler, who supposedly impaled his victims of war, with a large pike and then used to remove limbs and drain of blood when he had guests and then eat and drink them in front of these guests as a warning as such to anyone who may want to ' go up against him' a true vampire in his own right i believe.
well the film depicts him as a kind, loving man devoted to country and faith, let down by both and forced into eternal darkness, but through out all the gore and death he still maintains his charming, secretive, hypnotic, mysterious rapore which is what i find so 'attractive' about vampires, a true vampire isnt all blood and murder, they are about dark, secrets, allure, passion, uniqueness, skulking... i cant really explain it in words but they have a certain 'pull' about them that makes the idea of being one so fascinating.
i really do recomend the film to all, and stand by all it represents! a true vampire film!
interview with a vampire is again a brilliant film but i believe that bram stokers tops it!
this film portrays a more likeness to vampires.