Tag Archives: Coppola

Love Song for A Vampire (2)

But then there’s also Annie Lennox’s ‘Love Song for a Vampire’ from Francis Ford Coppola’s Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the film which really cemented the figure of Dracula as romantic other and thus plays a central role in the development of … Continue reading

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UH ARTS: Vampires on Screen

The University of Hertfordshire is currently presenting BLOODLUST,  a vampire themed film event for October. The season should be of interest to all lovers of Gothic cinema. If you are one of our UH MA: Modern Literary Cultures students (who will take … Continue reading

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The Wild Evolution of Vampires, From Bram Stoker to Dracula Untold

Devon Maloney gives a brisk but useful survey of the changes in the image of the literary and cinematic vampire.

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