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The 10 best movie vampires

The 10 best movie vampires. By Simon Miraudo. This week, blood-sucking gladiatrix Selene (Kate Beckinsale) returns to cinema screens in Underworld – Awakening, the vampire franchise that – fittingly – can’t be killed. Perhaps its popularity should be credited to the cultural obsession with all-things-undead that has existed since Bram Stoker first penned the legendary […]

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I drink your bloodshake – Thirst DVD review

Thirst – Starring Song Kang-ho, Kim Ok-bin and Shin Ha-kyun. Directed by Park Chan-wook. Rated MA. By Simon Miraudo. It must be difficult for a filmmaker to make their mark in the vampire genre these days. I had assumed that surely every possible angle had already been covered by directors as diverse as Murnau, Herzog, […]

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Thirst – a vampire flick to send Twilight fans screaming!

source: traileraddict.com The English-language trailer for Park Chan-wook‘s South Korean flick Thirst has finally debuted online, and it promises to be a bloodier affair than perhaps any other vampire film we’ve ever seen. The film follows a priest who transforms into a vampire following an experimental vaccination. He begins an illicit affair with the wife […]

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Oldboy director cuts his teeth on vampires in Thirst

source: twitchfilm.com The first images from Park Chan Wook‘s upcoming vampire flick Thirst have been released by the Korean media. Most people will remember 2008 as the year of the vampire thanks to Let the Right One In, Alan Ball‘s television show True Blood and shudder Twilight. However, anyone who has seen Park Chan Wook’s […]

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