The doomed are often a remarkably energetic and productive lot, especially when it comes to creating portraits of their personal horrors. Themes vary in intensity from slow self-destruction to grand devastation, but in vampirism the full spectrum of ghastliness may be covered. This is because the imbalance represents so much to so many. From the horrifying lore of the misty Carpathian mountains (fictionalized and rendered immortal by Bram Stoker) to the blood disease porphyria (causing photosensitivity, erratic... More >>>
John Malkovich's F.W. Murnau to Willem Dafoe's Schreck: Go easy on the "method acting." The crew's disappearing.