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The indispensable, illustrated pocket guide to the world of vampire movies, from Nosferatu to A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.
Close-Ups: Wes Anderson
Close-Ups: New York Movies
When F. W. Murnau brought Nosferatu to the screen in 1922 he ushered in the bloody reign of cinema’s most venerable villain – the vampire. Nocturnal, fanged and insatiable for human blood, the vampire has infected the public consciousness like no other movie monster.
In this illustrated pocket guide, Charles Bramesco goes vampire hunting across a century of cinema, stalking around lonely Transylvanian castles, dusty New York apartments and rain-soaked Washington woods to discover why the vampire has become cinema’s most enduring villain.
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About the author
Charles Bramesco is a former staff writer for Rolling Stone and his work has previously appeared in the New York Times, The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, Forbes, The A.V. Club, Vulture, The Dissolve and Pitchfork. He lives in Brooklyn, he is a graduate of New Orleans’ Tulane University and his favourite film is Boogie Nights.