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Anne Rice, author of Interview With the Vampire, dies aged 80

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Anne Rice, the bestselling author of Interview With the Vampire, has died at the age of 80. The gothic novelist’s son, Christopher Rice, said in a statement on Sunday morning that Rice had “passed away due to complica...

Red Snow review – vampire comedy spreads Christmas cheer not chills

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Home Alone meets The Lost Boys in this trashy half-way entertaining Christmas vampire movie from director Sean Nichols Lynch; it’s a black comedy with some silly splattery gore. Lynch makes the most of a limited budge...

Dead & Beautiful review – slick vampire drama gets its fangs into the super-rich

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Black Mirror meets Succession in this arthouse-y psychological vampire drama, the story of five super-rich millennials – the bored, entitled offspring of global billionaires – who become vampires. The satirical dig he...

Blade review – Wesley Snipes is back in excitingly macabre vampire horror

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The first film in the Blade trilogy, made in 1998, is getting a re-release: Wesley Snipes is the implacable and massively ripped daywalker marching around in his shades and leatherised protective armour, slaying the v...

Night Teeth review – stylish Netflix vampire horror needs more bite

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There’s a frustrating dissonance to the pre-Halloween Netflix horror Night Teeth, slick packaging belying rotten innards. While the director, Adam Randall, finds inventive ways to break out of the drab Netflix visual ...

Climate of the Hunter review – intoxicating vampire flick from ‘Backwoods Bergman’

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If you’re an aficionado of Oklahoma’s DIY arts scene, you’ve likely heard of “the Flyover Fassbinder” AKA “the Backwoods Bergman” AKA musican-turned-film-maker, Mickey Reece. For everyone else: welcome to the party. T...

Boys from County Hell review – vampire horror-comedy is a bloody good laugh

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Demolishing an ancient cairn is definitely high on the list of things people in horror movies should never do. Especially when the one out in the field near sleepy backwater Six Mile Hill supposedly houses Abhartach, ...

How Vampire Weekend guided me into fatherhood

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Vampire Weekend has always been there for me. The evolution, on their first three albums, from the youthful naivety of campus life to late-20s world-weariness and existential angst, was in step with my own rhythms. Di...