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In the thirty-five years since The Vampire Film first appeared, new generations of filmmakers have constantly reinvigorated the genre. After this book's original in-depth introduction to the vampire myth and a review of the all the classic adaptations of Stoker's Dracula and Le Fanu's Carmilla including the narrative and visual traditions developed by Hammer in England and the Baroque stylists in Italy in the 1960s, this newest edition will track the form's evolution from such 1970s reinventions as Count Yorga Vampire and Blacula, The Hunger and Vampire's Kiss in the Eighties, Interview with a Vampire, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and the Blade series in the Nineties, through 30 Days of Night, I Am Legend and the Twilight and Underworld series in the first decade of the 21st century. All these films plus celebrated international examples such as Thirst and Let the Right One In, selected ultra-low-budget successes, and such hit television series as Buffy, The Vampire Diaries, and True Blood, are covered in this long-awaited, completely revised, expanded, and redesigned 4th edition that follows the vampire figures, both male and female, through the millennium and beyond. With its comprehensive filmography completely updated to include over 700 titles, The Vampire Film is more than twice as long and now in full color with almost 800 illustrations. More than ever, The Vampire Film is required reading for students, devotees, and new fans of the genre.
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This newest edition of The Vampire Film, now called The Vampire Film from Nosferatu to True Blood, has been updated and the typos from the earlier edition corrected. Professor Lampley, who wrote a review of the earlier edition (The Vampire Film from Nosferatu to Twilight) was of great help in correcting those typos.About the Author:
ALAIN SILVER (Los Angeles) wrote The Samurai Film, a dozen other books with James Ursini or Elizabeth Ward, including Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles, and co-edited six Readers on film noir, horror and gangster films. His articles have appeared in Film Comment, Movie, Wide Angle, anthologies on The Philosophy of Film Noir and Akira Kurosawa and the on-line magazines Images and Senses of Cinema. He has produced a score of independent feature films and forty soundtrack albums. His commentaries may be heard and seen on numerous DVDs discussing the classic period of noir, Raymond Chandler, and the gangster film. JAMES URSINI (Los Angeles) co-wrote The Noir Style, L.A. Noir, More Things than Are Dreamt Of, and director studies of David Lean, Robert Aldrich, and Roger Corman with Alain Silver. His other books include Modern Amazons, Cinema of Obsession, Femme Fatale and monographs on Bogart, Dietrich, Elizabeth Taylor, Mae West, and De Niro for the Taschen Icon series. He has been a producer on features and documentaries, and lectured on filmmaking at UCLA and at other colleges in the Los Angeles area.
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Book Description Limelight Editions, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0879103809