There’s a Nosferatu remake in the works. Or, there will be if you’re prepared to fund David Fisher’s Kickstarter project, “Nosferatu — The Feature Film Remix.” Doug Jones is slated to star, but should this film be made?
How time flies. It’s already been 20 years since “Interview with the Vampire” was released. To commemorate the occasion, we’ve gathered 20 interesting 20 facts about the film; some you might know, others you might not.
Radio horror host, Chris Denmead, has an interesting project in the pipleline he’d like you to fund: a Dracula sex change. What if Stoker’s characters had their genders swapped? That’s the idea behind Denmead’s film idea.
Vampires don’t reflect in mirrors—that’s vampire lore 101. But is it accurate? Where did it come from? Andy Boylan briefly explores its appearance in books, TV and film—and discusses a clever twist twist on the trope.
I asked her if she’d seen it. “Nope,” she said . . . Someone who’d never seen the film [and] knew little about it. Of course—a chance for an unbiased review! Was I alone thinking it wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be?
Anthony . . . set some conditions for writing [this review]. I wasn’t allowed to read any reviews, look it up on IMDB or blogs, or even peek at the comments section on YouTube posting. He wanted virgin eyes for this one!
I have a shameful confession to make: my novel started off life as a screenplay and . . . many of the works that inspired its creation were movies! I know, I feel terrible, but I’m glad to finally get it off my chest.