Vampires are here to stay
Abraham Stoker an Irish writer wrote a gothic novel called “Dracula”, which was released in 1897.The rest, as immortal vampires will attest, is history. Vampires have been around for ages since then and now very much part of popular culture.
Vamps who suck Blood together…
That was a big hit when released in theaters, the underworld series perhaps helped a lot of people shed their fears a bit when it came to vampires.With Kate Beckisale starring as the vampire who was fighting for her family and her survival against the ‘lycans’- an ancient breed of werewolves. In fact, this series explained their enmity with the werewolves
When Stephanie Meyer came up with the love story between a vampire and a human, little did she know that she was going to repaint the image of a vampire? All thanks to Edward cullentall, fair and handsome who looks like a Greek god, whose body glitters in the sun, who is fast and extremely strong and totally committed to his girl.
Count Dracula became one Hollywood’s most popular monsters. Other films that popularized the bloodsucking count’s exploits throughout the 19th century include “Horror of Dracula” starring Christopher Lee and “Bram Stroker’s Dracula”, with big stars like Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, Keanu Reeves and Sadie Frost in her first major film role.
In the last with Sarah Michelle Geller chosen by fate to kill the dead ones,” Buffy, the Vampire Slayer” gave a cute image to vampires. Characters like Spike and Angel were the “good as well as hot. The list is too long to list.