The Vampire in Science Fiction Film and Literature

Paul Meehan

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The Vampire in Science Fiction Film and Literature

The Vampire in Science Fiction Film and Literature By Paul Meehan The Vampire in Science Fiction Film and Literature Vampires have been a popular subject for writers since their inception in th century Gothic literature and later became popular with filmmakers Now the classical vampire is extinct and in its pla

  • Title: The Vampire in Science Fiction Film and Literature
  • Author: Paul Meehan
  • ISBN: 9780786474875
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Vampire in Science Fiction Film and Literature By Paul Meehan Vampires have been a popular subject for writers since their inception in 19th century Gothic literature and, later, became popular with filmmakers Now the classical vampire is extinct, and in its place are new vampires who embrace the hi tech worlds of science fiction This book is the first to examine the history of vampires in science fiction The first part considersVampires have been a popular subject for writers since their inception in 19th century Gothic literature and, later, became popular with filmmakers Now the classical vampire is extinct, and in its place are new vampires who embrace the hi tech worlds of science fiction This book is the first to examine the history of vampires in science fiction The first part considers the role of science and pseudo science, from late Victorian to modern times, in the creation of the vampire, as well as the sensation fiction of J Sheridan Le Fanu, Bram Stoker, Arthur Conan Doyle and H.G Wells The second part focuses on the history of the science fiction vampire in the cinema, from the silent era to the present More than sixty films are discussed, including films from such acclaimed directors as Roger Corman, David Cronenberg, Guillermo del Toro and Steven Spielberg, among others.
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    1. Stewart Stafford on said:

      I was looking forward to this book and was a little disappointed While it does list some obscure books and movies related to vampires that you will want to check out, most of the book is taken up by the author lazily relaying entire plots without spoiler warnings of dozens of books and movies I could go on if I wanted to read the plot of something I had to skip ahead sometimes to avoid finding out crucial twists and wanted to hear of the writer s opinion I found my attention wandering and that [...]

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