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An Analysis of Popular TV and Movie Vampires

By Rhett Withey Posted on October 14, 2013

 

Nosferatu, Count Orlok – 1922

  • Has a reflection.
  • Has shape shifting abilities.

Dracula, Count Dracula – 1931

  • Has shape shifting abilities.
  • Requires an invitation to enter.

Dracula, Count Dracula – 1979

  • Has shape shifting abilities.
  • Requires an invitation to enter.

Interview with a Vampire: Louis de Pointe de Luc – 1994

  • Has a reflection.
  • Despises his vampire urges.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel – 1997

  • Requires an invitation to enter
  • Can day walk.

Twilight, Edward Cullen – 2005

  • Has a reflection
  • Can day walk.

True Blood, Eric Northman – 2008

  • Has a reflection.
  • Requires an invitation to enter.
  • Affected by silver.
  • Retractable fangs.
  • Drinks synthetic blood.

Vampire Diaries, Damon Salvatore – 2009

  • Has a reflection
  • Requires an invitation to enter
  • Can day walk.
  • Retractable fangs.

 

Kid-Friendly Vamps:

  • Count Chocula was created as one of the original General Mills monster-themed breakfast cereals.
  • “The Count”, a famous Muppet character on Sesame Street was modeled after Bela Lugosi’s interpretation of Count Dracula.
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