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Vampires in Pop Culture

11 Ratings: 3.7
The social effect of vampires in the media and how their prolific image has altered the cultural landscape.

   Since the Gothic literary trend that first established the vampire as a classical villain, the vampires of legend have evolved into media superstars. Today, social outcasts and members of the status quo alike have adopted the vampire as … see full wiki

3 reviews about Vampires in Pop Culture
review by . July 01, 2010
I have always been fascinated by the transformation of this creature in history and in pop culture today. It started out that they were something to fear...rising up out of the grave wondering mindlessly to feed. They lived on the underbelly of society, never to be talked about, only feared. They were the explanation when something went terribly wrong in town. They were the scape goats. After a while, they got transformed in something more supernatural, being able to shape shift and turn into mist …
Quick Tip by . August 09, 2010
Like it or not, the "dangerous sexuality leads to death" trope won't go away. Lets keep it sexy! PS. Why is this in "politics"? PPS. Thank you, whoever gave this the Aaliyah icon.
review by . June 05, 2009
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One of the most popular monsters ever to grace the silver screen perhaps is non other than the vampire. How the vampire has somehow managed to survive in the art world could very well be a great mystery but time has clearly proven the vampires have longevity indeed. No pun intended.      What makes the vampire the most feared yet respected monster in film today? Simply  re-visit the folklores or legend which have been prevailent in some cultures throughout Europe beginning …
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