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Vampires and other monsters in cinematography

Ever since the first films, the horror genre became popular very quickly. People love to feel the thrill and excitement they get from scary horrors. It is the similar excitement you can get after some stunning extreme porn games. The audience has always had a thing for vampires and other creatures of the night. They provoke fear, but there is also something capturing about them. Bram Stoker’s Dracula is one of the most famous vampires in the world and there are so many films depicting his undead life. The legendary Bela Lugosi was the one who made us fall in love with this vampire and understand the romantic and poetic background of this thrilling character. He had a title of the master of horror, and he certainly made a huge impact on the horror cinematography, creating a path that so many actors have followed since. Before him, another vampire was making the fans fearful of the dark, and that was Nosferatu. Nosferatu was based on the Stoker’s Dracula, and the film was mainly adapted from the book, with the change of names and some of the plot. It became one of the first cult films, creating a colony of fans all over the world. So many people were fascinated by this vampire and the famous shadow scene. It really makes you wonder what can be found in the darkest of the nights.

Another petrifying creature has also been frightening the fans of scary films – a werewolf. The idea of a man turning into a wolf has been present for centuries, but it became a popular topic in the previous century. So many films were revolving around the idea of a wolfman. The werewolves are a part of so many European countries’ folklore, along with the vampires. The first film about the werewolves was ‘Werewolf of London’ from 1935 and ‘Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man,’ from 1943, was the first to introduce the idea of the full moon turning a man into a wolf. Unlike the vampires, the movie creators didn’t have many written books about werewolves, and they had to explore Slavic and other European stories and tales of this fearful creation. Nowadays, vampires and werewolves are still a thing, and so many TV shows and film sagas were inspired by these ghastly characters. From ‘Twilight’ and ‘The Vampire Diaries’ to ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ or ‘The Dark Shadows’, the retro films have inspired a whole genre of gothic romantic cinema and there are so many hooked up fans of all ages. Only realistic monster sex games can make you feel that excited. Modern films have the best technology to create various realistic special effects, but the old films capture your breath with exquisite acting and eerie music. It is no wonder so many of the first films were horrors, as people like to be scared and amused at the same time.

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