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Wednesday August 17, 2005
04:46 AM

I am Legend && other vampire tales

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I am Legend is a great book, about a man who locks himself up in his house during the night, getting out during the day only to get more supplies, kill vampires and fix whatever they broke outside their house the night before that might help them get inside the one after.

Robert Neville drinks, eats, and listens to classic music.

How long can a man stand this sort of living?

And that's about it, when it comes to how much I'll be telling you about the story :-)

Speaking of it as a book, I must say it's a very good read, and if anyone cares to recommend me any other Richard Matheson's book(s) I'd be grateful for it :-)

So, speaking of vampires, vampire movies:

Blade trilogy: I kind of liked the first one; I though the second one wasn't as good; the third one? It really sucked...

Interview with the Vampire: Now *this* is an awesome vampire flick. Not to mention the great participations of Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Antonio Banderas, among others.

Underworld: Not bad. Action and all that... and werewolves! They're making a sequel, I'll probably see it.

Queen of the Damned: saw it yesterday. The first half of the movie is not very good... but then it gets a bit better, when Akasha and Lestat start having/showing more power.

Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens: A b/w movie, really old (1922). It's been a while since I saw it, but I liked it.

Shadow of the Vampire: The interesting things about this movie is... that it's about the filming of the previous one :-)

Vampires: It's a John Carpenter's movie. Need I say more? O:-)

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