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Let’s raise the stakes! 10 things to watch if you can’t get enough of vampires

BANG Showbiz Logo By Bang Showbiz of BANG Showbiz | Slide 1 of 11: The silent German film ‘Nosferatu’ was released on March 4, 1922. Count Orlok, who the plot centres on, was cinema’s first entirely cinematic vampire. Since then, we haven’t been able to get enough of vampires and it often seems like film and TV has been taken over by the blood suckers. So, on the anniversary of ‘Nosferatu’s’ premiere, here are 10 fangtastic vampire films and shows to get your teeth into...

“It’s like a whole big sucking thing”

The silent German film ‘Nosferatu’ was released on March 4, 1922. Count Orlok, who the plot centres on, was cinema’s first entirely cinematic vampire. Since then, we haven’t been able to get enough of vampires and it often seems like film and TV has been taken over by the blood suckers. So, on the anniversary of ‘Nosferatu’s’ premiere, here are 10 fangtastic vampire films and shows to get your teeth into...
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