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The Enduring Sexual Appeal of Vampires

The Enduring Sexual Appeal of Vampires

Moving with cat-like grace, he steps from a moonlit alley into a flood of neon lights. Only his piercing eyes might set him apart from the others on the street. I laving traded in his flowing cape for a steel-grey London Fog suburban coat, he prowls the modern streets with self-assurance

Bram Stoker and the Creation of the ‘Dracula’ Novel (1897)

Bram Stoker and the Creation of the ‘Dracula’ Novel (1897)

The aim of this article is to demonstrate how the famous figure of a vampire created by Bram Stoker in 1897 became, in fact, the main cause of changes within the Gothic conventions and what impact these transformations have had on the present culture

Witchcraft and Powerful Women Throughout the Middle Ages

Witchcraft and Powerful Women Throughout the Middle Ages

While women were known to be capable of both good and dark magic since ancient times, the depiction of witchcraft as an overwhelmingly feminine pursuit, and the further conflation of witchcraft and sorcery with religious heresy, was a development of the later Middle Ages

The Japanese Peculiar Subculture of Lolita with a Goth-Loli Focus

The Japanese Peculiar Subculture of Lolita with a Goth-Loli Focus

This article underlines the context in which the Lolita subculture has emerged, the reason why young women started to dress in a princess/doll-like way, what common rules about women and mainstream imagery they are trying to fight against princess/doll-like way, what common rules about women and mainstream imagery they are trying to fight against princess/doll-like way, what common rules about women and mainstream
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Vampirism as a Malevolent or Medical Source?

Vampirism as a Malevolent or Medical Source?

Folkloric accounts bear witness to these “vampires” being discovered gorged and bloated, with dried blood encrusted around the mouth, having drained the life force from the living

Vampires in the Early Christian Era

Vampires in the Early Christian Era

The great irony of this period is that as the Church moved to fuse the non-Christian mythologies, it would be her own decree that would lend historical validity to the vampire

Psychological Horror, and Body Horror

Psychological Horror, and Body Horror

Perhaps the most frightening of all horror films are those where there are no monsters and no demons other than the psychological states of the characters

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