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Bram Stoker's classic novel Dracula and modern author Anne Rice's tome Interview with a Vampire will be included in the course.
It contains entries on authors like Bram Stoker, Anne Rice, Stephen King, and Stephenie Meyer; individual works like Dracula, Interview with a Vampire, and The Historian; films such as the Twilight series, Nosferatu, and The Lost Boys; TV shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, True Blood, and Angel; and topics such as fan organizations, children's books, manga and anime, scholarship on vampires, and vampire lifestyle, music, and poetry.
They have sunk their fangs into every area of popular culture from Angel and Spike in TV's Buffy The Vampire Slayer to the big screen Interview With A Vampire.
In the 90s, it was Bram Stoker's Dracula and Interview With A Vampire, all aimed at adults.
INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE (1994) Based on Anne Rice's novel, this hit film starred Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt as two period drama bloodsuckers.
The mock interview with a vampire - dubbed Cooking with Klaus - detailed how to dismember a corpse and prepare it without seasoning and spices.
The pounds 24 million film, whichwas made as a sequel to Tom Cruise's hit Interview With A Vampire, was almost finished when Aailyah died early in September in a plane crash in the Bahamas.
For the final round, Tyler and Van Nostrand had to correctly name the years that the book Interview with a Vampire was published; the Ellen DeGeneres sitcom premiered; and the first Super Bowl was held in the Superdome.
I grew up on The Lost Boys, Near Dark, or Fright Night indeed itself, or Interview with a Vampire or whatever it may have been.
As well, live chat sessions have been scheduled with three female celebrities attending the event: Kirsten Dunst, star of Interview with a Vampire and Jumanji, Stacey Dash, co-star of Clueless, and Elisabeth Shue, star of Back to the Future, Cocktail, and Leaving Las Vegas.