Thanksgiving dinner is awesome unless you're what's for dinner.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Friday, November 2, 2012
Last night, or early this morning, since I didn't start it until after midnight, I watched Roger Vadim's 1961 vampire film, Blood and Roses, loosely based on Sheridan Le Fanu's 1875 novella, Carmilla. Carmilla has been adapted for film many times, probably the most well known and accurate adaptation of is Hammer Film's The Vampire Lovers (1970, with Ingrid Pitt). The Vampire Lovers was the first part of Hammer's famous, sexier, lesbian-ic vampire trilogy, The Karnstein Trilogy. I first read the story in 1977 in a pulp magazine that I bought in a bus station. It featured lots of shots of Ingrid Pitt, Yutte Stensgaard, the Collinson twins and their decolletage.