Interview with a Vampire

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    HoChunk

    Pedo-Undead?

    timtim

    There are some pedo overtones, but it is notable that the vampires in this book can’t have sex in any way, and Louis spends the entire book talking about how attractive he finds Lestat and Armand. HINT HINT WINK WINK.

    There is pedo stuff in Ann Rice’s later books. And bondage. And bestiality. You name it really. There isn’t really a kink Ann Rice leaves untouched.

    Silverwolf

    AKA the point at which vampires stopped being scary monsters and began their transformation into emo fops. Thanks a lot, Anne Rice.

    WisfulD

    Because Bela Lugosi had nothing to do with it.

    HoChunk

    I’m a Nosferatu guy, myself.

    bstaples

    Why would a Vampire’s house have windows where the curtains aren’t drawn close? I mean, look at the second picture. The sunlight is actually on the stupid loli-coffin…

    Silverwolf

    Drawing the curtains would consume too much time they’d otherwise spend whining and wallowing in existential angst.

    Stolid

    Isn’t moonlight reflected sunlight? Why does that NOT hurt them??

    Korinthian

    Because the people that came up with vampires probably didn’t know the moon reflected the sun’s light.

    Welcome to myth logic!

    storminator

    Because the cheesy composition of the Moon absorbs all the harmful sunlight and turns it into moonlight.

    crewmanguy

    I’m going to go with it’s not a strong enough concentration of sunlight. Most vampire stories have the vamp hit with sunlight and catching fire at first, so the effect isn’t instantaneous. Otherwise the stars would burn them too.