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Rare Vampire Films at YBCA

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If you were into vampires long before the new, sparkly, abstinent breed came along, then you’ve surely been yearning for a taste of the dingier, old-school blood suckers. This Saturday and Sunday, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts will be screening Carl Theodore Dreyer’s, 1932 classic, 'œVampyr' to satiate all your undead needs. The website summarizes:

Unquestionably one of the greatest vampire films, Vampyr is the tale of a student of the occult who is confronted by the presence of a mysterious evil in a village outside of Paris. A totally uncompromising filmmaker, Dreyer creates an overwhelming atmosphere of dread, with austere, deliberately obscured imagery and an unsettling, unstable narrative.

I love me a good horror movie, and while mummies are more my thing (NOT zombies. NEVER zombies.), everyone needs a 78-year-old blood sucker in their lives every now and then.

Dark In August: Rare Vampire Films
YBCA Screening Room, 701 Mission Street [SOMA]
Saturday, August 28, 7:30 pm
Sunday, August 29, 4:30 pm
$8 regular; $6 students, seniors, teachers & YBCA members

Photo from: EW.com

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