Movie Mention: Interview with the Vampire


Now that I’ve given you all a great YA Halloween read, I thought I’d suggest a good Halloween movie. (But I wouldn’t clarify it as YA, because it is more on the violent side).

Everyone nowadays seems to be in the vampire craze (or at least was in it at some moment). I have to admit—I love vampires. There’s something hauntingly seductive that leaves you tasting evil and realizing it’s delicious. That being said, however, I like DARK vampires. (Not naming anything in particular that isn’t dark…ha). So this movie is only for you if you’re willing to watch some blood with your bloodsucker.

Interview with the Vampire not only is a fantastical novel but it’s a GREAT movie—one of my favorites. Starring Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Antonio Banderas, and little Kirsten Dunst this vampire tale submerges you into the impure psychology of becoming and living as a vampire—a damned inhuman being.

So, if you’re searching for a great Halloween movie, go back to 1994, rent this flick, and see what it’s like to really be one of the damned—

“For what the damned really have to say to the damned?”


14 thoughts on “Movie Mention: Interview with the Vampire

  1. I’ve read the book and it’s one of my favorites! Like you I like ummm dark vampires 🙂 The movie was great too. It turned out much better then one would think. Good choice!

  2. I have to be one of the few humans on earth that still hasn’t seen this movie even though I’ve heard so many great things about it…kind of surprising because I like dark vampires too, the way vampires should be, not glowing.

  3. I love both the book and the movie. One of the few movies that actually is almost as good as the book. And yes. Dark vampires for me too please 😉

  4. I totally agree, Shannon. This is a must film for anyone who loves Vampire films/novels. In fact, I think it’s the only film you need to see. A classic!

  5. I have to admit that I didn’t feel the same kind of darkness from the movie as I did with the book. Sure, I thought it was a great movie, but the portrayal of Lestat to this day unfortunately takes away from what would otherwise have gotten a 10 in my book.

    That said however, I do agree that vampire lovers should definitely watch this if they haven’t already :).

  6. I totally agree, it was great when it came out but it hasn’t aged well. That is probably due to Neil Jordan, his films rarely age well.

  7. Great movie, I’m reading the vampire Lestat, sequel to interview! Amazing story in general, book and movie. Brad Pitt, GORGEOUS!

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