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A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

In the past few years, vampires on film have undergone something of a change. Thanks to Twilight, the vampire and romance genres have blended to make the fanged creature of the night into a hunky heartthrob with a soft side. Thankfully, that morphed version of Nosferatu hasn’t morphed the genre as a whole. The Iranian horror/western hybrid A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is faithful to vampires as bloodthirsty monsters but instead of making a love story fit only for the teenage girl demographic, this vampire tale has blood, genuine scares and yes, a quirky union between vampire and human.

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