Make no mistake: without Barnabas there would be no Lestat, no Bill, and no E.C. He was the first romantic vampire hero. He was the first vampire who was more about the melancholy than the rubber bats. They put friggin' Kate Beckingsale on that list but they missed out the one who started it all. That's like making a list called "The 20 Greatest Movie Sleds" and mentioning Cool Runnings instead of Citizen Kane. For shame EW, for shame!
Monday, August 3, 2009
Where's the love?
Entertainment Weekly has made another list. This time it's counting down the 20 greatest vampires. As expected, the luvvy vampires ranked pretty high. They also rank Klaus Kinski's portrayal of Dracula for Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre pretty high so kudos. What is unacceptable is that this guy was left out: