By R.C. Murphy
If it has fangs, then obviously, it’s a regular ol’ vampire, another Nosferatu knockoff taking advantage of people with a lust for the dark.
Let’s not be so hasty to judge a creature by its hardware.
Throughout the history of the vampire myth, there have been countless versions of the bloodsuckers. One variety talks with a funny, pseudo-Romanian accent and transforms into bats. Others band together to form a theatre troupe so as to confuse and entertain …