The movie’s vampires and nature’s vampires

The world’s most famous vampire is probably Count Dracula.

He was born in a horror novel, written at the end of the 19th century by the Irishman Bram Stoker. Dracula comes from Transylvania, a neighborhood in present-day Romania that is often associated with vampires. But vampires are not only found in Transylvania, the blood-sucking monsters also appear in many other places in the world.

Here are some vampire films

Interview with the Vampire

Interview with the Vampire

A drama thriller with a bunch of talented and famous names. Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Christian Slater, Stephen Rea, Antonio Banderas and debut Kristen Dunst. Absolutely fantastic cast with a strong action after best selling by Anne Rice. The film is lavish, neatly made, just pace and exciting and at the same time interesting. A contemporary classic.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Classic story again. Gary Oldman and Keanu Reeves are good at the roles and the film is artistically nicely made. Beautiful and neat.

Days Of Night

It’s dark. A little gloomy and very cold. Winter and darkness and bloodthirsty, terrifying vampires who want to kill everyone. A very good thriller horror. Josh Hartnett plays the hero Eben and does a sophisticated job, like all actors around him. Scary and wonderful! The end a classic.

The Lost Boys

A true 80’s classic. A youth movie mixed with vampires. Exciting? Not especially! Entertaining? Yes! Good actors and a lovely rock n roll feeling!

Nature’s vampire is found in South America

The real vampires live in Latin America. There are three different species and all live on blood, making them unique among mammals. Two of the species usually drink blood from birds and the third liver is from mammalian blood. The prey nowadays consists mainly of domestic animals. And the vampires can fly several kilometers in search of sleeping cows, pigs or horses.

Vampires use all their minds in search of prey and they also have an extra mind, heat receptors. Which they are alone in among mammals. Once the booty is discovered, they land on the ground a bit away and jump out the last bit. They feel the scent, perceive the body heat and bite a 3-4 mm wound in the skin with razor-sharp front teeth. The victims do not normally notice the attack but continue to sleep.

When the vampires return to the colony, they share their food with the artifacts that have become without. Since they do not survive for more than a few days without food, services and services are important in the vampire colony. And the individuals who share with them can expect to return the next time they need it.

The vampire bat can also transmit diseases like rabies and the Hanta virus to humans through its bite

Rabies does not often require deaths in Brazil, especially among children. And it is a cruel infection disease with a mortality rate of 100 percent if not detected in time.

The Hanta virus is not much better because it can lead to Hantavirus Syndrome (HPS); a potentially lethal airway disease that fills the lungs with fluid. In the daytime there is no effective treatment.