When it comes to films and franchises about creatures and monsters, nothing is more loved than vampires. Movies about vampires has become such an fan favorite genre over the years. With rich story-telling and a cast of interesting characters, it's no wonder why this particular subgenre has lasted so long. More than a few fans managed to spot some truly clever details about the best vampire movies.
Check out these fun details in vampire movies spotted by fans, and don't forget to vote!
Lucy Climbing Back Into Her Coffin In 'Bram Stoker's Dracula' Was Shot In ReversePhoto: Bram Stoker's Dracula / Columbia Pictures
From Redditor u/MRR1911:
In Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the shot of Lucy climbing back in to her coffin was filmed in reverse, and playing the film backwords. They did this to give her movements a more sinister, otherworldly quality.282Interesting detail?
A Billboard In 'Bram Stoker's Dracula' Has A Hidden MeaningPhoto: Bram Stoker's Dracula / Columbia Pictures
From Redditor u/bcadam:
In Bram Stoker's Dracula, a billboard walks past featuring a play with Sir Henry Irving, the supposed inspiration for Dracula who worked with Bram Stoker. Also, Lyceum Theatre comes from the word for wolf, a theme of the film. Lastly, Hamlet and Dracula have shared themes. TRIFECTA!170Interesting detail?
Dracula And The Party Guests Don't Appear In The Mirror In 'Van Helsing'
From Redditor u/eddy12325:
In Van Helsing, Dracula shows he is a vampire by not appearing in the mirror, more impressive is when other party guests don’t appear in the mirror before Frankensteins Monster outs them as vampires.182Interesting detail?
There Are No Reflections On The Table In 'What We Do In The Shadows'Photo: What We Do In The Shadows / Paladin
From Redditor u/TheNightmayor:
During the chips scene of What We Do in the Shadows, none of the vampires have a reflection on the table.217Interesting detail?