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Reimagining Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu as a movie poster from the 30's.

This is a high quality reproduction printed on matte finished card stock. Slightly glossy. There is an 11x17 option or 5x7 option. The 5x7 option has the top black bar cut off.

Print does not include watermark.

Color will vary from monitor to monitor.

Info about the piece:

One of the Universal movie monsters is the classic Dracula we all know and love. But there’s a sequel that was released in 1931 called Dracula’s Daughter. The story revolves around the daughter of Dracula kidnapping a female protagonist. As a lover of gothic literature, I realized that this film was inspired by the 1872 novel Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu. I love this novel so much - it’s the first gothic vampire story that predates Bram Stoker’s Dracula. So I thought it would be fun to make Carmilla into a movie monster herself with inspiration from the movie posters of Dracula’s Daughter. The film was criticized for its overtly queer themes, albeit watered down from the source material. So I’d like to present to you my 2023 version that stays true to its sapphic themes, critics be damned.

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