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Soul’s Code Celebrity Seekers’ Quiz – Vampires, Dracula and the New Moon

newmoonAt Twilight, it will be a New Moon for Vampire fans everywhere

We mere mortals are obsessed with the undead. Dating from time of the Persians, there have been tales of Blood-Sucking Fiends who strolled the earth under the full moon. But it wasn’t until the 18th century that the term “vampire” came into popular usage. And it was Bram Stoker who helped to popularize the term through the fictional character in his novel, Dracula.

Dracula first appeared on the “big screen” in the 1909 silent movie, Vampire of the Coast. Since then, he has been the subject of more films than any other fictional personality. And our fascination with vampires continues with this week’s release of the second film in the Twilight series, New Moon.

Soul’s Code is here, with our take on vampire movie trivia for you to cut your fangs on. So swoop in, and see how bloody well you know your vampire film facts.



1. How many films are there based on the tale of Dracula?




Lost Boys

2. Which 1944 film, based on an unlicensed copy of Dracula, was ordered to be entirely destroyed due to copyright infringement? (Hint: 5 copies did survive and the film was painstakingly restored in 1994.)




3. Which actor has not played Dracula?




4. Which actor did not star in the 1987 "undead brat pack" film, Lost Boys?




Interview with a Vampire5. Which Hollywood actress' breakthrough role came as a child vampire in the 1994 film, "Interview with a Vampire," based the Anne Rice novel?




6. Which vampire film was labeled "deviant" by the Vatican?




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2 Comments on “Soul’s Code Celebrity Seekers’ Quiz – Vampires, Dracula and the New Moon”

  1. 2 wrong, i am so ashamed as i have been a fan of vampires since i was 10! question three is tricky!!!!

  2. I had the answers ahead of time. And I still got 4 out of 6 wrong!

    The mind says, I took the vow of suspension of disbelief :)

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