Joe Hills Dracula spinoff Abraham’s Boys Lands director Natasha Kermani
Women directing vampire movies is definitely the mood right now.
Vampire movies are currently experiencing a resurgence, and the latest addition to this growing trend is an adaptation of Joe Hill‘s Abraham’s boys by Natasha Kermani. The writer and director is known for her work on Happy and Imitation girl. Hill is a well-known horror writer, the son of Stephen King who has written such works as NOS4A2 and Lock & key, both of which were adapted in television series.
Abraham’s Boys is a short story by Hill that was published back in 2009 by. was adapted into a short film Dorothy Street. Kind of a continuation of Dracula, the story follows the children of Abraham Van Helsing as they try to uncover his past as he falls apart and becomes more violent. The adaptation follows the perspective of an Asian figure who witnessed the trauma of the boys up close.
While vampire stories never really go out of style and always remain a staple of the horror genre, they have grown in popularity in recent years. I am writing at least part of the resurgence of the popular culture revision of the dusk Film series in recent years as new content has come out that extol its unintended comedy and enjoy the fun of teen nostalgia.
Some upcoming vampire projects to watch out for include an Oscar-winning new adaptation of Dracula Chloe Zhao, whose Marvel debut The Eternals will have its premiere this year. Karyn Kusama also has her own Dracula adaptation in the works. In addition, HBO has announced a restart of the popular vampire series Real blood. Julius Avery also restarted from teased Van Helsing, the underrated film from 2004 with Hugh Jackman.
Abraham’s Boys is currently under development, but we will provide you with more information when the announcement is made.
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