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Entertainment Little Vampire: references to horror cinema in Joann Sfar's film

20:25  24 october  2020
20:25  24 october  2020 Source:   allocine.fr

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"Nosferatu", "Frankenstein", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"… Joann Sfar evokes some of the references to horror cinema that he disseminated in his "Little Vampire".

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"I'll be the guy who managed to recycle Chainsaw Massacre in a children's film. I'm very happy with myself" , says Joann Sfar with a smile. Because Little Vampire is not only the adaptation of the comics he has signed since 1999: it is also, as he says "a tale for cinephiles" , that he has sprinkled with references at the horror cinema. At our microphone, he talks about some of them, from Nosferatu to Frankenstein , including the classic Tobe Hooper .

Journalist: Maximilien Pierrette - Editing: Ando Raminoson

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