Interview With the Vampire – Old Monsters, New Blood
Whether the vampire genre is for you is a matter of personal choice, but the vampire genre isn’t for everyone. For instance, “Vampire” might not be the most suited show for an extended run, but AMC has already confirmed that the show will return for a second season. And that’s good news for viewers and AMC. After all, the series is proving to be the network’s biggest hit so far.
Lestat de Lioncourt is an immortal vampire
Lestat de Lioncourt is the youngest son of a wealthy aristocratic family. His enigmatic nature defines him in contrast to his simple, blind father and his older, more humble brothers. A dreamer and a passionate person, Lestat is attracted to the theater and the thrill of a good performance. Though he is an immortal, he is still a solitary person searching for meaning in life. His adventures lead him to the marble thrones of ancient vampires. He also meets a man named Marius de Romanus, who is a commoner who is trying to rid New Orleans of vampires.
Louis is a Byronic hero
Louis is a Byronic hero who struggles to find meaning in life, especially when he is immortal. As the titular character, Louis tries to forge a relationship with his human family, but is too detached to do so. He will always be near his brother’s oratory and plantation.
Lestat accuses Lestat of being a devil
The first book in the series begins with the young prince Lestat, a devout Christian who has been courted for generations. Now, he is on his own, hunting a drug lord’s mortal daughter. Dora affects Lestat in a way no other mortal has before. He becomes fascinated with the veil, and believes that it is a sign from God.
Lestat kills Louis
In this excerpt, Louis, who is the main character of Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire, refuses to kill Lestat. After hearing his voice speaking into his mind, Lestat chides Louis for devaluing human life, and then freezes the action and switches cards. This time, Louis doesn’t kill Lestat, but rather, slowly seduces him.
Lestat is a killer
Lestat is the main character in Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire novel series, which also has a movie adaptation. He is portrayed by Tom Cruise and Stuart Townsend, and is a fan favorite. Lestat is tall, blond, and gray-eyed, and is incredibly manipulative and cruel.
Lestat is a shapeshifter
Lestat, the protagonist of Anne Rice’s vampire series Old Monsters, is a vampire who must deal with a human mortal body. When a man with psychic powers swaps bodies steals Lestat’s human body, he must rely on his mortal ally to rescue Lestat and get his vampire body back.
Lestat is a killer in Interview With the Vampire
In Interview With the Vampire: Old Monster, Lestat is the anti-hero. He is constantly rejected by humans and vampires alike. Lestat is considered “the Other” and is rejected for his vampiric nature. The author shows the dark side of Lestat, highlighting his deviant behavior.