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Dracula embodies several themes but one of the prominent themes in the Blade” and
“Blackula films is the fear of the cultural inclination. People who were not Anglo-Americans
were viewed as not normal as race implied only the aforementioned group was made of normal
people. The rest were referred to as “others” or as people who failed to fit in the usual category.
The vampire Icon in Dracula is one of the best examples Dracula failed to attack the people of
African American descent and only did so in 1972. In Dracula, the characters made people
reexamine the people of African American descent. They used horror, mystery, fantasy, drama,
murder as well as a mystery so that the Dracula movie can be incorporated in the Dracula. The
same relied on many items from the Afro-centric culture for educational and enlightening
purposes.
The main similarities between Dracula and Blade and the Count Dracula are the values,
whereby the values advocated for in the fails differ. While in the former category African values
are represented, it is also clear that the new film represents the African values more prominently.
Again, the modern vampires' stories differ from Count Dracula in that race is currently expressed
as people of cultural diversities merge easily unlike in the initial films. Again, the various
cultural values presented in the films tend to merge and interact closely as opposed to the olden
times when the cultures were differentiated (Moose, 2008). Also using a Dracula in the form of
African Americans in the 60s was taken as in the gothic sense to have been termed as a fantastic
idea in 2000 the event would be termed inconsequential. Dracula was also not presented to
people who would exploit the black people; therefore, it who the attention of the audiences.
In conclusion, the changing themes of them in minorities in America affected how people
interacted. In other words, the films were silent on black and cultural differences until 1972

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Running head: VAMPIRE 1 Vampire Name of Student Institution Affiliation Date VAMPIRE 2 Vampire Dracula embodies several themes but one of the prominent themes in the Blade” and “Blackula films is the fear of the cultural inclination. People who were not Anglo-Americans were viewed as not normal as race implied only the aforementioned group was made of normal people. The rest were referred to as “others” or as people who failed to fit in the usual category. The vampire Icon in Dracula is one of the best examples Dracula failed to attack the people of African American descent and only did so in 1972. In Dracula, the characters made people reexamine the people of African American descent. They used horror, mystery, fantasy, drama, murder as well as a mystery so that the Dracula movie can be incorporated in the Dracula. The same relied on many items from the Afro-centric culture for educational and enlightening purposes. The main similarities between Dracula and Blade and the Count Dracula are the values, whereby the values advocated for in the fails differ. While in the former category African values are represented, it is also clear that the new film represents the Afri ...
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