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Crucible of the Vampire is a new independent horror movie which harks back to Hammer films and British folk horrors from the 1960s and ’70s.

The film, which is due for a limited theatrical release next February, stars Neil Morrissey, Katie Goldfinch and Florence Cady, and includes classic horror ingredients of a spooky old house and lesbian vampire eroticism.

Now, thanks to its co-writer and director Iain Ross-McNamee, a version of the film is available as a graphic novel.

The format brings the film to a new audience and enables some quirky extra features – so it includes inserted pages from Living in Shropshire magazine (with a feature on the manor house and the family who own it) and a map of the village, with some significant annotations.

Our partner arts and entertainment blog Piece of Pink Pie has reviewed it here.

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