I can't believe someone actually paid money to document the history of nonexistent creatures. It's almost as if the producers actually *believed* in the existence of vampires and were trying to prove it with this lame excuse for a documentary. How anyone can still believe in the supernatural in this day and age is beyond me.
It was worth watching up until the point where they started interviewing "modern vampire" cults, a pseudo subculture influenced by Hollywood movies and Anne Rice novels. I suppose this group of overgrown goth kids represent a part of vampire "history", however I found it to be more sad than interesting to watch them truly believing themselves to be vampires.
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