NADJA is the supermodel of recent horror movies: it may not make much sense, but it never looks less than fabulous. Latterday vampire Nadja (Elina Lowensohn) is the embodiment of deathless cool as she prowls Manhattan's downtown scene looking for fresh thrills and new blood. After her
father, Count Dracula himself, is destroyed by a modern descendant of legendary vampire hunter Van Helsing (Peter Fonda), she finds herself tangled in a web of complicated family and sexual relationships. Filmed in glamourous black and white (with vampire POV sequences shot in arty Pixelvision),
it's one of the most mannered horror flicks ever made. And oh, that cast: besides the myst...