What We Do in the Shadows: Finally back on the Humor with a bite

please note that this Text is a neglected health topic: do you Have people in your immediate environment that you feel after a short contact great fatigue? In t

What We Do in the Shadows: Finally back on the Humor with a bite

please note that this Text is a neglected health topic: do you Have people in your immediate environment that you feel after a short contact great fatigue? In the case of an unexplained Gähnreiz setting, as soon as you take a breath to say something? Whose desperate desire for recognition, closeness, and love in relentless self-aggrandizement exhausted within seconds more than a Marathon after a boozy weekend? Then caution! It could be a so-called energy vampire. Although at first glance not as dangerous as their blood-sucking counterparts, their inexhaustible Gray is, however, unpleasant life. Dangerous it is, if such a (sometimes lovable) energy vampires of your parasitic non-existence are not aware of life – threatening, it is, if you know exactly your skills.

Axel Weidemann

editor in the features section.

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for example, Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch), who lives together with three traditional vampires of old and the "old country" in a residential community in Staten Island, New York. He steals his Fang-reinforced roommates in the second season of the series "What We Do in the Shadows", not only energy, but also almost the Show. The, such as "The Office", in the style of a so-called Mockumentary (box of word from the English "to mock", fun to make, and "documentary") created the series based on the eponymous movie, the new Zealander Taika Waititi ("Jojo Rabbit", 2020) and Jemaine Clement from the year 2014.

This series is a gift, almost a salvation

Without further ADO, to not be said: This series was only at the Premiere of the first season of the American channel FX, 2019, a success with the public, it is a gift, almost a salvation. At least if one considers them as a kind of Thunderstorm with rain for the parched soil of humorous series entertainment. A while ago, Heinz Strunk wrote in this newspaper about the (German) sense of Humor – and you may not transfer his words, maybe even naughty to mass-compatible Comedy series-entertainment: "Even if a good idea is based on the countless, intermediate and downstream diluted Filters and dampers, screened, washed, until only the coarse-grained junk remains. Junk, without lights, without background radiation.“

lights and background radiation, in "What We Do in the Shadows" in Abundance. It starts with the immortal theme music, the Song "You're Dead" (1966), the American folk singer Norma Tanega, the running in the opening credits to the photos from the family album of vampire-WG. Added to this, even in the second season, in the locker without having first seen the virtuoso display of paintings, illustrations, engravings, and spiritualist photographs, the painful anecdotes of once under paint. The Ensemble is mind-boggling: Kayvan Novak plays Nandor, the Ruthless, one-time leader of the fictional Kingdom of Al Quolanudar in southern Iran. Natasia Demetriou is the Roma-vampiress Nadja, which made her husband Laszlo Craven worth (Matt Berry) to the vampire. Laszlo was once an English aristocrat. Today, he has a preference for the form with the genital reference, and music. The last of the bunch is in addition to the said energy vampire Colin, Nandors faithful servant, Guillermo (Harvey Guillen). Since he has seen the 1994 "Interview with a vampire", he wishes for nothing more than to be a Prince of the night. His Dilemma: As a descendant of Abraham Van Helsing Killing vampires, he's just too easy – and that's just hard to hide.

Updated Date: 13 August 2020, 16:20

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