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Abigail Breaks One Major Vampire Rule (And That’s Okay)

In a film that sees our characters discussing what they know about vampires, it seems a little odd that no one mentions that Abigail having a pulse doesn’t make sense. Within minutes, the gang is sharpening stakes and gathering garlic, which leads to Frank’s (Dan Stevens) funniest moments (“These are f*****g onions!”), but no one is confused as to why she isn’t stone-cold dead. Thankfully, the film makes a good effort to rewrite specific rules, with garlic being a failed deterrent and Frank failing to enslave Joey once he gets a taste for blood after being turned. As Abigail rightfully points out, it takes a long time for a vampire to “learn all the neat tricks,” letting the glaring, easy method to spot a vampire get overlooked.

Thankfully, “Abigail” is a good enough entry into the genre that this is permissible, due to Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Guy Busick bringingĀ out the same explosive, bloody energy they’re becoming known for. Given how “Abigail” ends, there could be plenty more classic vampire rules that this deadly little girl can bite her way through in future films, and if they’re as good as this one, we should let her.

To learn more about this bloody horror film, check out everything we know so far about the cast, plot, and more for “Abigail.”

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