A US Interpol agent is sent on a mission to a remote European village that is suffering from a suspiciously high death rate amongst young women. Are there supernatural forces at work, as the superstitious villagers seem to believe?
This German-Yugoslavian co-production (released under English titles such as Cave of the Living Dead or Night of the Vampires) suffers from rather lame writing. It is not a particularly bad film, but I cannot think of a single reason to watch this. […]
Nocturna – known in the UK as Vampire Blood – is an interesting and not-too-bad vampire film set in New Orleans. The film had the potential to be good, but has a number of short-comings that drag it down a bit. […]
This is a rather simple action film of middling quality. But it has a nice cast and adequate writing, and it looks rather decent. So while Slayer’s budget appears to have been at the lower end, it is not nearly as bad a film as it could have been. […]
My contribution to April Fool’s Day: a foolish errand reviewing a German 3-minute flexi-disc for children. Courtesy of the German Micky Maus magazine. […]
Having been forced to flee his Transylvanian home, Count Dracula travels to New York in search of the love of his life, who has been reborn as a supermodel.
A lot about this film feels dated, but it is not any worse than the vampire comedies you know from the 1980s. […]
Daylight Fades wastes some decent performances and a workable premise by going absolutely nowhere, and doing it very, very slowly. […]
I am hoping to re-watch the entire show over time, and I will post my thoughts here, even though everyone on the planet knows the show already. […]
A toxic mix of religion, patriarchalism, and casual racism provides the backdrop to The Unwanted, a mystery-thriller that plays with vampiric elements. While the film feels somewhat unsatisfying as a whole, it boasts an apt atmosphere, very good performances, and engaging character interactions. […]
Desert of Blood is a well-made, straight-to-DVD vampire B-movie. Unfortunately, the plot is thin and the writing is not sophisticated enough to make this one stand out. So while this film has almost no bad elements, it also has nothing that would make it worth watching. […]
The Monster Club is a 1981 anthology film whose frame narrative stars Vincent Price and John Carradine. Three stories are told over the course of this film, one of which is a vampire tale. […]