I have been watching the Subspecies franchise over the past few months, and so far most of it had bored me. So I was pleasantly surprised that the belated fourth instalment, Bloodstorm (a. k. a. The Awakening), was far more entertaining than I expected. […]
This third film in this series again is very similar to its predecessors. You either like this franchise, or you don’t. […]
This is a very sub-par vampire film from the people at The Asylum. In some departments of this production there seems to have been enough talent that would have allowed to produce a solid B-movie, but bad writing, a bulging back-story, and a convoluted plot mean that this film turned out very messy instead. […]
This second entry in the Subspecies franchise is very similar in style and tone to the first film. So if you enjoyed that first film, chances are you will also like Bloodstone. If – like me – you did not enjoy the first film, it is extremely unlikely that this sequel is going to turn you into a fan of the franchise. […]
Cambodian film Nieng Arp takes traditional folk-lore and a known genre-premise and combines it into an overly long mess of a film that nobody should have to watch. […]
God-awful European attempt to produce a horror-comedy. This 1971 farce is entirely devoid of any redeeming features, and thus a complete waste of its cast. […]
This film is one to avoid, folks.
Just move along.
There is nothing to see here.
Bloodsuckers is an attempted vampire space epic which does some things right, but has so many missteps that the project must ultimately be classed as a failure. […]
The Thirst is a B-movie which has had lots of ideas thrown into it, without much of it working, or any of it forming a decent, coherent plot. Poor writing and especially poor characters defeat the attempts by actors, set designers, and practical effects artists to create a solid film. […]
The first film in a well-known B-movie franchise, 1991’s Subspecies offers very little convincing elements and a lot of mediocrity. […]