Also known as Bloodsucking Bosses, this film is a really enjoyable vampire comedy – a genre of which far fewer successful examples exist than one might tend to assume. […]
A Twilight parody that is at times amusing, but still entirely unnecessary. […]
A rather disappointing comedy that is very much a product of its time.
If you like Jim Carrey, you might find it interesting to see him in this early role.
If you like the ‘80s, you may find the music, clothing, and design in this film enjoyable.
If you are looking for a good comedy, you should stay far away from this film. […]
Dark Shadows is an odd big-screen reimagining of a rather odd 1960s TV show. Barely a vampire film, it features a number of underused characters in a thin and highly predictable main plot, all wrapped up in great visuals and high production values. […]
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. […]
A classic in its own right, albeit a rather controversial one, 1992’s Buffy has perhaps more in common with other post-Hughes teen-comedies than with Joss Whedon’s TV show. Still the film is not as bad as you might have been told, although the third act is undeniably a bit of a train-wreck. […]
This film is not particularly bad, but due to a lack of suspense and decent characters it falls mostly flat, in spite of some funny lines and ideas. […]
All things considered, this very lame 1985 comedy can not really be called a vampire film. Even the leads cannot save this film and I consider it a waste of both time and shelf space. […]
A rather disappointing Italian comedy that is only of interest because it boasts Christopher Lee as a cast member. […]
This is the original short film from which the feature film What We Do in the Shadows has evolved. […]