Legend of the Holyrood Vampires, a 4-part Scottish radio-series, is a horror-comedy with more emphasis on satire and parody than on character or story. It is fairly amusing, but your mileage may vary depending on how well the style of the humour suits you. […]
This sequel continues the story from the the first film. The differences between Dracula and his daughter Mavis – regarding their outlook on “life” in general and on humans in particular – play out before the background of educating Mavis’s son Dennis. […]
Hotel Transylvania is an entertaining and well-made animated film. I am not sure what age bracket this film is intended for, but I ahd fun with it. […]
Another of the later Hammer films, Vampire Circus combines the vampire subgenre with the subgenre of the creepy circus. While I am not a big Hammer fan, some of the creepy circus aspects in this film work very well. […]
This 2018 animated film is based on a well-established franchise, and yet it came and went without anyone really taking notice. The reception was cool, the film barely made its money back at the box office, and to this day the film has no entry in either the English nor the German Wikipedia.
This is not really surprising because while this film cannot really be called bad, it is undoubtedly rather unmemorable. […]