Way of the Vampire (2005)

Way of the Vampire is a cheap and short vampire flick from The Asylum. It has a simple premise and a very simple story, so there is nothing captivating or interesting about it. The actors try their best (each in their own way), but with nonsensical plot elements, lacklustre fight scenes, and rather poor audio quality this film cannot be saved by the cast. […]

Heirs of the Night [season 1] (2019)

Heirs of the Night is a new-ish TV show primarily aimed at young teenagers, based on a series of novels by Ulrike Schweikert. This pan-European production has impressive production values and looks amazing. With a decent plot and a well-chosen cast, this is a show that I enjoyed quite a lot. […]

Modern Vampires (1998)

Richard Elfman’s comedic take on the vampire genre has a certain stylistic flair to it, and boasts a fairly impressive cast. But it fails to find its tone, and a lot of the “funny” lines are subpar. […]

The Impaler (2013)

The Impaler is a run-of-the-mill teen slasher mixed into the vampire genre. The performances are – for the most part – good, and the writing and all other aspects are adequate enough. This is not a film you need to hunt for, but also not a film you need to avoid at all cost. […]

Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)

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. […]

Dracula (1974)

This adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel is probably not the most exciting one. And it has (for good reason) a TV-feel to it. But it is remarkable in its own way, as it has been claimed that it is the film that first introduced a love-motive for Dracula into Stoker’s story. […]