A bit of comedy, a bit of gore, and way too many characters and subplots.
These are the ingredients of the low-budget independent production Strange Things Happen at Sundown. There are amusing aspects to this film, and it is most definitely not the worst vampire film I have ever seen – but I can find no real reasons to recommend it. […]
Blade: The Series is a TV show conceived as a continuation of the three Wesley Snipes Blade films, but it does not star Wesley Snipes. The show’s concept is very promising, but it is bogged down by writing issues. Severe competition and high production costs meant that it was not continued after the first season. […]
A well-made, well-acted film with a small, intimate story. This low-budget indie chronicles the crisis of a young man whose already difficult life appears to be changing for the worse, just at the moment as he meets a woman who seems to like him. Strongly recommended for all those who are not deterred by a slow pace. […]
With season 2, the show is leaving the plot of the original film behind and ventures out into unknown territory. The writing of some characters struggles with these changes a bit, and an abundance of new characters means that we do often spend not enough time with each of them. […]
The third and (so far) final film in the Lost Boys franchise is not really better or worse than the second. But to me it is more enjoyable, possibly because it seems more willing to poke fun at itself. […]