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. […]
A largely forgettable, cheap Euro-production that deserves at least some points for location and atmosphere. […]
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. […]
The Monster Club is a 1981 anthology film whose frame narrative stars Vincent Price and John Carradine. Three stories are told over the course of this film, one of which is a vampire tale. […]
A good-looking but largely forgettable ‘90s film with Eddie Murphy as the title character. The film has a comedic premise, but its main plot contains far less comedy than expected. With the comedic elements sidelined into sub-plots or side-character appearances, they sit awkwardly next to the horror-drama vibe of the main plot. […]
This French low-budget film is full of creative energy. Sadly, its many interesting ideas are buried in a convoluted, oddly-paced story. This is an honest attempt to create something new, but it is unfortunately also a bit of a case of “style over substance”. […]
Bloody Mallory is a colourful French horror-action comedy which is a bit short on the comedy and also a bit short on substance. Still, it is a decent film with a charismatic lead actress. […]