A US Interpol agent is sent on a mission to a remote European village that is suffering from a suspiciously high death rate amongst young women. Are there supernatural forces at work, as the superstitious villagers seem to believe?
This German-Yugoslavian co-production (released under English titles such as Cave of the Living Dead or Night of the Vampires) suffers from rather lame writing. It is not a particularly bad film, but I cannot think of a single reason to watch this. […]
This C-movie has very little to offer that would be of interest to anyone. It is very generic 1990s fare with lots of bad acting, but very little actually happening. […]
I grabbed this genre-mix attempt from the bargain bin, for 99 Eurocents. And after watching this I do not believe it is worth even one cent more, despite its solid looks and decent acting. […]
The fourth film in the franchise offers a new angle, but misses many opportunities. Neglecting the writing in favour of the action, the team delivers a film that feels at least mildly unsatisfying. […]
The first film in the franchise by the same name, Underworld is a very good-looking film placing its interesting characters in a very well-constructed world. This may be popcorn entertainment, but it is good popcorn entertainment. […]
A different kind of vampire film: a thought-provoking drama. Yet despite the film’s interesting premise, its psychological and ethical exploration does not go nearly deep enough and as such wastes a good opportunity as well as a good cast. Some of the performances help to save this film from becoming a complete failure. […]
An interesting take on the genre, but there is not much of a story as this film is more like a vague atmospheric character study. […]