Cambodian film Nieng Arp takes traditional folk-lore and a known genre-premise and combines it into an overly long mess of a film that nobody should have to watch. […]
Not actually a vampire tale, but a non-Doylean Sherlock Holmes film I watched by accident. Entertaining, but far from outstanding. […]
God-awful European attempt to produce a horror-comedy. This 1971 farce is entirely devoid of any redeeming features, and thus a complete waste of its cast. […]
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 first season of the From Dusk Till Dawn series re-tells the plot of the original film, tweaking and changing certain elements and characters, and adding a larger back-story. Despite some structural problems, this show should be enjoyable for fans of the film and for “newcomers” alike. […]
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. […]
It is a shame that filmmaking enthusiasm and can-do attitude must sometimes result in complete failure.
There is no vampire in the world as deadly as the boredom induced by this film. […]
This 2015 film of Italian director Marco Bellocchio is distributed internationally under the title Blood of my Blood.
Sangue del mio Sangue is a decent and (for the most part) accessible arthouse film, but does not offer much for fans of the vampire genre. […]
Jim Wynorski’s film, an attempt to introduce Forrest J. Ackerman’s comic book creation Vampirella to the big screen, fails on almost every front. […]
This straight-to-video sequel to John Carpenter’s 1998 film Vampires was written and directed by Carpenter’s friend and collaborator Tommy Lee Wallace. This film is much stronger than the term “straight-to-video sequel” suggests. And while it is no masterpiece, it is not really inferior to its predecessor. […]
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