Even though some of the characters are underdeveloped (or underused), most elements in The Lost Boys are great and still hold up well after 30 years. There is a reason they call this one a classic. […]
This film is not particularly bad, but due to a lack of suspense and decent characters it falls mostly flat, in spite of some funny lines and ideas. […]
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”. […]
The first two seasons of this enjoyable BBC show are light and comedic in tone, and hence are – unlike the later seasons – suitable even for younger children. The highlight of these seasons is the performance of Keith-Lee Castle as an out-of-touch vampire father. […]
A somewhat faithful Carmilla-adaptation by Hammer; and not a bad film, even if it is not exactly riveting. […]
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. […]