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“I like when both monkeys slap Larry across the face.”
“I like that the rock creates any wish you want.”
“It’s funny when Flint goes crazy with the ice-cream snowballs.”
A botched medical experiment causes a priest to contract vampirism and now he has to battle his beliefs in order to stay alive. Moody and layered vampire flick from the director of Oldboy. I love the juxtaposition between the two vampires and their views on killing and the humour it creates. Outstanding performances by the …
This movie is nasty, purely vicious and brutal. Killings with a serrated blade are always much more graphic. So if you’re watching this film only for the murders, it will fulfill your bloodlust. However, there is absolutely no plot. People get killed, move to a new location, people get killed and so forth. Expected more …
Fantastic and often cringe-inducing gore. Inventive death sequences. One of the better horror films, and horror villains to come around in a long while. A must-see for slasher fans. A real treat.
A fun and clever corporate espionage flick. Lots of twists and double-crosses along the way. Terrific chemistry between the two leads and it also features one of the best opening credit sequences you’ll ever see.
This is a horror movie, through and through. A nice throwback to the horror flicks of the ’70s. A real slow-burner. This movie builds to a tremendous payoff. Co-starring, the always marvelous and criminally under used, Tom Noonan. One of the best horrors in recent memory.
“I like when Ash and Kristofferson eat the apple biscuits.”