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So it's not a great movie. What do you expect with a title used as a joke on "Just Shoot Me"? Exactly. And don't worry, the title isn't something cryptic or deep and metaphorical, this is just a movie about a vampire cop, who kills vampires and fools around with foxy reporter Melissa Moore, semi-famous scream queen of the 90's. Sorry, there's really not much to tell. It's not a good film, but it's not unwatchable. In fact, it might be a good date movie. Picture this: you've got a hot date, but not much money, so you suggest renting a movie. She coerces you into a romantic comedy, you get her to go for the horror opus, namely "Vampire Cop." After finishing the chick flick, you start watching VC and she's all like "This is a horrible movie!" and you're like "You're a horrible movie!" and she says "You are!", and bada-bing, you start making out. So maybe Vampire Cop isn't so bad after all, huh?
Whenever I see a bad film, I always wonder to myself, "did the director
actually watch the film and say, 'hey, we got something here?'" because
after watching Vampire Cop, I found absolutely nothing redeeming about
it. The acting was a joke, which is forgivable in an B horror film, but
what is not forgivable is horrendous editing. You can take 10 years if
you want to edit a film properly, it's just as important as anything
Cinematography was embarrassing.
All this maybe due to the fact of time constraints, low budget and other things which we are not aware of, but does it really make sense narratively to have a scene on a clear summer night, then cut to a scene which is taking place at the exact same time in the exact same city, and have it teeming down with rain?
Wow, one must see this film to comprehend. Just very bad.
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