Rebecca has inherited her grandmother's Gothic mansion and brings both her best friend an her boyfriend for a weekend. While exploring the crypts they discover an old dusty book, which ... See full summary »
Rebecca has inherited her grandmother's Gothic mansion and brings both her best friend an her boyfriend for a weekend. While exploring the crypts they discover an old dusty book, which describes the life of a vampire. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that the vampire was Rebecca's great grandfather, Rico. Later that night Rebecca finds herself in a trance, reciting an occult ritual described in the book resulting in the opening of the coffin and the new life for Rico. The Angel of the Night is back. Written by
Denmark has many attractions. Not only smörgåsbord or blond beauties or the Lego park. It also has a dark side - vampires! A hundred years ago, or so the story goes, a vampire named Rico Mortis roamed the Copenhagen streets in search for young women's blood. Every hundred years he has to sleep with a woman, make her pregnant and drink his own child's blood in order to survive. Well, Rico Mortis fails, and a young woman resurrects him a hundred years later. That's when the real trouble starts... "Angel of the Night" is a well done Danish vampire movie with lots of blood and gore and action. The action scenes are as drastic as in a Tarantino movie, and the vampire effects are excellent. The only bad thing about the movie was the German dubbing - that was really awful and I could easily have done without it. But if you love vampire movies, you definitely should watch this one. It's worth every minute of your time. Jasper P. Morgan
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