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Kaj Steveman estimated that only 30 percent of the carnage created for the infamous party scene was actually shown. See more »
Why didn't the other soldiers in the cabin turn into vampires? Two were bitten and were not seen burned by the survivors. See more »
What's really interesting me is this.
And what's that?
Dermatic penetration at a 35 mm distance of Arteria carotis communis.
Really, whould you like me to nod as I understand or do you feel like saying it again, in Swedish?
Well there is two freaking holes right into the artery. That alone would be the cause of death!
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The special effects team are credited; Vampire design by... See more »
First of all, I like vampire movies, but in my opinion there are very few good ones out there. This is one of them. I was psyched when i heard that a Swedish vampire movie was coming out, just because it was Swedish. I had however not very high expectations on it, figuring that it was going to be a movie that took itself all to serious. This wasn't the case at all. The movie is made in a kind of "Shaun of the Dead"- style, meaning not much horror but more humor, and the humor is good. The acting is perhaps a bit stiff (don't know if it's intentional or just on account of them being bad) but i find that this ad to the comic effect. Overall, a very entertaining movie that should be viewed simply because it's a Swedish vampire movie, but deserves to be viewed because it's quite well made.
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