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Strigoi (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy | 10 October 2009 (USA)
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When the villagers killed Constantin Tirescu, they thought it was justice. Vlad Cozma thinks it was murder. Now Constantin thinks pickles might go nice with blood.

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Catalin Paraschiv ...
Vlad Cozma
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Nicolae Cozma (Vlad's grandfather) (as Rudi Rosenfeld)
Constantin Barbulescu ...
Constantin Tirescu
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Ileana Tirescu
Camelia Maxim ...
Mara Tomsa
Adrian Donea ...
Mara's Husband
Dan Popa ...
Vlad Jipa ...
Octav
Zane Jarcu ...
Stefan
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Mircea Nicola ...
Vasile
Neculai Relu Stingaciu ...
Petre
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When the villagers killed Constantin Tirescu, they thought it was justice. Vlad Cozma thinks it was murder. Now Constantin thinks pickles might go nice with blood.

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Real vampires don't just drink your blood. See more »


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Day of the Undead  »

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A Funny, Surreal, Creepy Mystery
20 April 2012 | by (Austin, TX) – See all my reviews

It is well written, well directed, and well acted.

This isn't a knee slapper. It isn't an in your face "Boo!" fest. It doesn't make your skin crawl like a Hannibal Lector. It isn't a Sherlock Holmes mystery.

But its wry and amusing. There are scenes so odd in light of the circumstances that they stand out as surreal and yet right for some reason. The whole movie revolves around getting to the bottom of why or what this Strigoi vampire nonsense is all about.

While set in Romania the language is English and well spoken. As a native English speaker it is easy to follow along while still getting the sense of being in a foreign world -- a place where the undead still have their wrongful place in the world.


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