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Eulogy for a Vampire (2009)

A handsome young drifter is found unconscious near a remote monastery, where he joins forces with a vengeful spirit as he seduces and converts each of the monks to join his league of the undead.

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Ryan G. Metzger ...
Florian
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Young Anthony
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Father Anthony
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Brother Matthew
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Rafael
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Father Lars
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Sebastian
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Eric
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Stefano
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Mr. McGee
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A handsome young drifter is found unconscious near a remote monastery, where he joins forces with a vengeful spirit as he seduces and converts each of the monks to join his league of the undead.

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He wanted him... alive or dead.

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Horror

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23 October 2009 (USA)  »

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Mon vampire  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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1.77 : 1
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Bravo!
1 November 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I watched 'Eulogy for a Vampire' the other evening with a friend and we both thought that even though it was not our genre really, it was a really interesting film and we both really enjoyed it. I love the way in which it was filmed with the lighting and the lens, especially the way in which it differentiated between the flashbacks and the present, and we felt the acting was pretty good and raw and added to the naturalness of the setting. What an amazing location -- it really added to the creepiness and spookiness of the plot and kept one on the edge of the seat! AND how clever were the special effects?! The music was pretty good and the sound was also pretty good, which cannot have been easy on what must have been a pretty difficult location. The odd (tiny) bit of post-dubbing that was noticeable actually made the piece feel more like a slightly mysterious Eastern European film, like Murnau's 'Nosferatu,' so the viewer was never quite sure if it was a new American film or a classic European gem recently re-discovered. This impression was added by the clever camera work - which also made me think a little of some of those wonderful classics from the 70's like 'Halloween' and 'House,' especially with the music picking up the tempo and lending a degree of anticipation and dread! All in all I thought it was a great film. My main complaint is that the only character I really fancied never got to do anything but whip the others. I think the director needs to use him again and get him to do a little more.


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