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I don't know why they let me live anymore then I know is what what they did to Shelly. What I do know is that I am going to find them. If she's one of them, I'll stick a stake right through her heart.
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Where on earth do you start with rubbish like this?
There are two reviews as I write this. Both are positive. That males them seriously biased.
The storyline talks about 'Indie horror mainstay' John Vincent. That means he's made three films in 15 years.
He's directed, edited, produced and written them. Oh, and written the music. And presumably done the sound and chosen the 'actors', because all of these tasks are done at around the same level. Really, REALLY badly.
There are long, and I do mean, long, unedited shots of, for example, a priest getting to work unlocking, walking around, taking books out of a cupboard, sitting down, opening the books, making VERY LARGE notes, and so on. Also an inordinately long and boring on foot chase.
All of the suspense, if we could call it that, is spoilt by a sound track which sounds like bad dubbing, but isn't. It just all sounds post production and no-one noticed that it was done in a basement with bad acoustics.
No stand out performances, the best, Michel Bugard, ruined by some really rubbish 'special' effects.
And, now I come to think of it, WHY? Why would vampires, (admittedly vampires dressed in sheets - nice touch), want to kill everyone? Don't they need blood to survive? Why slaughter lunch when you need lunch to stay alive?
To be fair, this may be answered later in the film. I could only manage 30 minutes. And I somewhat resent that.
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