Pros: Cast. Lead by Sean Patrick Flanery whom I've liked since Powder. He's great in this playing an introverted Superintendent and his apartment complex. That's only his part time job though. His day job is at some sort of steel parts office/warehouse. Michael of course adds grit & depth as a paraplegic Vampire hunter. Brad Rowe has a small but memorable part as a convenience store clerk.
Plot. I like the direction of the storyline. I wasn't sure at first but it takes unexpected turns & with a pleasant surprise sort of ending-it rounds out things nicely. If you mesh Hellraiser, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and Grease 2, here's what you would have. (no it's not a musical) but there are elements from these 3 movies that I found here.
Cons: The size of Michael's role. After Michael joins the film at about 25 minutes-it seems he's going to have a huge part but doesn't. Although I enjoy the plot turns of the film-it kind of prevents Michael's part from being bigger.
Acting. Not real happy with the female vampire's acting or Harry's (Sean Patrick Flanery) mean co-worker. Although I think she improved as the movie developed, I don't think his got better.
All in all it was enjoyable, I'm happy with the result, and I'm glad I finally own it. It's not one of Michael's best nor is it one of his worst films. It would fall somewhere in the middle. As far as movies go it's a 10/10 because I'm biased but within only Michael's movies for a rating I'd say 6/10.