May 26, 2011

We Are The Night - Wildside Cinema Review


Vampires, it would seem, are no longer what they used to be. Actually that’s not true at all. Thanks to a certain franchise they have been dragged kicking and screaming into the mainstream, and devoured by a bloodthirsty public that are seemingly happy with whiny vampires. Fair play to them, they are what they are.
For me though vampires have always been a charming yet vicious breed. Growing up with Christopher Lee’s Dracula and Salem’s Lot and then later on Fright Night’s Jerry Dandridge (soon to be Farrellized in the remake), The Lost Boys and Near Dark. These were killers whichever way you sliced them.
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2 comments:

Hey Its Just Book Reviews said...

Nice review. I miss my evil vampires or the killer sexy dark type that might love you for your flesh and the redness inside you by ripping you apart.

Lord of Filth said...

Thanks brother! These vamps manage to be both