Vampires

Stake Land II: The Stakelander – Review

It has been seven years since the original Stake Land came out, which was a damn good take on the tired vampire genre, mixing a post-apocalyptic Mad Max-esque world with ravaging, bloodthirsty vampires. It had an interesting lead character by the name of Mister (Nick Damici) and plenty of action moments sprinkled with a gruelling savagery that made the viewer feel like no one was safe. Jump ahead ...

Vamp – Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

I’ve never seen the movie Vamp growing up, so whether or not it actually holds up today, that I can’t tell you. What I can tell you, is that the film is a cheesy, funny vampire flick that gets bogged down by pacing issues. The usually stellar Arrow Video released Vamp on Blu-ray already back in 2014. This latest release is for North American audiences and unfortunately, it removes some...

Press Release: Scottish Vampire Flick ‘Night Kaleidoscope’ Gets Psychedelic New Trailer

What we have here is a low budget vampire flick with some style! Check out the new trailer and a couple photos for Night Kaleidoscope from director Grant McPhee below… From the Press Release: Night Kaleidoscope is the third feature from Award-Winning Director Grant McPhee, and his first foray into the horror genre. Shot in just one week on a shoestring budget, the film punches well above its...

The Return of Count Yorga (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

I kept putting off watching and reviewing The Return of Count Yorga, as I assumed it was going to be another old vampire flick trying to be funny, but thankfully, I was completely wrong. There is a bit of humour here and there, but the film has plenty of spooky moments and dreadful scenes. It’s a love story at heart, but not without some bloodshed. The Scream Factory release comes across a l...

Bloodsucking Bastards (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

Annoying co-workers, troubled relations with the hot HR girl, slackers and a missed promotion are only peanuts when you throw in the presence of vampires. Bloodsucking Bastards (known as Bloodsucking Bosses at Wal-Mart) shows you how crappy cubicle life can be and then throws in blood hungry vampires to spice things up. If you’re in the mood for fangs and paperwork, Bloodsucking Bastards is ...

PRESS RELEASE: BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS HITS BLU-RAY NOV 3, 2015

SCREAM FACTORY™ PRESENTS BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS  (a.k.a. Bloodsucking Bosses)   Starring Fran Kranz, Pedro Pascal, Emma Fitzpatrick, Yvette Yates with  Joel Murray and Joey Kern                                                 ACTION-PACKED HORROR COMEDY ARRIVES...

PRESS RELEASE: Scream Factory Presents The Return of Count Yorga on Blu-ray October 13, 2015

Scream Factory Presents The Return of Count Yorga On Blu-ray October 13, 2015  Starring Robert Quarry, Mariette Hartley and Craig T. Nelson A horrifying love story… with bite! Scream Factory proudly presents The Return of Count Yorga in its North American Blu-ray debut on October 13, 2015. The sequel to the hit 1970 original film Count Yorga, Vampire, the Deathmaster makes his triumphant retu...

Love At First Bite/Once Bitten Blu-ray/Movie Review

Another vampire two pack offering coming at you from Scream Factory and this time, we got one funny, quirky 80s gem by the way of Once Bitten and another late 70s, trying ever so hard to be funny vampire flick, Love At First Bite. This Blu-ray isn’t loaded with any sort of special features and the movies aren’t top notch classics, but if you find it cheap, what better way to kill a few...

Vampire’s Kiss/High Spirits (Double Feature Blu-Ray / Movie Review)

The latest two-pack from Scream Factory is somewhat of a departure from the horror scene. Featuring two 80s “horror comedies” Vampire’s Kiss and High Spirits. One movie is incredibly entertaining and original. The other is… well High Spirits. Product Information: DISCS: 1 RUN-TIME: 103/99 min ASPECT RATIO: 1.85:1 RESOLUTION: 1080p AUDIO: DTS-HD MA 2.0 LANGUAGE: English SUBT...

30 Days of Night: Dark Days Movie Review

Release: 2010, Rating: R, Run time: 92 min. 30 Days of Night was a great movie. It had atmosphere, gore and scary vampires. It also had some pretty good acting and it only really got silly near the end. That’s a good movie. 30 Days of Night: Dark Days on the other hand, is a boring movie, with no atmosphere, crappy gore and even crappier vampires, who scream like banshees. If I had to descri...

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