Elwood and Lackey explore the bowels of British comedy and the depths of obscure American drama in the latest horrific episode!
An engrossing, richly-realized pulp landscape, destined to be regarded as a future cult classic.
An expert dissection of the modern gothic supernatural romance, taking Twilight to its logical, and hilarious, extreme.
A flawed film, yet with an unmistakeable vision that shines through.
I expected more from a Lucky McKee movie than hot chicks and fun kill scenes
Gothic vampire romance doesn't have to be the exclusive domain of the YA set
One of Hammer's weaker Gothic vampire films.