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