While filming Nosferatu, director F.W. Murnau hires a man named Max Schrek to play the title vampire, which he plays very well, because he really is a vampire! Continue reading “Shaun vs. Shadow of the Vampire (2000)”
Two American girls arrive in Romania to learn the local culture which may include becoming the targeted infatuation of a vampire returning to his hometown after years of exile and a chip on his shoulder.
Starring Bela Lugosi, Helen Chandler and David Manners
Dracula is dead and loving it! He decides that he can’t take the Transylvanian townspeople calling him a monster so he buys some property and moves to the big city…London! He meets and greets (and eats) a few people until he runs into Mina Harker, a married woman but that doesn’t bother the Count, he has three wives. He tries to make her his fourth but her husband and professor Van Helsing, who knows the ways of the vampire, try to stop him before it’s too late for Mina. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Dracula (1931)”
Well, the movie seems to be about a man murdered by drug smuggling vampires then later turned into a cyborg who shotguns his way through the undead ranks and make sure the drugs stay out of America. At least that’s what I think it’s about. There are scenes like a Chinese ghost marrying a gorilla vampire mixed into the bunch so I really have to wonder whether the crack in the movie were real because whoever was making this movie was definitely using that to pad out the movie. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Robo Vampire (1988)”