An uninspired entry to a once strong action/fantasy brand, this one will be only for the die-hard fans of Kate Bekinsale’s Selene character.
We review the feature-packed, beautifully packaged collector’s edition of this dystopian Gothic vampire anime series and let you know if it’s worth the hefty price tag.
Coppola’s Twixt is visually stunning, and that’s about the only thing good that can be said about it.
Aurora says: Watch out humans, the vampires are fighting back. Bill’s coming for you. And Sookie gives in to her inner “danger whore” in this week’s True Blood, episode 6 review.
This teen romance vampire spoof shows a lot of potential for its young filmmaker, but it will only appeal to a limited audience.
The vampires are back for another go in part two of Funimation’s reference quality release of this gorgeously animated horror/thriller anime series.
This gorgeously animated, addictive, and well written horror/thriller anime series may plough the familiar grounds of the undead — vampires — but it is well worth viewing, especially in this reference Blu-ray/DVD combo pack from Funimation.
Kate Beckinsale rejoins the Underworld franchise in Underworld: Awakening, but this action-filled, 3D production has little to hold one’s attention outside its derivative, Resident Evil-style effects.
Sookie Stackhouse and her vamp companions continue their reign in blood in this crazy, campy, utterly addictive fourth season of True Blood, coming to Blu-ray+DVD+Digital Copy in a reference collection from HBO Home Entertainment.
This vampire spoof is just as dull as the original it tries to parody, but at least its 1080p transfer doesn’t suck.