Tag: Claudia Karvan

DAYBREAKERS Blu-ray Review

     May 13, 2010

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The vampire genre is the most malleable horror metaphor/plot device in cinema. From Nosferatu, to Lugosi’s Dracula, we can witness unwelcome sexual horror in Max Shrek, to Bela Lugosi’s more welcome sexual advances. In The Lost Boys, it’s a metaphor …


     September 9, 2009

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Vampires are all the rage these days, between the tween thrust of “Twilight” and the sexual abandon of “True Blood”. But “Daybreakers” is not like its current brethren – it’s a classic vamp movie that follows some beloved myths while …


     September 4, 2009

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Behold the unholy crapstorm that is Nature’s Grave, the most incoherent attempt at a horror movie I have ever seen.  Dramatically inert, devoid of scares and completely limp, this movie has absolutely no business existing other than to irritate the …