Vampir-Cuadecuc is a 1970 experimental feature film by Catalan filmmaker Pere Portabella. The entire film is photographed on high contrast black & white film stock, which gives it the appearance of a degraded film print, evoking early Expressionist horror films such as F. W. Murnau's Nosferatu or Carl Theodor Dreyer's Vampyr. It was shot on the set of Jesus Franco's Count Dracula, starring Christopher Lee and Herbert Lom. The sound track is by frequent Portabella collaborator Carles Santos, and the only spoken dialogue in the film appears only in the last scene, which features Lee reading from Bram Stoker's original novel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Marco D (br) wrote: The movie seems to be interesting from the very beginning. The narration keeps you entertained all the time with the ambiguous relations between the characters and the awaiting for some plot twist that seems always about to come. The sad surprise is that there is no twist. All the tension, the expectations of something that is going to happen that will leave everyone with open mouth it is just not happening. A pity for a movie that has the potential to be a very good one.
JuanKa P (ca) wrote: Pese a que los crticos fueron duros con esta peli, yo creo que se merece una oportunidad, porque es un llamado a la dulzura, a aprender a conectarse con los otros e inclusive tiene un encuentro con el romance. Morgan Freeman es Monte Wildhorn, un autor de historias de vaqueros, quien se refugia en un tranquilo pueblo para lamentarse por su triste vida y pasar su alcoholismo; pero alli conocer a sus vecinas. Una madre y tres hijas que se volvern sus amigas, que le servirn para volver a encontrar la perdida inspiracin que tuvo alguna vez como escritor
Arundhati S (fr) wrote: I guess it is Vinay Pathak's best performance to date. Emotional and one of those movies that made me cry a lot.
Candice B (kr) wrote: such a good movie! so cute!
David M (nl) wrote: The way it was filmed was good but really couldnt get into it that much since i am not a trekkie myself.
Nyk P (ru) wrote: B Movie that was fairly decent and was fairly enjoyable.
Joby D (de) wrote: OH, god no...make it stop, make it stop!!!
Tasha J (jp) wrote: cant remember last time i saw this movie and itz gud
Joshua G (ca) wrote: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
John R (de) wrote: 150703: Weak follow-up to Planet of the Apes. Rushed at times and a bit too hokey.
Karsh D (jp) wrote: Awful cheap budget American horror offering where a pre historic caveman is found in Palm Springs.
Richard D (ag) wrote: Not one of Stroheim's best. The subject matter is similar to "Foolish Wives", but this plays like a fairly routine melodrama when compared to that grand epic.
Lee M (br) wrote: A very funny take on Holmes and Watson. Why have I never heard of this film?