Embrace the Darkness

Embrace the Darkness

Vampires Galen and Miranda have just moved to Los Angeles. Galen wants to lay low and get his blood from a nearby blood bank while Miranda likes hers fresh, young, and virile. When Galen notices dancer Jennifer masturbating on her studio floor, he falls in love and sets out to pursue her. Miranda becomes jealous and seduces Jennifer, too, while Jennifer's cop boyfriend Ryan senses that she is becoming too friendly with Galen and Miranda. Meanwhile, Ryan and Detective Turner have their hands full trying to figure out why bloodless bodies keep turning up with two puncture wounds on the neck.

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Keith J (au) wrote: Love this movie. Must see

Dennis L (it) wrote: Too much drama. Not enough speed.

Andrea S (gb) wrote: I'm not quite sure what to make of this film. I adore Sokurov's style, and he leaves so much up for interpretation in this relationship. It's hard to look past what he gives the viewer in how the father and son physically interact (and then denies), but I guess that makes it delightfully uncomfortable and surreal.

Faley A (jp) wrote: My heartbeat skipped several times while seeing this movie ! After a long long time saw a real romantic movie which really soothe my heart and and made it void at the same time !! Still I m possessed by its firm grip !

Steve W (ru) wrote: Alec Guiness plays one of the best portrayals of Hitler. Downfall (2004) was definitely better, only because it was made with a better budget and was filmed in German. I felt the final 1/2 hour of the movie was much stronger than the rest of the film, especially the ending.

Mara B (fr) wrote: Charming old-fashioned musical with Astaire's 'Puttin' On the Ritz' dance routine the highlight.

George F (jp) wrote: One of the best movies I have seen in a long while. It truly is scary how well the devil can bargain with our soul's without us even realizing it.

Reece L (es) wrote: Often categorized as a documentary out of a lack of a better description, Man with a Movie Camera is thrillingly bizarre, daringly experimental, and undeniably influential. There's some semblance of a narrative involving a man with a camera (appropriately) and some of his crew members, but aside from that, the film as a whole is more focused on displaying the endless array of editing tricks and groundbreaking cinematography that Vertov has dreamed up. As a result, it's filled to the brim with original visuals, never lingering on one image for too long before cutting away to something seemingly unrelated before going back to the central meta-concept of an audience watching the film play out before them. It's a strange sit, but there's nothing else like it in the history of cinema.

Diana S (ru) wrote: Bewitching: at times spooky, at times charming.