In 1984, in Kiev, the communist teacher Andrej Romanovic Evilenko is dismissed from his position after a pedophilic act against a student. On 15 May 1984, the pedophile Evilenko begins to rape children, and then slashing the victims in pieces and eating them. The magistrate family man Vadim Timurouvic Lesiev is assigned to catch the serial killer and almost eight years later he finally captures the monster that killed fifty-five persons, most of them children and young women. On 22 May 1992, Evilenko goes to the court and on 14 February 1994 he is finally executed.
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Adam M (nl) wrote: Deep down, buried amongst the poor direction, bad acting and low budget, is what is actually a cool concept. A team of elite commando vampires taking down 28 Days Later 'rage virus' type vampires. It should be cool... sadly it's not.
Phil S (jp) wrote: Only worth seeing at a film festival.
Arslan K (fr) wrote: Very enjoyable beginning to end and it's totally not overrated and people who say money monster is better are little pig fucks. (Ryan)
Ed Q (kr) wrote: Scorsese's approach is akin to a college lecture.
Jed D (br) wrote: This film offered nothing to the table. Judd Nelson, as gifted an actor in his prime as he was ... just could not carry this one.
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Jordan F (gb) wrote: Although it gets a little confusing, it will make you jump several times.