The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman

The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman

Elvira is travelling through the French countryside with her friend Genevieve, searching for the lost tomb of a medieval murderess and possible vampire, Countess Wandessa. They find a likely site in the castle of Waldemar Daninsky, who invites the women to stay as long as they like. As Waldemar shows Elvira the tomb that supposedly houses the countess, she accidentally causes the vampire to come back to life, hungrier than ever. Daninsky has a hidden secret of his own, but will it be enough to save the two girls from becoming Wandessa's next victims?

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Murali B (br) wrote: not your run of the mill movie but something that is almost has a feel of stage play. a lot of symbolism used throughout the movie with Gulabo (rose or pink in colloquial Hindi) the drink and the buffalo symbolizing a socialist bent of mind that gets an industrialist to think more for people and their interest when he is under the influence.All in all, a Pankaj Kapoor movie, it was a feast to watch his top notch calibre in this movie.most of the screenplay is interesting except some drag in second half and the very cliche ending. shabana anushka and arya babbar did well but Imraan seemed out of place not only with hariyanavi accent but the whole role.watch it if you are sick of standard bollywood recipe of romance and action. watch it for Pankaj Kapoor's brilliant performance. watch it for some interesting symbolism and some very interesting dialogues. Shabana has the best lines when she explains role of a politician; just amazing writing.

Jose Miguel G (ru) wrote: It takes a while for its "lone-man-hero" conventional set up to start, but once it does is a non-stop action blast, with great edition and amazing martial arts moments, Gareth Evans directional debut is a worthy entry in his amazing filmography.

John Joseph M (gb) wrote: Deliverance meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre in Tasmania. It's very effective and has some truly terrifying moments.

Kevin S (fr) wrote: A good moving, but way too depressing for my personality!

Mri S (es) wrote: Hard to explain, unimaginable.

Timothy N (gb) wrote: EVERYONE-SHOULD-WATCH-THIS MOVIE?! GREAT! MUST-SEE! WONDERFUL!..

Graham M (ru) wrote: Kentucky Fried Movie with none of the comedy.

l i n d (kr) wrote: I absolutely love it! It's funny, it's cute and it has good music. Especially Nolan Funk is GREAT! What a SPECTACULAR movie!

ian b (nl) wrote: we are watching this movie right now. it seems ok so far. probably not good though. well, we're only part way into the film. there is a good bit of inner monologues.

Andrew S (br) wrote: Pretty good Psycho rip-off. I am not sure how surprising the big twist is supposed to be but I figured it out pretty fast, but maybe I had already seen it somewhere.

Margarita S (es) wrote: A fine example of an ensemble cast at its best. Emotionally connected with the characters and was pulled into the storyline. An interesting take on life as a pilot.

Serge L (br) wrote: Much better than the first one with barely a scatological joke. This one is mostly fun with few bad moments. I definitely had fun and even laughed out loud a couple of times toward the end, which surprised me! Well, a couple of jokes I didn't see coming. Loved the real James Bondish bits near the end as well. English reborn, redeems himself. I liked Gillian and Rosamund. Rosamund is expressive contrary to her usual botox-face and incredibly cute a few times. Enjoyable time for all ages.

Chris C (nl) wrote: In a horror franchise that mainly transitions into more comedic elements than anything, 1993's Leprechaun delivers a few chills as well with a solid debut performance by Jennifer Aniston and a wickedly humorous lead from Warwick Davis.

Al M (de) wrote: To be clear, I am not reviewing the remake depicted in the picture above but the original Chilean film, which is a masterpiece of brutality. An eviscerating indictment of masculine culture and patriarchy, Hidden in the Woods Two sisters and the mentally disabled brother/son of one of them escape their abusive father and find refuge at a cabin in the woods. But their father's drug-dealing and run-ins with the police lead to more men seeking them out. A film in which no male is to be trusted because they are all liars and rapists, Hidden in the Woods equates civilization with machismo and rape--it is built not just upon the raped bodies of women but upon all the different peoples who have been displaced and abused in order to form it. A primal meditation on the forces that constrain women (and any other disenfranchised group, like the mentally disable), Hidden in the Woods will make you feel dirty before the credits roll, but it will also make you consider your complicity in this sad state of affairs.