Kenny is obsessed with vampires, so much so that he joins the ranks of the 'Vampire Knights' a fan club for a late-night TV program hosted by Sir Peterson and proudly shells out for a 'Vampire Knights' medallion. Kenny takes this all so seriously much to the amusement of his flatmates Bobbie and Tom who he constantly tries to enlist. But Kenny's obsession may just have it's uses;'while at a party three strangers appear, Tasar, Zane and Ellissa, drawn to the 'Vampire Knights' medallion, the girls follow the boys home for a private party of their own.
- Stars:Ken Abraham, Billy Frank, Robin Stille, Thomas Kingsley, Ann Michaels, Lee Martin, Mary Logan, Gail Slade, Kim North, Steve Parks, Candy, Debra, James Dodson, Dana Farindelli, Bud Graves,
- Director:Daniel Peterson,
- Writer:Daniel Peterson
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Vampire Knights torrent reviews
(us) wrote: DVD box art is everything. Slap the name STEPHEN KING on it and now you've got more than everything. Inevitably, of course, you wind up in the cinematic gutter with absolutely nothing (well, maybe a little blood from your ass). But there are SOME good nothings. For example, NOTHING makes me happier than to see a withered, weathered, aging Billy Drago (Frank Nitti from "The Untouchables) portray a spooky desert rat preacher SO drowsily and drearily that you start to grandly guffaw out loud (and all alone) at the cold, corny realization that some sleaze from Dimension Extreme actually PAID this man some degree of pittance to do was he's actually doing on the screen. Namely, NOTHING.Throw in some cheap sets, some spray-painted walls, a coupla corn husk crucifixes (or 12) and you arrive at yet ONE MORE nothing contribution to a low-end, creepy kid, horror franchise that's been dying slow death since it's conception (the short story all these films were based on was first published in the March 1977 issue of Penthouse! PENTHOUSE!!!).I was (quite simply) corn-holed. And I only blame myself.
(fr) wrote: When Cillian Murphy, Ellen page and Susan Sarandon star, the movie is almost certainly guaranteed to be at least watchable. Michael Lander's debut film "Peacock" is even more than that, offering a fascinating psychological drama that uses its start, most of all Murphy, well.The story is about John, an introverted loner who lives in a small town, works quietly in the bank and has no friends. When a train hits John's house, the townspeople see for the first time that John also has a wife, Emma. Emma soon emerges from her protected life and becomes a valued and liked townmember. There is one catch though. Physivally, Emma is John. She only exists when John doesn't, an alternate personality the lonely man has created to help himself. Emma occupies the house, does the chores and makes sure John has everything he needs. John occupies the outside world. When the accident changes that this equilibrium is shattred; Emma wants a life of her own, perhaps even on the expense of John's.Lander directs with skill, giving Murphy and his co-stars room to operate on a story that might seem exploitative, even goofy if not handled so well. "Peacock" works as an allegory about gender roles and the empowerment of women as well as an entertaining psychological drama. Some of the thriller aspects of the storytelling seem a bit off, but work in their own way to understand John, definitely more unlikeable of the personalitiesn fighting over one body.The film doesn't fulfill all the potential its subject matter and creative team has, but it works well as a movie and manages to convey different layers of meaning. It will be interesting to see what Lander- an obviously talented filmmaker- will do next.
(gb) wrote: Some few funny moments but they are few and far between.
(fr) wrote: I saw that the Heroes chick was involved and was ready to really hate it. But this was actually a good movie about Asian American self-identity.
(gb) wrote: Algo lenta, pero muy emotiva y profunda. Resultado... El mundo no es bonito. Aun queda gente buena. Creo.
(au) wrote: One of the best teen comedies for a long time. Interesting characters mixed with silly comedy. And... one of the most gorgeous girls ever to grace a teen flick.
(de) wrote: Based on the packaging, the reviews and the tagline ("a summer in paradise"), you might expect "My Life So Far" to be a sugary, rural, nostalgic and Disney-ish family movie about an eccentric British inventor and his son. Actually, this is a nasty family drama about an adulterous father and his son's discovery of pornography in an attic "where Satan lurks". A story about a ten-year-old boy learning all there is to know about prostitution and lesbianism and watching photographs of naked Belgian women is not my idea of a family movie. I quit after 45 minutes.
(nl) wrote: Do you want to be severely depressed for ninety minutes? Then please see this, assuming you can find it....
(ca) wrote: The quality film of the series - the first two sequels are also great but for other reasons. :) Excellent quality blu-ray.
(de) wrote: Classic John Cusack falls in love. Exactly what I wanted to see!
(ru) wrote: A good thrill action movie with a high level of predictably. I loved McConaughey here as he played an ultimate badass. He comes together with others to fight dragons in a world where dragons rule. There good have been a better plot, I mean it's pretty simple but it is what it is.
(ca) wrote: 6 years after Charles Band's underground cult classic Trancers hit theaters, he finally delivers a highly anticipated sequel (to the low budget cult audience that is) only this time direct-to-video. In the time between Trancers and Trancers II, Band's company Empire Pictures went bankrupt and his new direct-to-video company Full Moon Entertainment took the reins of the franchise and though the sequel isn't as good, it's still great to see a character like Jack Deth back on the screen, even if it is only the small screen.The plot takes place 6 years after the events of the first film with Deth and his girlfriend Leena (again played by Helen Hunt) still protecting the ancestor of our last remaining council member of the future from Trancer scum. No Trancers have been sighted for years until one day they suddenly pop up but thankfully Deth is there to foil their plans. It seems that Whistler's brother Wardo (Richard Lynch) has popped up in 1991 Los Angeles, running psycho wards in order to breed new Trancers. To make matters more complicated, Jack Deth's ex-wife, who died, was rescued before her death and sent down the line to spy on Wardo. We all can see a predicable love triangle happening here! The best part of this sequel is that Band reunited almost all of the surviving characters of the original Trancers so it's a hoot to see them all together again and to see how they've changed over six years. Band also adds great cult actors Richard Lynch and Jeffrey Combs to the mix. Lynch is great in his token villain role but Combs is rather wasted and only seems to be thrown into the film to appease the cult film fanatics.The main problem with the film is the budget constraints and it looks and feels far more low budget then even its shoe string original. The action sequences are very low grade, poorly shot and with lots of slow motion. The climax is also hardly anything to get excited about with low grade action antics. The low production values actually cause more unintentional laughter than anything.Even with no budget, Tim Thomerson makes the film worth seeing alone as he again perfectly plays the lovable jackass Jack Deth like he was born for the role. His outrageous one liners always brings a smile to my face ("Damnit McNulty! Next time someone hands you an exploding ham, I'm gonna pass the mustard!"). This is definitely worth checking out for fans of the original.... others may not apply.Bonus Rant: During one sequence the movie blatantly focuses on a movie trailer for Charles Band's Crash and Burn which is shown on a TV. It's one thing to be subtle about such nods to other films by having them on the screen in the back ground and such, but to actually break the plot flow in order to focus on the trailer is kind of sad. It's like Band was wanting people who were watching this film to go rent Crash and Burn right away. Nothing like hitting people in the head by shamelessly promoting your other material Band!