Sliding under the radar during most of production was Iwai Shunji’s Japanese Vampire, which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film drained Ryan Daley of all energy.
“The ingredients for a ‘Martin’-like cult classic are certainly present…but this is one of those movies that inexplicably abandons compelling subplots in favor of boring ones. ‘Vampire’ is too self-indulgent to be taken seriously. It’s a film with a complete disregard for its audience.”
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