Ryan Daley was the first to catch a glimpse of Iwai Shunji’s Japanese Vampire at this past month’s Sundance Film Festival. The film drained Ryan Daley of all energy, to say the least. Bloody Disgusting’s Corey Mitchell has a very different take:
“Just remember, VAMPIRE is no vampire film. It is, however, a film of exquisitely executed horrors – the horrors of the mundane, the forgotten, and the pathetic; from the beautifully clueless to the incrementally delusional. It is a depressive descent into the mind of a murderer with a heart and soul, yet who somehow manages to be heartless and soulless.”
You can read Corey’s review by by clicking here. Click the title above for Ryan’s thoughts, along with stills and clips.
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