Undeniably schlocky and strange, but it has a lot to say about slavery, racism and sexism.
The first Yorga film was essentially a Dracula ripoff, but the sequel brings some more original ideas to the table. Most interestingly, the Count becomes infatuated with a young woman that he can't bring himself to turn into a vampire. is this love?
Change-ups to the formula and a humorous sense of self-awareness make this a worthy continuance of Count Yorga's story.
I've been waiting anxiously seven years for Alfonso Cuarón to bless us again. It's been that long since Children Of Men, a film so phenomenal and powerful that it changed the way I view and think about movies. It was one of my first HD-DVD purchases, and went on to become the most watched in my collection until the format eventually succumbed to Blu-Ray.
Gravity is likewise an astounding and absolutely gorgeous film, and regardless of how you may end…