Canadian producer/writer/director Maurice Devereaux turns in an extremely effective flick about a young psychiatric nurse who watches the world crumble around her one night in the subway. Is everone going insane or is it really the end of the world?
See the full review, "IS IT REALLY THE END OF THE LINE?".
I was very impressed with the first effort from these film makers (the Aussie zombie flick UNDEAD that turned out to be a lot more than it seemed), but I never expected this slick, nifty, flick from Sophomores! Vampires have taken over the world and are punching their time cards just like they did when they were still breathing--but a serious food shortage has all of the living and the undead facing extinction.
From Director Stuart Gordon and writer Dennis Paoli comes this nifty take on Poe's story. I can bet you've never seen it presented quite this way before. Jeffry Combs makes a very convincing Edgar Allen Poe too.
Violent, funny movie about toxic something or other turning people into fleshing eating fiends, but even if it wasn't good it would still be worth price of admission just to see Quentin Tarantino die a horrible death.
Korean vampire flick about a Catholic priest who becomes infected with a vampire virus after engaging in experiments on another virus. Things go from bad to worse when he falls for the wife of an old friend.