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Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

5 Ratings: 1.2
A movie directed by Kevin Munroe

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Director: Kevin Munroe
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release Date: 29 April 2011 (USA)
MPAA Rating: PG-13
4 reviews about Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
review by . May 01, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
A Clever Little Low-Budget Occult-Horror-Comedy That Proves Quite Competent and Fun!
It is a well-known fact that I am a reviewer who has a fondness for low-budget horror movies and I can tolerate movies that have cheesy special effects as long as it matches a clever grim humor around a film’s premise. I also love comic books and mature graphic novels as long as they have little marketing gimmicks behind them. Well, seems like “Dylan Dog: Dead of Night” meets most of the requirements of a cheesy B-movie flick and it sure does feel more polished than what I had …
review by . May 05, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Dylan Dog is one of those films that feels like it was made in the 90s, and had at some point probably aired on Sci-Fi (before it became Syfy) and had a large enough following to have a small indie production company offer it a limited theatrical release.  The actors are your typical sci-fi "studs" circa now... and could have just been an added episode to the Being Human series that is now airing on the network.  Granted Sam Huntington is playing a zombie named Marcus in …
review by . August 22, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Half a star out of ****     There are so many problems with "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night" on first sight; one of them being the PG-13 rating. Can you truly make a successful horror comedy with such a rating? I mean, Sam Raimi did it very well with "Drag Me to Hell", but that's Raimi we're talking about. He is a master of the horror comedy; and it was a return to form. But "Dylan Dog", an adaptation of the long-running Italian comic-book series of the same name, is so bland and contains …
review by . May 03, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Star Rating:         Dylan Dog: Dead of Night is one of those movies that must have sounded great on paper – a horror comedy about a private detective whose clients are zombies, werewolves, and vampires. Indeed, there was the potential for it to be a lot of fun. It was all wasted, I’m sorry to say. Adapted from Tiziano Sclavi’s Italian comic book series Dylan Dog (completely unread by me), the film is a classic case of skimping in some areas, namely …
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