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Dead Cert

  • Rated NR

horror


Freddie Frankham is working his way into the East End London big league with the opening of his nightclub, but soon realizes he's made a grave mistake by building it on the sacred land of Dante Livienko.

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2 stars

It's a cross between lock stock and from dusk till dawn but its not that great.Its a ok movie but is let down by some bad acting and poor set pieces.The sfx is good but not great and there is no exploding vampires when they get steaked i don't think the budget could reach that far.The main saving grace it that its all tongue n cheek but that get a bit tiresome by the end.

- briandeguelle, Monday, October 18, 2010

3 stars

Cool independant vampire horror. An ex-con is trying to make an honest go of things by opening a club in London but things go tits up when a Romanian businessman wants to buy the land by any means possible. The ex-con refuses but when a close friend gets killed by one of the businessmans clan a battle ensues but the bad guys turn out to be vampires making things alot harder than usual! Although not brilliant, this is pretty well written and acted with gangster film veterans Craig Fairbrass, Billy Murray, Dexter Flethcher and British theatre legend Steven Berkoff all putting in good performances. Worth a look if your an old school vampire fan.

- monkeybobbob, Tuesday, October 12, 2010