Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula

Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula

Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula combines the rough and tumble world of 1930's era gangster movies with the gothic atmosphere of a classic horror film. When a robbery goes bad and one of their companions is shot, Bonnie & Clyde (portrayed by Los Angeles-based actors Tiffany Shepis and Trent Haaga) are forced to seek help at the mansion of the crazed Dr. Loveless. But Loveless has a secret. Deep in his cellar, the recently revived Dracula awaits...

After a heist goes wrong, outlaw couple Bonnie and Clyde crash a mansion inhabited by the recently revived Dracula. When gangsters meet vampires, there's bloody hell to pay. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bonnie & Clyde vs. Dracula torrent reviews

Queenella K (nl) wrote: another film about a teenager is terminally ill with cancer... and it's all about the wish they have before they leave...

Steve M (ru) wrote: Asylum of the Damned (aka "Hell Born") Starring: Matt Stasi, Bruce Payne, Tom Lister, Gregory Wagrowski, and Tracy Scroggins Director: Phil Jones When James Bishop (Stasi) goes from run-of-the-mill resident to supervisor of a ward at St. Andrews' State Mental Hospital straight ouf of medical school, he thinks his career is off to a rocketing start. However, he soon discovers this mental hospital is a little more hellish than most... and that a demonic cult is feeding the patients to a demon in the hospital's basement. "Asylum of the Damned" features a lazily written, badly researched script--from presenting a plot that only works because our hero behaves stupidly from the outset, to presenting us with a hospital so badly run that even the demon in the basement wouldn't be able to save its director (Payne) from being invesitgated by any number of regulatory commisions--that features dialogue that's so tortured at times that the writer must have been emulating Ed Wood. The film also fails utterly to do what a horror film set against a modern backdrop absolutely must to in order to work: The film never bothers to ground itself in anything that resembles normality. It is groan-inducingly unbelievalbe from the outset. The creepy way the hospital is presented as soon as our hero arrives, and the behavior of the staff--from the security guard to the head doctor--is so rude and unprofessional from their first appearances that it's plain the viewer is in for something very awful... and it guarentees the fillm's failure. The overblown attempts at establishing a menacing air IMMEDIATELY in the film means that no true menace is ever really felt--even the hackneyed "gotcha!" scares fail to work, because the film's beginning is so badly botched. It's a shame the direction and scripting of this movie was so severely botched, because the cast actually did a fairly good decent job. If these actors were assembled for a film with a script that was perhaps taken through a second draft before filming started, and if they were in a fillm that actually had a first act, I think they might be able to impress. The creature design was also excellent--the soul-eating demon in the hospital's basement is far better looking than I would have expected in a rancid turkey like this. It's the one thing in the film that will make you sit up and go "wow!' Of course, I don't recommend you ever take the opportunity to view that demon, because "Asylum of the Damned" is so weak a movie that I don't think it's even suitable for a Bad Movie Nite. It's not bad enough to be good in that sense.

Lanisha R (fr) wrote: i hate this movie with a passion.

Tino R (br) wrote: A very entertaining throwaway thriller, Michael Keaton rocks in this.

Kurt B (mx) wrote: Based on a H.G. Wells novel of the same name, Empire of the ants offers what would seem an insect version of Godzilla. What's responsible for the enlargement of these ants isn't very original because it comes in the shape of the good old toxic waste leakage although some may argue this is original in its own rights if the novel was wrote in 1905 before the idea had been used before. A group of people touring an island in search of buying plots of land stumble across the beasts but can't escape because their boat is already infested with ants. After the party travel through the jungle to reach safety they realise that the human inhabitants of the island are also in league with the ants but have to pay them a tribute of vast amounts of sugar to insure their survival. The acting was seriously atrocious but for me that was about as bad as it got, contrary to what allot of people think about this movie I loved the special effects. The effects themselves mainly contained actual footage of real ants edited into filmed jungle and any close up shots are plastic ants covering the helpless individual, I never really look at the effects of films much because I believe it leaves more room for the imagination and story unlike films like Avatar which do everything for you. You can really see the story is the work of H.G. Wells, the idea was superb and the only other time I have seen giant ants is in films where people have been shrunk as opposed to the ants being enlarged. A concept I admired allot is how the movie points out how smart ants are and how much of a threat they can pose, it's a fact ants herd Aphids like we herd cattle and they grow fungus deep underground much like we cultivate crops, in my opinion they are much more intelligent than Dolphins and actual have been classed as ' Nomadic ' by experts. Some bad points I couldn't help but laugh at were the scenes that included the ant vision and in most of the stock footage you could see the ant's put their legs on the side of the glass tank in which they were being filmed. As this is a rather original story then it must be considered fresh in a sense but I would sure like to see a remake of this.

Sasha K (br) wrote: the end was crazy. the movie definitely didn't make me feel good, but it did make me think. which automatically qualifies as a 'good movie' from my perspective. Reminded me of 'Last Night' - same idea, different approach and different outcome. I didn't connect with Chloe, probably because that's my position. and i didn't like how it looks like from the side. nonetheless, anything French is a masterpiece by definition, and although i wouldn't watch it again, - it makes me depressed, I would recommend it to others.

Neil B (ag) wrote: Literally the greatest film ever

Brad S (gb) wrote: Interesting to see how they choose which films will be preserved in the National Film Registry as each year 25 American films are chosen since 1989. A lot of the obvious films are covered, but there are also some interesting lesser-known gems. Check it out!