Grave of the Vampire

Grave of the Vampire

A vampire awakens from a long sleep to attack a couple making love in a graveyard. He then rapes the woman, who later gives birth to his son. The newborn infant will only drink blood from his mother's breast.

Kroft, a legendary vampire, returns from sleep. Kroft attacks a couple in a graveyard, raping the woman. The child born feeds only on blood from his mother's breast. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mark W (ru) wrote: After Looking For Eric, The Angels' Share and Jimmy's Hall I think it's fair to say that Ken Loach, in his twilight years, wasn't quite as hard-hitting as the reputation that preceded him. In fact, two films inbetween these - Route Irish and It's a Free World - where largely ignored all together. You'd have to go back to 2006 and his politically charged, Irish revolutionary drama The Wind that Shakes the Barley, to find quintessential Loach. Now though, he returns with another political drama in I, Daniel Blake and it's one of his most potent and important films. Plot: After a heart attack leaves him unable to work, widowed carpenter Daniel Blake (Dave Johns) is forced to apply for state welfare. However, the system is designed to make it difficult for him to receive any support at all. Throughout his ordeal, he befriends Katie (Hayley Squires), a single mother who finds herself in a similar situation, while trying to raise and feed her children. Together, they try to rise above the indignity of the governments extreme 'austerity' measures. In 2014 (directly after Jimmy's Hall) Loach decided to announce his retirement from filmmaking. It was crushing news from one of the most passionate political voices in British cinema. Not to say that there isn't other talents who tackle similar projects and important social issues in film (Shane Meadows and Mike Leigh spring to mind) but there really isn't anyone quite like Ken Loach. In keeping with his socialist views - before he said farewell - he allowed all of his filmography to be available for free via YouTube. However, his retirement lasted just over a year before he stated his intent to come back and make a film on the British welfare system and the Tory government's barbaric treatment of the most vulnerable people in society. Loach obviously felt that this was a story that needed to be told. And it is. In fact, this film has been so effective that it was even raised and commented on in the Houses of Parliament, itself. Naturally, the Tory MP's lambasted it for being unfair (oh, the irony!) or for failing to accurately depict the "decency" of those that work with the Department of Work and Pensions - the very foot soldiers of the Govt who have been imposing such harsh penalties and sanctions on the average working class or disabled person. Methinks the Tories protest too much and, in actual fact, Loach has hit a very raw nerve. Those that work in the DWP may claim that they're only doing their job but really they're just whores of the state that are facilitating nothing less than a fascist regime. "Work Will Set You Free" a slogan that was once used by the Nazi's above the gates of Auschwitz. This is the very ideology of Tory Britain in our current times: Don't have a job? - Tough shit! Poverty on the rise? - Fuck That! Using foodbanks to eat? - Fuck You!... I think you get the gist. Put simply, the lower classes, the sick and the disabled are seen as parasites to a dulled-down, media-controlled society that perpetuates and excuses a fascist government. A government full of toffs that wouldn't know how to walk without a silver spoon up their arse and are blatantly happy giving tax breaks to corporations and their greedy wee cronies. Social justice has always been a recurring theme throughout Loach's films and here his voice on the matter is ferociously loud and clear. I, Daniel Blake is a scathing indictment on the government and their complete lack of empathy towards its own citizens. As is often the case, his films capture a raw authenticity. There's a stark reality to this that almost feels like a documentary. He has a real ability to focus on everyday people living in everyday situations. Even if you left aside the political commentary, you'd still find that Loach has crafted a genuinely touching human drama. Ultimately, this is a story about dignity, self-respect and injustice. The film is anchored by two excellent central performances; normally known for stand-up comedy, Dave Johns as the titular character delivers solid work in his film debut but it's Hayley Squires as the single mother of two who finds herself in some devastating circumstances that truly captures your heart. For all it's unapologetic candidness, however, it also has a surprising amount of humour. To manage this, with such a bleak subject matter, only reaffirms Loach's ability to capture every aspect of life. Despite the hardships and the barbarism that people face on the lower echelons of society, there's is still a humanity that shines through. Loach has always championed the browbeaten, lower classes and his work in I, Daniel Blake (at the age of 80) shows that the fire in his soul hasn't wained a bit. Like Daniel Blake himself, he's a true voice for inequality and the dispossessed. For an understanding of how cruel our government and society has fast become, this is essential viewing. Mark Walker

Aracely D (us) wrote: it Is kind of funny.

Omar A (ca) wrote: Muy buena historia italiana, de esas que me gustan!!!! Preparen los pauelitos, acomodense bien y disfruten del drama de una familia bien italiana, somos tan parecidos!!! Risas, llantos, emociones... Recomendada para todos los que gusten de reunirse en familia, aunque se peleen se griten y se puteen siempre en el fondo sabemos que nos queremos!

Brad S (br) wrote: One of the most busted up films I have ever seen. hilarious.

Private U (kr) wrote: A piss poor mix of MYSTERY MEN and FOUR ROOMS. It's not funny nor witty, though it tries so very hard to be. One star goes to the absolutely kick ass anime intro!

Raya P (br) wrote: Loved the story, the voice acting could have been better (looking at you Steve Buscemi, what's up with your timing?)

Jamie C (ru) wrote: Good solid action film, Good plot and Wesley Snipes provides a very clever and good villian.

LAM S (ag) wrote: It is really fun...haha...!

john p (ca) wrote: I really like it. It's amazing

cody n (it) wrote: Cheesy movie I saw as a kid but that's what makes it good.

Kyle F (ru) wrote: Entrails of a Virgin (???-?????, Shojo no harawata?) is a 1986 horror film in the "splatter-eros" subgenre of pink film. A group of photographers and their models go to a forest retreat. They engage in S&M play and lots of softcore sex. Eventually they get picked off one-by-one by a filth-covered 'demon' with an unnaturally large penis. Most of the sex scenes are fogged. If you want to jerk off to hairy Japanese women getting raped by their friends then by all means this is a film for you. One scene involves a bunch of guys and girls sitting around inside a cabin. they're bored, so one guy says," let's wrestle!" The girl refuses (but apparently no means yes in this movie). It ends up with them stripping (cuz that's normal and all) with her peeing on him. If you make it through the first part of the movie (if you are a nut like me), then you'll notice that the "monster" that is also raping and killing everyone (no, not the friends, they just rape each other), is really just a tall Caucasian male covered in mud. Then if you are REALLY a nut (like me) and make it to the end of the movie. The white guy rapes the last chick and she somehow escapes and gets pregnant. Then she stands on a cliff and the screen turns to flames.'s one of those kind of movies. You will kick yourself in the head after for watching it. It's a waste of your time. So do yourself a favor a listen to me don't watch this garbage. Don't let the 10% rating that I give it fool you cause I wanted to give it 0% but Rotten Tomatoes won't let me.

Lorraine W (us) wrote: Gosh, my friend Amanda Trett and watched this at the ABC here in Norwich when were 15 because my boyfriend at the time and his ate got the tickets. It was well dark and freaky an we Amanda I had to get the bus in the dark and we were well scared as we then had to go are seperate ways once we got off the bus

roger t (br) wrote: recommended by neffielee.

Stephen S (us) wrote: Solid. I feel like this film is a bit overrated as far as John Hughes films go (this is like my 5th favorite of his lol). But still an 80s/teen classic.