The evil vampire villain Radu returns to his hometown of Prejnar, after spending years in exile. He steals the precious blood stone which is said to be bleeding from all saints, from his father and kills him. Meanwhile two American schoolgirls teams up with a local girl for a work on Roumanian culture. Radu becomes attracted to them but runs into trouble when his brother Stephan helps the girls.

The film starring Angus Scrimm, Anders Hove, Irina Movila is directed by Ted Nicolaou. It is about Radu is a evil vampire undergoes years in exile and now comes back his hometown. He gets some problems with his love and his brother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Pavandeep S (gb) wrote: Decent film that is a little on the nose with its dialogue.

Dave R (gb) wrote: a coming of age film set in a girl's summer camp. i was feeling nostalgic for the late 70s/ early 80s. this hit the spot. i was 10 when it came out and it was rated R so i never saw it then. nothing special about the film - just a nice reminder for me of what it was like growing up without cell phones. computers and video games.

Cita W (kr) wrote: The story's a bit unusual compared to the usual silent movies love story but I actually love this a lot.

Justin T (au) wrote: I loved it when he wore the oregon duck shirt. GO DUCKS!!!!

Manolo P (es) wrote: "We need to talk about Kevin" relates the tense relationship between a mother and her son Kevin through a slow, overwhelming, confusing and painful story. The performances are very good and the plot is adequately realistic. In fact, the proposal is almost excellent, however it does not become very good since the story has too many holes and although the intention is to add the audience to the doubt and sympathy towards the mother Eva (Tilda Swinton), the film sows more doubts than possible answers. Personally, the argument becomes very tiring, causing the situation to be hated. The film presents the process of how Kevin, (Ezra Miller) who is the son, as well as grows, worsens as a person, coming to adolescence practically as a criminal. Even the mentionned, the story is fascinating, because on the one hand, symbols such as red have a proper implementation, and on the ther hand, flashbacks are well built and photography shows a great domain. This is that kind of real terror that any parent has to see and whose impact will leave the audience thinking for a long time, since the analysis that can be done to the characters and the incredible shots, can say a lot, obtaining many verdicts.77/100