The Era of Vampires

The Era of Vampires

Martial arts/horror movie from critically-acclaimed Hong Kong filmmaker Tsui Hark. In 19th century China, an evil monk awakens a nest of vampires hell-bent on devouring human life. Now, a ...

Martial arts/horror movie from critically-acclaimed Hong Kong filmmaker Tsui Hark. In 19th century China, an evil monk awakens a nest of vampires hell-bent on devouring human life. Now, a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brandy H (br) wrote: A revolutionary film that brings to light a devastating event that no one seems to know about until it's too late because it happened to them. A beautiful, stirring film about life's tragedies and joys.

Chiqifoxylulu B (ca) wrote: outstanding. josh groban was hilarious!

Waseem B (us) wrote: really loved it, will make u feel nostalgic for sure. Some of the background score is really good. Dont expect much of the story, its a international movie festival runner-up kinda movie.

Mark T (us) wrote: Another pointless direct to dvd sequel which has pretty much no connection to its original other than ripping of its story.

lintang m (de) wrote: i missed this when it was shown at JiFFest.. :(

Mads D (it) wrote: En udmrket komedie om problemerne ved at lyve og mtte finde p nye lgne for at dkke over de gamle! Sren Pilmark er fantastisk som altid - virkelig sjov!

Madison M (fr) wrote: Not sickly brilliant, sickly bloody and vomit-worthy. SCREW YOU, JIGSAW!

Mihir K (it) wrote: Te best Aamir Khan movie... I can watch this movie any time any day.. i have watched this movie more than 15 times and still dont get bored to watch the movie.. Everyone had played his role so well that no one can be ignored from the movie..

Aaron G (mx) wrote: Tim Robbins' political opinions in the form of a movie.

Peter F (de) wrote: An exuberantly playful Czech film, that can be seen somewhat as a whacked out alternative to Persona. Focusing on two young attractive females behaving badly, Daisies intentionally avoids a typical plot, and acts as a hilarious dadaist picture that both satirizes and embraces feminism. Wonderful psychedelic film making too, and if this film doesn't make you hungry afterwards than maybe you're just not living!

Maria V (it) wrote: Not the B-movie Bette Davis scene-chewing fest I expected it to be (judging from the cover). Davis gives a remarkably restrained, straightforward performance as a pair of estranged twin sisters who are not as different as they think they are. Yet another strong performance from Karl Malden and Peter Lawford is quite effective as the despicable, blackmailing man of leisure Tony Collins.

Kristi M (ag) wrote: The description of this movie is better than the actual movie

Lillian G (br) wrote: Trippy. Great Mystery Science Theater 3000 material. However, I did begin to see some of the Buddhist lessons in the story, only because I learned a little about Buddhism previously.