VAMPIRE DOG is a feature length family film about finding courage and discovering that you belong. Ace, a 12-year-old boy is new in middle school. His grandfather from Transylvania passes away at the ripe age of 99, and sends him his dog, Fang, to look after. Ace soon discovers that Fang is a vampire dog. Professor Warhol, a mad scientist and her bumbling assistant Frank, try to capture Fang to steal his DNA, in order to look young. They are constantly in pursuit of Fang but Fang uses his superpowers to stay one step ahead of them. During their adventure Ace shows Fang how to behave like a normal dog and embrace his vampire powers. Fang helps Ace open up and come alive again through his music. Ace and Fang discover with the help of each other, when they face their fears, they can do anything.
Jason T (nl) wrote: Maybe westerner need to change their way of upbringing their daughters.
Robert H (ca) wrote: Having very little to do with actual dragons (though they are there) this film tries to combine too many ideas and concepts into one film. Part romance, part fantasy, part action, and part drama with none being done extremely well. Add on the subtext of class structure, evil, good, medieval politics, moral codes, and all sorts of other themes attempted and Dawn of the Dragonslayer ends up being too much of too little. Luckily the setting, costumes and locations are all well done and help make up for the lame CG dragon animation. Oh and the sword fights are rather pedestrian.Not a bad low budget fantasy film but it's about what Uwe Boll can do when he's given a large enough budget... and at least his fantasy film had ninjas.
Frederick C (kr) wrote: This movie was a failure! The suspense led to a drop off I to oblivion and left me wondering what the point was!
David S (fr) wrote: Freaky but ultimately silly Spanish horror.
Peter F (fr) wrote: Not quite as bad as the retarted concept would have you think, but the effort to make it sentimental falls almost entirely flat.
Maria G (gb) wrote: Dilogos panfletistas. Pero cuando no lo son, realmente extraordinarios.
Jahrell B (kr) wrote: This third installment in the franchise continues to wow audiences the same way as its predecessors with even more slapstick humor and incredible action with Chan sharing the screen with Michelle Yeoh this time.
Eric G (ca) wrote: Overlooked and understated classic horror!
Francis M (ag) wrote: Made in 1985? Yet looks more like a 1950's B western. Likable but by no means a classic.
Allan C (us) wrote: Decent post-apocalyptic film with a solid cast, featuring George Peppard, Jan-Michael Vincent, Paul Winfield, and young Jackie Earle Haley. This is a pre-Max Max post apocalyptic film, so there are no punk rockers on motorcycles, but it does have a nice barren landscape and some nice scenes in a desolate casino. Definitely worth watching.
Sean H (it) wrote: In this movie I gave this movie a 5 star just because Adam sander is just so funny in the whole movie .
Tyler R (jp) wrote: One of my favorite movies. Great soundtrack with awesome musical numbers. The movie was perfectly cast with good actors.
Caroline U (us) wrote: Not as cool and entertaining as Pumping Iron.
Raydel A (it) wrote: I think I saw mi neighbor's dog in here.... what a piece of poop this effects.