Vampire Journals

Vampire Journals

A 19th century vampire stalks a more powerful vampire lord in his quest to gain revenge over the death of his mistress. In his search for the vampire lord in Eastern Europe he kills many of his servants and fellow vampires while cursing another to vampirism as well.

As an horror film directed by Ted Nicolaou, the film revolves around avenging vampire stalks a king of the vampires in Eastern Europe, slaughters anyone who gets in his way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Wailun L (ru) wrote: still better than twilight tho lol

Gabe C (ca) wrote: This one makes an impact

Brotha Jon M (ru) wrote: not as good as the original

Marcin M (gb) wrote: I've seen many similar, multi-plot, depressing stories from the region, but found none of them so boring and meaningless.

l i n d (ca) wrote: It's boring and weird. Not much to say about it... except that I didn't like it.

Allan C (ru) wrote: Clever and quite funny low budget zombie flick. A must for zombie fans.

Lisa M (jp) wrote: kids in horror movies are creeeeeepy!!

Julius N (it) wrote: I love this movie. It is fun and it has some great shots of Singapore and Hong Kong. I love both places.

Andrew L (ca) wrote: Everything that worked best from both the previous instalments is present in this final chapter, making it the most satisfying to watch. Even though 'Clerks II' provides a very simple yet truthful summing up of the trilogy, 'Lord Of The Rings' is essential viewing for film lovers, & is the modern-day equivalent of the 'Star Wars' trilogy.

Linn S (au) wrote: Not bad. Ended rather abruptly, but other than that I really liked it. Sad and sweet and

Will D (it) wrote: A fun cult classic. Worth watching for Tim Thomerson's performance as the forced-punchlining doll-sized cop with an Automag that explodes anything it shoots.It may feel on the short side, but in the end, this is one of those films you need to watch when you're stoned or bored as hell.'Pop goes the weasel'

Drew H (us) wrote: Had some laughs but this was a shitty story that should have been a telemovie.

Adam R (au) wrote: A decent classic movie, but it takes somewhat of a bizarre twist. I thought it could have ended a lot better personally. Much is being said of this being a breakout role for Humphrey Bogart. I don't necessarily disagree with that, but Leslie Howard is the star here who carries the film. (First and only viewing - 4/2/2017)

John N (kr) wrote: I loved this movie! Excellent cast, superb writing, and masterful camerawork all help to make this delightful thriller one of the best films Sidney Gilliat directed.

Tim S (au) wrote: Beautifully shot- director certainly knows what she's doing!

Jocey D (ca) wrote: It is a powerful and majestic epic tale of war, power and love.

Marcus A (it) wrote: I'll spare you any spoilers, but did want to let my fellow viewers know that this is actually quite a bit better on a second viewing, when you aren't going "HUH!???!!!" every 30 seconds! Because, to my great astonishment, most of the initially baffling puzzle pieces actually DO fit together to make a reasonable coherent (if laughably hyperbolic and non-credible, one can only hope!) plot development.