We Are The Night

We Are The Night

One night, 18 year old Lena is bitten by Louise, leader of a female vampire trio that are as deadly as they are beautiful. Her newfound vampiric lifestyle is a blessing and a curse at the same time. At first, she enjoys the limitless freedom, the luxury, the parties. But soon the murderous blood lust of her comrades in arms proves too much for her, and she falls dangerously in love with Tom, a young undercover cop. When she resolves to turn her back on the bloodsucking band of sisters, Louise fury knows no bounds. Lena will have to choose between immortal love and immortal life.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:corpse,   fugitive,   gun,  

Bitten by a vampire, a young woman (Karoline Herfurth) tries to leave her band of bloodsucking cohorts after falling in love with a young police officer who investigates a murder case involving the vampires. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Heather M (mx) wrote: Silly, but fun. Keegan is absolutely hilarious and made this worth the watch.

Agneta R (de) wrote: What happened? Rob Reiner has made some fantastic movies, this movie is full of cliches, fluff, forced acting, very disappointing.

Ben H (au) wrote: For a movie starring john cena its actually pretty good his other movies are abit up and down but i think most people would settle for this. not bad but not the best

Van R (br) wrote: Even by the bottom of the barrel standards of Asylum, TRANSMORPHERS: FALL OF MAN qualifies as an execrable effort. This dreadful prequel about giant robot invaders that imitate the TRANSFORMER movies has little to recommend it. Poor Bruce Boxleitner gives it some marginal dignity before he crashes a helicopter into one of the giant robots. Writer & co-star Shane Van Dyke borrows from ALIEN, TRANSFORMERS, SKYLINE, etc., and his dialogue consists of comic book bubble phrases and the narrative is hopelessly abysmal. Skip this drivel. It is not even so bad that it is good. Instead, it is so bad that you feel like you've been had. Deplorable acting and the conspicuous lack of humor do not help this cardboard epic. Scott Wheeler drags things out for 90 interminable minutes.

Countess N (fr) wrote: Interesting heartwarming drama.

Andy G (nl) wrote: This is a flicking CGI film that kids will watch again and again.

tom c (ag) wrote: So intense was this portrayal of urban despair in the trash can lives of these dead-end characters, I could only digest this movie in bite size chunks. No "Pretty Woman" portrayal of street hookers, this film burrows into the underbelly of LA life the way maggots worm into the decaying corpses of the women thrown in the way of these two-bit crooks. A morality tale of best laid plans gone wildly astray, the story provides a convincing illustration of how you live and die by the company you keep.

Aaron B (mx) wrote: Pretty atmospheric and scary film from Charles Band and company.

Russell G (kr) wrote: DAmned fine gangster drama that is incredibly bleak. no doubt a cash in on "Bonnie & Clyde", this one though focus's more on the emotional. the family dynamic is twisted as hell. Brutal film deals with rape, incest, homosexuallity and Robert De Niro is great in an early roll as an addict.

Neil O (br) wrote: Unpleasant and violent though competent vigilante thriller from Carry On producer Peter Rogers. Joan Collins phones in her usual lazy, disinterested, graceless performance whilst the rest of the cast do their best with a script that attempts to deal with serious issues - child molestation, grief and the emotional complications of revenge but it's done in such over-the-top bad taste that the seriousness can't be taken seriously. Should appeal to Sun readers especially.

Jeremy C (ru) wrote: yep ... it's a classic

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