Writer-director-actor Rob Stefaniuk is clearly one to watch. He keeps things moving at a rollicking pace, incorporates some clever animation, and manages to get good performances from a cast that veries in experiences. An though his commentary on both the vampire trend and the fact that many artists have to lose their soul to attain success in music these days is far from subtle, we're never beaten over the head with the message.
If you like vampire movies (which I usually don't) or rock and roll movies (which I always do), you'll love Suck. Great cameos, funny moments, a film that exploits the clichés of both genres and tells a pretty funny and ridiculous story. A great piece of Canadian content that I was lucky enough to see a test screening of - it will likely get better once you can't see the booms on the flying people anymore!
Rob Stefaniuk, Jessica Paré, Paul Anthony, Mike Lobel, Chris Ratz, Malcolm McDowell, Dave Foley, Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Henry Rollins, Moby, and Dimitri Coats. Worthy!
I wanted to se this cause 1. Vampires & 2. Alice Cooper, Henry Rollins, Iggy Pop, & many other musicians are in it. The vamp's eyes change colors.. sometimes white, electric blue usually & othertime (before feeding) red. The Singing vampire is cheesy & can't seem to close his mouth w/ his fangs in. (I hate that) LMAO! Stabs w/ a straw through neck,.. that's new! There's a few musical numbers in it but not like broadway play type or break into a song for no reason type. The girl looks a bit corpse bride for a bit I guess she needed to feed. There's maybe some campy parts w/ hints of Dracula in it (like when Dracula watched mina from afar you could see his face in the sky. The band in the movie was called the Winners.. & I think there's an actual band w/ that title now my question is... is it the same band! If there's a soundtrack I'd like to get it. there was a coupole songs in it that were creepy cool & maybe a bit Goth. C+