Tsui Hark's Vampire Hunters (The Era of Vampires) (2002)
Average Rating: 4.2/10
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Average Rating: 3.9/10
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Hong Kong legend Tsui Hark brings you this tale of high-kicking vampire action. A quartet of kung fu masters trained in the Taoist Mao Shan School of magic are on the hunt for zombie vampires in 19th century China. When their Master Jiang (Yu Rongguang) disappears in an intense fight with one of these nasties, Rain, Lightning, Thunder, and Wind set across the countryside for revenge as the Vampire King continues to terrorize the surrounding villages. Through their quest, our heroes discover love
Jan 1, 2002 Wide
Jun 17, 2003
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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Project has the stench less of rotting flesh than the whiff of a thoughtless quickie.
You begin to realize that whatever name they want to give this dish, the chief ingredients remain ham, cheese and corn.
Anything that reminds us that there are mass-entertainment options beyond Hollywood's banal formulas is worthwhile.
Most disappointing is Hark franchising his name before the sell-by date has expired on his own filmmaking career.
I loves me a good kung fu zombie vampire action horror comedy flick, and Vampire Hunters delivers.
A passable attempt to mix the cheesy DIY effects of the first two Evil Dead movies with the... epic on a budget aesthetics of a The Bride With White Hair.
It's more silly than scary and relies excessively on surprisingly low-rent CGI effects and crude wirework to drum up interest in the slight story.
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