Bram Stoker's Way of the Vampire (2005)
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|Genre:||Mystery & Suspense, Horror|
|Directed By:||Sarah Nean Bruce, Eduardo Durao, Alix Henning, Amanda Ward, Andreas Beckett, Anthony Turk, Brent Falco, Claudia Katz, Denise Boutte, James Ashby, Mark Romero Wilson, Paul Logan, Rhett Giles|
|Written By:||Karrie Melendrez, Sherri Strain, Michael David Stewart|
|In Theaters:||Feb 22, 2005 Wide|
|On DVD:||May 31, 2005|
as Dr. Abraham Van Hels...
as Father Cefalu
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I watched this movie even though it was a struggle!! The one bright spot of was the actor playing Van Hesling. At least he could say his lines convincingly now and then, which is really saying something with the corn-ball dialog in this movie!!
I love to watch B-Movies but it has to have at least one of the following, decent acting or decent dialog, which this movie was lacking on both accounts!! It wasn't quite as bad as Twilights idiotic "you like me and you think I'm beautiful" line, but it was close at times!! Especially when Dracula he first star
What an epic little B-movie! The budget is obvious, but it's ok, there's soo much fun to be had here, and not in a soo bad, it's good way, this is actually a well made B-movie. Rhett Giles, a really good actor, plays an immortal Van Helsing, damned to hunt all vampires, and once the last is killed, he shall get his mortality back. The vampires look pretty ok, most of the acotrs are comptent and there's a nice stylish flair to it all, and the director keeps the pace well.
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