Dylan Dog: Dead of Night


Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

Critics Consensus

An uninspired, feebly-acted horror/comedy that produces little scares and laughs.



Total Count: 43


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DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT is a new horror/comedy film based on one of the world's most popular comics (60 million copies worldwide). Brandon Routh stars as Dylan Dog, world famous private investigator specializing in affairs of the undead. His PI business card reads "No Pulse? No Problem." Armed with an edgy wit and carrying an arsenal of silver and wood-tipped bullets, Dylan must track down a dangerous artifact before a war ensues between his werewolf, vampire and zombie clients living undercover in the monster infested backstreets of New Orleans. -- (C) Omni/Freestyle Releasing

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Anita Briem
as Elizabeth
Taye Diggs
as Vargas
Kurt Angle
as Wolfgang
Kent Jude Bernard
as Pale Teen/Slake
Garrett Strommen
as Cashier/Josh
Brian Steele
as Tattooed Zombie/Belial
Andrew Sensenig
as Rosenberg
Randal Reeder
as Bob the Mechanic
Shima Ghamari
as Werewolf
Shannon Maris
as Female Bartender
Ted Ferguson
as Zombie Postman
Jon Eyez
as Bouncer
Harvey Lowry
as Puppeteer #1
Dacia Fernandez
as Vargas's Girl
Todd Tucker
as Puppeteer #2
Gareb Shamus
as Zombie Wizard
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg
as Jewish Zombie Priest
Alexandra Munroe
as Zombie School Girl
Kendall Jill Rosenberg
as Bromart Cashier
Kelly Ann Ford
as Bromart Shopper
Karlee Jane Rosenberg
as Frost Stop Zombie Girl
Holden Dahlerbruch
as Frost Stop Zombie Boy
Jared Dahlerbruch
as Frost Stop Zombie Boy
Devin Faraci
as Cannibal Zombie
Patrick Lee
as Cannibal Zombie
Robert Sanchez
as Cannibal Zombie
Ryan Turek
as Cannibal Zombie
James Vejvoda
as Cannibal Zombie
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Critic Reviews for Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

All Critics (43) | Top Critics (8) | Fresh (3) | Rotten (40)

  • While he's fine playing bemused and beleaguered, Routh can't muster the edginess that Dylan is also meant to have. Diggs looks fabulous, but has his own problems with the dangerous stuff.

    May 2, 2011 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

    Tom Russo

    Boston Globe
    Top Critic
  • Brings vampires, werewolves, zombies, detective noir and spoofy comedy together for a murky genre gumbo with barely any flavor.

    Apr 30, 2011 | Rating: 1.5/5 | Full Review…
  • A monster mash and genre mash-up that leaves one pining for the swagger of Hellboy.

    Apr 29, 2011 | Full Review…

    William Goss

    Top Critic
  • A cluttered, uninspired hash of familiar genre ideas.

    Apr 29, 2011

    Dennis Harvey

    Top Critic
  • Lets the likeable erstwhile Superman do his best impression of a jaded P.I., down to one of the most ineffectually boyish attempts at a grizzled voiceover in memory.

    Apr 29, 2011 | Rating: D+ | Full Review…

    Keith Phipps

    AV Club
    Top Critic
  • Put a stake in this film noir monster movie, it's done.

    Apr 29, 2011 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

  • Sep 26, 2012
    Dylan Dog(Brandon Routh) is a private investigator who specializes in domestic cases in New Orleans, along with his assistant Marcus(Sam Huntington). However, he finds himself reluctantly drawn back into the world of the supernatural when he goes to the aid of Elizabeth(Anita Briem) when her father, an importer, is found brutally murdered in their Garden District home. Come to think of it, Gabriel(Peter Stormare) is none too happy to see Dylan either while for Vargas(Taye Diggs) it is business as usual as he sells vampire blood out of his club. "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night" starts badly and ends awkwardly with a denouement that does not really make a whole lot of sense. In between there is not a half bad movie that while not as good as an average episode of either "Grimm" or "Lost Girl," still manages a decent amount of world building. It is neat what it does with New Orleans but it was not necessary to set it there.(One question: What did the undead do during Katrina? Or am I better off not knowing?) And I especially liked the look into zombie culture, with the comic relief neatly offsetting some of the dourness. While Brandon Routh, whose bland charm mixes badly with the attempt to do hard boiled noir, is badly miscast, at least, Taye Diggs is having fun.
    Walter M Super Reviewer
  • Jan 18, 2012
    Surprisingly not bad... campy 'who-done-it' with zombies, and werewolves, and monsters oh my!
    wicked A Super Reviewer
  • Jan 07, 2012
    I really really really wish that Munroe's unproduced animated film Cat Tale was released instead of this. Crap that's absolutely trashy. I hated this movie. Cat Tale would definetely better than this. Even if its bad.
    Directors C Super Reviewer
  • Dec 29, 2011
    Silly junk has ludicrous situations and mostly uninspired acting but Sam Huntington is enjoyably glib and charmingly goofy.
    jay n Super Reviewer

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