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It's hard to imagine anyone watching this attempt at a horror film without guffawing. (Or maybe it's supposed to be a comedy?)
Unlike the modern glamour-vamps of True Blood and Twilight, this group of smitten and bitten men are no fun at all.
Despite the occasional keeper of an image... this is one gay vampire film that's surprisingly anemic.
Often drags and suffers from a painfully lazy, bland and contrived screenplay. It's a poorly-directed, lifeless mess with wooden performances and pretentious cinematography.
The gay-themed Eulogy for a Vampire is dead serious about its mix of eroticism and horror, but the more serious it tries to be, the campier it becomes.
For select fans of campy gay comedies, Eulogy for a Vampire turns out to be a yell-at-the-screen experience no different from Plan 9 From Outer Space or Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Really, really, really bad film making. The film is of a poor quality rarely seen. The director does not seem to realize that a scene can change without requiring an establishing shot -- actually, virtually the same establishing shot every time, showing the steeple of a church -- which is completely unnecessary because the ENTIRE STORY happens in the same monastery, so no one in the audience is likely to be asking, "Where are they now?" The makeup and special effects (i.e., "blood") look like things my sister and I did at Halloween when we were 10 years old. The acting? -- someone really raised the dead to cast this horror flick! Nevertheless, the story was slightly coherent and diverting, saving the film from a 1/2 star rating.
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