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A mash-up of the "isolation stalker" concept and a "night of the hungry vampires" pitch. Not half bad.
When the movie picks up the pace during the second and third acts, director Syversen knows how to keep the tension and body count building until the film's deadly climax.
Run-of-the-mill is nearly every way, at least Prowl is scary on occasion.
A great horror flick. The story was good, and the tension kept on going. Some pretty scary and intense scenes/imagery in here. One of my favorites of the After Dark series.
Typical After Dark film. Bloody. Gorey. Not fantastic...but decently done.
Surprisingly awesome vampire movie. I've been burned by the After Dark series before, but this had everything. It keeps its story simple. Teenagers journey far from home and are soon hunted down. It's nice to see a group of smart and funny young adults that don't deserve a punching. They even take precautions when accepting a ride from a truck-driver. Huzzah! The photography is very impressive. It all feels diluted, but in a dark and stylized way. It's almost comforting at first. The jumps and the gore that follow are fairly standard, but still effective. Some fine performances really capture the fear, frustration, and chaos, and it was nice to see one of the vampires scared at one point. It's short but sweet.
A couple of decent ideas, many cliches, and not a single character worth caring about. And not enough thrills or gore to offset that. Meh.
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