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All Critics (16)
| Top Critics (9)
| Fresh (5)
| Rotten (11)
| DVD (3)
Murky, third-rate martial-arts film.
Project has the stench less of rotting flesh than the whiff of a thoughtless quickie.
Pleasantly cheesy but undistinguished martial-arts and horror fare.
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.
An uninspired addition to the generally endearing subgenre.
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.
Despite a few good fights, the stunts are indifferently executed.
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.
Midnight-movie-riffic, and the less sense it makes, the more fun it becomes.
Another asian action-horror that really needed more story and character development to give it more depth. It's so full of plot holes and characters randomly appear from nowhere without any info on their backstory. It's as if the film starts at halfway through a story. Action-wise it is pretty entertaining and adds a bit of martial arts to the Vampire-slaying mix. It is very much an asian inspired take on the Vampiric genre but is actually more of a Zombie film. Decent entertainment overall, never boring or dull, but could have been better.
Master Mao Shan and his four best students?Wind, Thunder, Rain, and Lightning, are searching the countryside for Vampires. No one does Vampire films like this. Plenty of sword play. While searching they stumble on the lair of King Vampire and this dude can fight.. The film is full of great stunts and opens a new look at the vampires and zombies. 4 1/2 stars, get this one you will be blown away.
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. An uninspired addition to the generally endearing subgenre.
Worst and cheesy Hong Kong action horror film of students battling zombies in 19th-century China by Tsui Hark.
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