The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The movie is no timeless classic, but it's definitely a unique one-off.
Great cast and borrowed sets (from Universal) distinguish this poverty row thriller.
An extremely silly film, but with an interesting plot. It's always nice to see Fay Wray on the screen. Melvyn Douglas does some nice work, as does Lionel Atwill, but it's a very poor package that they're wrapped up in that has only the slightest promise.
Quickie poverty row Dracula knockoff about a plague of vampiric activity in a German village: is it a real vampire, bloodsucking bats, or a human killer posing as a nosferatu? The flick features a good cast (Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas, and Dwight Frye) and it starts with strong Gothic atmosphere, but fizzles out as the plot is revealed.
This movie is kind of silly, and I hated the ending.
The Vampire Bat is not scary at all by any sense of the word, it is actually pretty boring. I have been watching alot of "horror" movies from the 30's and I really didn't enjoy this one. There are very few positives about this movie, one of them being Dwight Frye. This man is a horror legend from the 30's. Also the sound and picture are pretty decent, being from the 30's that is, that was really something that I enjoyed.
The plot goes a little something like this... hit it! Well a bunch of people start showing up with their blood being drained. No one in this town knows what is going on or who is doing it. But it doesn't take the town long to point their fingers at the dimwitted Glieb, played of course to perfection by Dwight Frye. Is Herman Glieb innocent? You will have to watch to find out!
Yeah thats all that I have to go on, I wouldn't watch this again but I will say that you should see it if you are a true horror fan, just for Dwight Frye's performance. Overall I am going to give this movie a 4 of 10. Like I said... True Horror Fans.
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