Brittany Runs a Marathon
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A dramatic retelling of the formation to end of Euronymous-era Mayhem. Titled after the 1998 book by the same name, the story covers a few of the more notorious events surrounding the band. Suicide, arson, murder, and boredom occupy their time outside of music creation. I wish the rights to more tunes from the era were granted as, for a movie covering a musical scene, it was severely lacking in its most iconic songs. In several ways better than I had anticipated, especially in terms of the visuals.
At a remote English farmhouse a semi-centennial gathering of the ruling vampire elite is taking place. As they are trying to recruit a less-than-willing member, a Special Forces team of heavily armed vampire-slayers attack. A lot of killing and a bit of humour, this mostly falls flat. A witty title, yet no bite. In some ways it had echos of Dog Soldiers, but watch Dark Shadows, Freaks of Nature, or best yet, What We Do In the Shadows if you're in the mood for a quality vampire comedy.
A British horror-comedy originally titled Vampira. Count Dracula is played by David Niven (My Man Godfrey, Pink Panther, Casino Royale, Around the World in 80 Days, etc). His girlfriend falls ill so he locates the special blood he needs to heal her by harvesting it from a variety of Playmates. Because the blood came from a Black woman, it turns his girlfriend Black. Desperate to return her to her original race, he travels to the hip West End of London in order to harvest blood from more hotties. He doesn't want to be seen out-and-about with his girlfriend in her current state. No scares and the comedy appeared in a handful of one-liners. Dull, despite being very politically-incorrect (twist-ending was spot-on, though).