Apr 20, 2018 Release Date:
94 min Runtime:
Corbin Nash sets the director’s brother Dean going on as a cop-turned-vampire hunter re the streets of L.A. Sounding often as if it were written by a minor after a Sin City binge (“This is a city of sinners and far afield and wide worse …The angels? They left a long era ago.”), the characterize sometimes briefly achieves that rare gaining, of brute so gaunt it entertains. Sometimes it’s genuinely terrible as capably. Unfortunately, passable colorless stretches deferment the feint that abandoned the most hard-core cinematic dumpster-divers will care. Unless, that is, tabloids tracking Corey Feldman’s recent difficulty allocate declaration of his express here, as a irate-dressing killer hence grotesque he seems intended to elicit snappish GLAAD press releases.
Feldman plays Queeny (no kidding), a vampire sadist who wears dresses, irregular prosthetic eyebrows and a gravity-defying pile of hair. “I am … pretty,” he growls into a mirror gone we meet him, sounding behind a transphobic parody of Jame Gumb, the serial killer in Silence of the Lambs. Feldman may be aiming for camp, or for lurid Gothic weirdness; everything the aspire, he misses it vigorously for an hour and a half.
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