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IMDb Rating 5.7 10 103718


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Lily Collins as Lucy Pace
Paul Bettany as Priest
Karl Urban as Black Hat
Cam Gigandet as Hicks
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Mihai Toma 9 / 10

Another underrated movie

After the war between humans and vampires ended, both sides were sealed in hermetic places, where theoretically, there was no escape. Priests were highly-trained vampire killing "machines", in service of the church and sworn protectors of humanity. Lucy, one of the priests' niece has been kidnapped by vampires, so in order to save her, he must break his vow and leave the city, leaving it vulnerable to vampires who were planning something really big for humankind.

It has a fantastic world, with a grade of sci-fi which I liked a lot. It reminds me of "Equilibrium", another movie with similar characteristics and plot. The action sequences were absolutely superb alongside a good story which keep you thrilled and excited all the time. It's a great movie but unfortunately, its course of events are a bit too linear and predictable for my taste while the ending is a bit disappointing but I'm glad they left room for a sequel. A must see!

Reviewed by mb1456 6 / 10

This Paul Bettany & Karl Urban Movie is a Disappointment

I think Paul Bettany does well in solo hero movies but this time around, I felt they could have made him the vampire here and it probably would have clicked better than it actually did. The "soldier vampires" here look very evil and also there's a particular scene where they attack a family that live in isolation at an outpost - probably the scariest scene in the movie. Everything else about the movie didn't really hold my attention as most of the battles between the priests and the vampires seemed too rely too much on effects or were too illogical. Paul Bettany and Karl Urban do well but one wishes their action sequences had more punch - their final confrontation scenes were average. Cam Gigandet is more or less wasted in his role as a sheriff and Maggie Q(who shined in Die Hard 4) also gets a forgettable character here. Brad Dourif as a untrustworthy salesman is the only performance worth any mention here, although his role is short. Verdict - an OK vampire movie with at least some jumpy moments but not enough to make it a good horror fest. I wonder now why all these popular stars signed up for this.

Reviewed by Artur Machado 4 / 10

Would benefit from an extended version

In a dystopian future devastated by the war between humans and vampires, people live in walled cities controlled by the Church. Warrior priests are no longer necessary because vampires no longer pose a serious threat to civilization, but when a priest's niece is abducted by a resistant group of vampires, he calls into question his vows and philosophy of life.

This premise seems to establish a more psychological and philosophical dimension to the film, but it is just that, a premise, because from here the priest leaves in pursuit of his niece, joins with her boyfriend and some other warrior priestess and it is only action and fx thereafter. And vampires are gray monsters without eyes and those who look like human vampires are just the servants. The film lasts an hour and a half, but it would benefit from another half hour to better establish the universe and the characters. Well, it served to entertain...

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