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Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, a review by addicted2dvd

Watched On: 3/17/2013

     Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (2011/United States)

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Director:Kevin Munroe
Writing:Thomas Dean Donnelly (Writer), Joshua Oppenheimer (Writer), Tiziano Sclavi (Created By)
Length:108 min.
Video:Widescreen 2.35:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 5.1
Subtitles:English, Spanish

Brandon Routh as Dylan
Anita Briem as Elizabeth
Sam Huntington as Marcus
Taye Diggs as Vargas
Kurt Angle as Wolfgang
Peter Stormare (1953) as Gabriel

The adventures of supernatural private eye, Dylan Dog, who seeks out the monsters of the Louisiana bayou in his signature red shirt, black jacket, and blue jeans.

  • Bonus Trailers
  • Closed Captioned

My Thoughts:
This is another one I borrowed from the library. The actor playing Dylan Dog is Brandon Routh who I know as the latest to play the live action Superman. But his buddy also looked very familiar to me. When I checked it turned out that it was the guy that plays the werewolf in the US version of Being Human.

This film is listed as horror and comedy. While I do see this... it is more of a lightheartedness then a laugh out loud type of comedy. The movie itself is pretty good. I can see adding it to my collection eventually. Though I don't think I will be in much of a hurry to do so.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on March 20th, 2013)

Member's Reviews

Queen of the Damned, a review by addicted2dvd

Title: Queen of the Damned
Year: 2002
Director: Michael Rymer
Rating: R
Length: 101 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital 5.1, French: Dolby Digital 5.1, Commentary: Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Stuart Townsend
Marguerite Moreau
Vincent Perez
Paul McGann

It's her time. Her place. The wickedly regal Mother of All Vampires is ready again to rule! Aaliyah plays the title role in this stylish shocker based on Anne Rice's 'The Vampire Chronicles'. Stuart Townsend portrays Lestat, the undead antihero previously seen in the movie version of Anne Rice's 'Interview with the Vampire'. This time, Lestat finds acceptance in a tattooed and pierced world. He's a rock star. And his intoxicating Goth-riffed sound rekindles the desires of all-powerful Akasha.

Scene Access
Audio Commentary
Deleted Scenes
Production Notes
Music Videos
DVD-ROM Content
Closed Captioned

My Thoughts:
As much as I love vampire movies... this one is difficult for me to watch. This was originally a blind buy for me years ago... as it is a vampire movie I had to see it. And I haven't seen it since so I forgot how much I disliked this movie the first time around. The first problem for me was of all the music in this movie. But setting the music aside... it just isn't that great a story. There was some cool scenes with some decent effects. But that seems to be the most I can give this movie.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From Addicted2DVD's November Alphabet Marathon on November 27th, 2009)

Member's TV Reviews

Tom's Random Reviews, a review by Tom


Title: Gokusen I
Year: 2002
Rating: U
Length: 660 Min.
Video: Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio: Japanese: Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles: Chinese, English, Other

Nakama Yukie
Matsumoto Jun
Itoh Misaki
Namase Katsuhisa
Kaneko Ken

Newly graduated Kumiko Yamaguchi wants to make her mark on the Japanese educational system as a teacher. All well and good until she finds out that the school she'll be teaching at has its fair share of troublemakers and rabble-rousers. The ruffians at the school don't frighten her though for she has a secret of her own-she's a fourth generation crime syndicate member and next in line to head it up. She's gone straight and wants to be a teacher though, but she's one person in whose class you don't want to be caught fooling around!


My Thoughts:
What can I say: I love it!!!
Great Japanese comedy series I can highly recommend. If you remember, I recently watched the anime series of this after a lucky blind buy.
This series is even better than the anime.
The actress who plays the main character is simply perfect in the role. What makes the series so great is the combination of the line delivery by main stars, editing and camera work. I had to laugh out a lot in most scenes thanks to the great direction on these (and that even though I am watching the series for the second time).
This show does not only offer comedy but also a little drama. Which is often on the cheesy side but it really works here.
The only minor critique I have is, that the grandfather of the main character is too much of a nice guy to be the head of a Yakuza clan.

Sadly I did not find any YouTube material which does the show justice.
But I will provide some links nevertheless:
Here is a best of montage, but of which I think that the shown scenes are hardly best of material of this series. There would have so much better stuff.

Here is a montage of a running gag, but will probably be lost on people who haven't seen this series yet:

If I have even remotely sparked your interest, I recommend that you follow the link provided in the description in both of the above YouTube videos. It will lead you to a site which offers fansubbed versions of the episodes. This is how I come to know this series the first time around.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on August 28th, 2008)