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...and it even comes out on my birthday weekend.

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Would need to see more.  Not quite buying Nick Cage as Dracula, the supporting characters seem a bit flat, and Renfield himself seems a bit too well-adjusted, even after 125 years of coming to terms with his "new normal."  But all that could change with the next trailer.

 

TSDR - Tim Burton's "Batman," or Des McAnuff's "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle"?  Could go either way.

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Why does this remind me so much of Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter? That movie should have been terrible but it both was and wasn't.

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I just saw this trailer myself elsewhere.  Well, it's a good trailer, but they can't be trusted ha ha, so who knows?  I do have my interest piqued though, so it worked on that level.

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It felt very Shaun Of The Dead to me - comedy, sure, but also horror, played by horror rules. 

And I have no idea if Nic can pull it off either, but it'll be a gloriously Nic performance either way.

If anything's bothering me, they're going a little heavy on the comic book tones of the lighting, but it'll definitely have its own tone and style.

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After watching Matchstick Men in the theater, a movie which was promoted as a comedy, I've sworn off ever watching any Nicholas Cage movies ever again.

Even if they're free. 

I remember clearly that the large audience in attendance at the movie collectively laughed twice.

In 2 hours.

And the laughs were more "laugh-cringe" than "LMAO" laughs.

I'll also never believe a national movie critic again, because that's the reason I chose that movie in the first place.

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9 hours ago, Mopery said:

I've sworn off ever watching any Nicholas Cage movies ever again

That seems like depriving yourself of... a lot... of movies. Though I don't think I'm ever going to work through his collection of the last couple of years - he's been working like a man possessed. Some of it's fun (Mandy, Colour Out Of Space, and silly but entertaining FNAF-ripoff Willy's Wonderland), some of it...

 

...well, if anyone can tell me how in the name of rum'n'raisin fudge this thing got greenlighted, it would be relevant to my interests.

 

 

WAKE UP YA MISCREANTS AND... HEY, GET YOUR OWN DAMN SIGNATURE.

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4 hours ago, ThaOGDreamWeaver said:

That seems like depriving yourself of... a lot... of movies.

I've never been a fan of self-flagellation, though.

"Sanity is a one-trick pony.

You only get one trick: Rational Thinking.

Ahh, but when you're good and crazy, the sky's the limit!"

-The Tick 

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