There is nothing new under the moon in this rather tepid and toothless vampire flick that marries the usual genre conventions with the fear of Christian fundamentalist fringe groups. Casting is nothing special with only horror icon Danielle Harris making much of an impression.
Really enjoyed this. Like a cross between the apocalyptic vision of the world in The Road and the goofiness of From Dusk Til Dawn. The whole mentorship angle also felt fresh for the genre. All in all, Jim Mickle continues to produce great genre work that bends and warps expectations to create something truly enjoyable.
Una mezcla de "Zombieland" y "The Walking Dead", no cómico, no tan dramático, no zombies, sí vampiros. Una road movie que comienza a aburrir a medida que la voz en off resuena con líneas símiles: "Señor esto...Señor lo otro...huérfano...ya no soy el mismo...bla bla bla". Creo que el problema parte en la pobreza de sus protagonistas/actores, tanto de personalidad como de diálogo.
This ramshackle, sometimes goofy film about an ad hoc family of awkward mumblers and the twin poles of their opposition -- lumpen zombie-vampires and the neo-Nazi millennials who deploy them to clear out and seize control of territory in advance of Christ's Second Coming -- has no pretensions to novelty. What it offers instead is an awkward, ramshackle entertainment about coming of age and the loneliness of exile.