'Dylan Dog: Dead of Night' Review By Ninja hero
No Pulse, No Problem for this movie
The Acting wasn't terrible, wasn't horrible, wasn't Bad, but it was a little stale. Mainly because Bradon Routh who I praised as my favorite evil ex in 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" evil ex #3 Todd Ingram, I thought he'll be the guy who will make this movie a masterpiece like he help make Scott Pilgrim, but as you watch in this movie you can get this sense that he didn't want to here or give a good performance. Taye Diggs did give a good proformance for his role as the main villain but give as much screen time or him enough dialouge and him in the as much and he's the villain. Sam Huntington's character is the friendly zombie sidekick of Dylan, Sam wasn't horrible, he very active with his role, mainly because he gives an ok profromance and as well the coimc relife for the movie. He also the only actor (besides Taye Diggs) who tried to make the a masterpiece and as well the guy whos holding to together. But the character wasn't that funny even chuckled (even though one guy kept at his jokes out loud and if you saw Jersey shore and you heard Ronnies laugh then you know how this guy sounds like a retarded dolphin aon steriods.)
The plot/storyline was pretty enjoyable. The does have a strong religious background (as you pay attention theres to christian artifacts) it also gives enough action. But theres gets peranoid like theres on scene Dylan uses a bunch of guns that are based on sun or produce light and shooting at vampires and the camra is setting on him and Sam Huntinton character Marocus. The camra is so set on him as soon as he's finish you barely see any Vampire deaths but as soon he turns around you a bunch of vampires dead and you say to your self ''What the F*ck just Happened?!!''. But besides that the movie actually has a strong mystery background and a strong supernatural backgroung such as one scene Dylan punches a big were-wolf with silver knuckles making the wolf fly half across the room which I do admit is one my favorite scenes in the movie.
The Director Kevin Monroe isn't the based Director and I hope he'll be a better seeing he'd direct "TMNT' but it was at some points he'll mess up like i said before. I think he should he'll do better directing a CGI movie than an live-action movie
The score was horrible
Like I said before the movie isn't the best I saw before but it does give you mystery feeling, action, and supernatural feeling. The movie could've gotten a better revnue screening if it had merchandising, and a better scary movie company like "Universal Studious" or "Cinemax". To tell the truth it deserves a sequel or reboot.