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Rob Vaux

A Southern California native, Rob Vaux fell in love with the movies at an early age and has been a professional critic since the year 2000. His work has appeared on Flipside Movie Emporium, Mania.com, Collider.com and Filmcritic.com as well as the Sci-Fi Movie Page. He lives in the heart of surfer country and still defends the Star Wars prequels against all logic and sanity.

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    Couldn’t agree more, Rob. Definitely my all time favourite vampire film, by a long mile. It has a stark brutality that is beautifully countered by the way that Mae cradles Caleb, and the contrast between scenes like the bar massacre and then Bishop and Vasquez reminiscing about how they met, like an old married couple. Jenny Wright brings an extraordinary vulnerability and savagery to Mae, and her talking about listening to the night and the irresistible call of the dark is what absolutely sums up the unique appeal of the film in my mind. Being a vampire is to become an unliving horror, but the freedom…..


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