Masterful, Funny, and Frightening
After watching "Near Dark" was when I realized that the B-movie horror genre was completely underrated. This film had everything that a horror film should: humor, mystery, suspense, blood, and most of all, mysterious characters that let the viewer imagine where these people might have come from. "Near Dark" is a contempory vampire film without the gothic entrails of a "Bram Stoker's Dracula." It has fresh new ideals in the vampire realm that had never been seen before this moment in cinema time. It's a masterful film that leaves the viewer thankful that he/she is human and that is the best feeling in the world.
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