Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth

3 comments on “Aeon: The Last Vampyre on Earth”

  1. Boring Like most people, I didn't like this film.No talking for the first 10 minutes. Strike 1. Am I invited to the movie? It's filmed in the dark. Again, if you wanted me to see the movie, wouldn't it be lit? Strike 2. So it's like some parking garage. I guess there's like an apocalypse above, they were not clear. For 10 minutes this woman looks at a stupid tube, with a blinking red light on it. A shriveled weak vampire eventually, finally, after like forever comes out. They talk for an...

  2. What the hell was that? Long, slow and dark (poorly lit). Maybe I blinked, but I never saw any flying saucers attacking earth although the woman does, at one point, vaguely speak of something going on outside prior to her ending up in this dark room. All I saw was an hour and a half of a woman having a cryptic conversation with a deteriorating vampire who is constantly vomiting in a huge dimly lit trashed room with a medieval churchy choir almost constantly droning on in the background. The vampire speaks like a...

  3. Beautifully Simple Unlike most people, I don't need immediate gratification to be entertained and by cheap theatrics and overblown CGI. The concept is solid (within the fantasy genre) and the acting is fine, especially considering the actor playing Catherine doesn't have an extensive background in film, but no doubt does have some theatrical credits under her belt. It's not an overly elaborate script and concentrates primarily on a conversation between the last two beings on Earth. If you're looking for...

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