|Hey, didn't you get killed off in Lost?|
|Remember kids, wear lots of sunblock!|
|Woah, if ALL undead looked like this...|
|But see, he's a good guy! He hasn't tried to eat you yet!|
|You're trying to be Cpl. Hicks. You, sir, are NOT Cpl. Hicks|
And speaking of game faces, the makeup effects here are almost as good as in the original film. Different vamps are individually recognizable through discernible haircuts and outfits, but the classic make-up effects hold up well, with pale faces contrasted not only by black eyes but blood-splattered faces, fresh from their latest kills. Blood and gore are pretty well done, and wounds and throat rips are rendered fairly realistically. In the original movie, the blood clashed beautifully with the lily-white snow and was rendered beautifully. Here it's much more drab without the like comparison, and the blood itself isn't as "thick", actually kind of watered-down upon first viewing. Considering the blood is really the biggest reason to watch a film like this, it makes this the biggest disappointment.
|Oh! Um... don't let me... disturb your dinner...|