Dead Cert [Blu-Ray]
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Dexter Fletcher (Kick-Ass), Steven Berkoff (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Lisa McAllister (How To Lose Friends & Alienate People) also star in this stylishly gritty horror/gangster mashup from genre specialists Black and Blue Films that tears across the screen to deliver bloodied fight action!
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The Romanian mafia who want the club are extra strong and have a hypnotic effect on people. The two groups enter into a drug deal and soon the Romanians get control of the nightclub. At this point, in the battle of the bad guys, I started rooting for the vampires over the Brits. One crazy man, Kenny Mason (Steven Berkoff), who was a squatter over the site of the club long ago knows the secret of the vampires.
The high action packed vampire film suggested by the DVD cover doesn't materialize until late. This is more of an adult "Twilight" for British mobsters. The acting was good. I enjoyed the "realism" of the script, as a change from more traditional vampire movies. The movie had potential. The soundtrack they used during the credits would have been better during the film. The important scenes were too quick and not memorable. Makes for an okay rental, but nothing more.
F-bomb, no sex, no nudity (scantily clad dancers).
DEAD CERT is filmed with little panache and its script is sloppily written, with an ending that makes no sense. There's plenty of gore and nudity but nothing we haven't seen before. Craig Fairbrass, a veteran from the original PRIME SUSPECT, tries gamely but the writers trapped him in an ill-developed character and surround him with equally ineffective support. Ultimately DEAD CERT is a bloodless misfire I wouldn't recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awful movie, not worth buying!!!
The Director didn't establish a thing, vampires with out fangs. Inmune to cross, wood, but can be paralyzed by water???? Read more
Often reading these reviews there is always some idiot giving away parts of a film. This film which I'm watching I already want to switch off. Read morePublished on July 29, 2013 by Kishore Mehta
The horror genre and British horror in particular seems to veer from the excellent to the downright poor, having no middle ground whatsoever. Read morePublished on November 12, 2012 by John Milton