I know that The Matrix was an awesome film that redefined the action genre with its slick leather-clad aesthetic and fancy slow-motion gun violence, but when the first action sequence of your film involves not only both those factors but an awfully familiar-looking grimy subway setting (except tinge...
Michael Sheen plays Lucian, the Lycan leader with a mysterious past, and Sheen plays it so well, you forget he's a villain.
The difference is that this so called horror film is not a horror film, it's actually a suspenseful action flick.
I've seen better, I've seen worse. I was disappointed that it was mostly just gunplay.
Though I'll never understand how a clan of vampires run by heads of state who are supposedly over a thousand years old have a figurehead who's frickin American (a cowardly boor, to boot), the film as a whole was quite enjoyable.