Corpse of a Film 

A great look can't revive the dull 'Dark Shadows' script

A lot of work and a lot of money have gone into Tim Burton's Dark Shadows, a big-screen adaptation of that strangest of strange soap operas that ran in the late 1960s and early '70s. The saga of tortured vampire Barnabas Collins…

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