Rated R · 105 minutes · 2012

Action, Horror, Thriller
Abraham Lincoln killing vampires … how could they go wrong? Director Timur Bekmambetov has most certainly found a way, turning in a boring, redundant and humorless film. Benjamin Walker is given little to do as Lincoln; he walks around looking glum and occasionally swings an ax at unconvincing-looking vampires. The movie posits that the Confederacy was full of vampires during the Civil War, yet it has absolutely no fun with this idea. I was hoping for something that I could file alongside Evil Dead 2—a film with good, sick fun and a dash of camp humor. Instead, the movie is tedious and bland. One of the year’s biggest cinematic letdowns.

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Director: Timur Bekmambetov
Producer: Tim Burton, Timur Bekmambetov, Jim Lemley, Michele Wolkoff, John Kelly, Simon Kinberg and Seth Grahame-Smith
Cast: Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Winstead, Rufus Sewell, Marton Csokas and Erin Wasson


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Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter This moody action-filled, fantasy biopic does a gnarly hatchet job on the nations 16th president that is actually entertaining to watch. by Edward Adams 06/21/2012
Portland Mercury The Sunnydale Address Less Abraham Lincoln and More Vampire Hunter, please. by Erik Henriksen 06/21/2012
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Charleston City Paper Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter is a travesty While Bekmambetov isn’t quite the villain that James Wilkes Booth proved to be, the director is responsible for the travesty he has delivered to us, and finds himself with a smoking gun of a terrible film in his hands. by Isaac Weeks 06/22/2012
The Coast Halifax Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter You think it's a joke, but it's not. by Jacob Boon 06/21/2012

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