Rated PG-13 · 107 minutes · 2011

Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Dylan Dog is a popular Italian comic book about a London-based paranormal investigator. In this film adaptation, the location has changed to New Orleans, which makes sense for American audiences, because the Crescent City seems a little more in touch with the spirit world than, say, Des Moines, and it’s cheap to shoot movies there. Clearly, expenses were important for the producers, since Dylan Dog: Dead of Night barely has a congruent story, and producers didn’t spring for updated monster makeup. Brandon Routh (the one-time Superman) stars as Dylan Dog. His onscreen work is bad enough, and his hardboiled narration is downright silly. Boring, unentertaining and immediately forgettable, Dylan Dog is a lazy collection of genre staples that even the lowest-rent horror film has mostly outgrown.
Official Site: dylandogdeadofnight.com
Director: Kevin Munroe
Producer: Ashok Amritraj, Scott Rosenberg, Gilbert Adler, Patrick Aiello, Will French, Peter Graves, Christopher Mapp, Matthew Street, David Whealy, Randy Greenberg, Kevin Munroe, Ervin Rustemagic, Lars Sylvest and Stephen Roberts
Cast: Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington, Anita Briem, Peter Stormare, Taye Diggs, Kurt Angle, Courtney Clark, Marco St. John, James Hébert, Andrew Sensenig, Kent Bernard, Laura Spencer and Kimberly Whalen


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Style Weekly Vampire Weakened “Dylan Dog: Dead of Night” unleashes a terrible film upon the world. by Wayne Melton 05/10/2011

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