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Queen of the Damned
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Directed By
Michael Rymer

Written By:
Scott Abbott

Aaliyah, Stuart Townsend, Marguerite Moreau, Vincent Perez, Lena Olin, Paul McGann, Claudia Black, Bruce Spence, Christian Manon

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Queen of the Damned (2002)
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Movie Review by ManMachine
July 16th, 2017

Queen Of The Dumbed

When it comes down to movie titles - I think that "Queen of the Dumbed" would have been a much more appropriate label for this double-dreary, "seen-it-all-before" vampire movie.

Poorly adapted to the screen from 2, interlaced "Anne Rice" vampire novels - This movie's "fanged-ones" were all nothing but a bunch of despicable trash. I mean, this story even featured a scrawny, effeminate bloodsucker named Lestat who (get this!) posed as a darling, little "Romeo" and a no-talent pop-music idol.

And, believe me, this snivelling twinkie's stage presence, the songs that he sang, and the band who backed him up, all made me totally cringe with absolute revulsion like I never thought possible.

All-in-all - This was yet another one of those boring, predictable, and easily-forgettable vampire movies that clearly tried to pass itself off as being so cool and hip - But, in reality, it was just pure vampire-asininity, on all counts..... And, with that - I now pronounce the vampire-movie genre officially dead.

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