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Castlevania Movie in the Works

Empiremovies has a note about a Castlevania movie in the works. The film will be based on the close to 20 year old video game series about the vampire fighting Belmont family. The story also includes many elements of Stoker's vampire mythos, including Dracula himself.

A quick pro/con list:

  • Movie based on video game, that's bad.
  • Movie includes vampires, that's good.
  • Movie directed by guy who directed "Alien vs. Predator," that's bad.
  • Game has a very good and full story line, that's good.
  • Director of "Alien vs. Predator" is also writing it, that's bad.
  • No one from "Super Mario Bros." is involved, I'm reaching.

--Terrence Ryan


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Posted by on November 4, 2005 12:27 AM
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Fuck, why can't you guys get the fuck over it.
I myself am a big castlevania fan, sure that in the past any movie made from a video game usually turned out like shit stains on your grandma's undies. But you guys who are against it should stop fucking blasting it, cos we all know that you will go and see it and you will probably like it, and just say over the net and to your friends that it was a fucking waste of time and money. When it all comes to a close you guys are pathetic wastes of web space that should stop fucking poseing to make yourselves part of the crowd, juist give the movie a chance and who knows it just might blow you away.

-- Posted by: Matt_coulcher at November 23, 2005 10:10 PM

if this movie flops which im sure it will ... i will go on a mass hollywood shooting spree for fucking up a bad ass game. shit take a look at mortal kombat the first one was good the second just sucked so bad i washed my eyes with soap after watching it

-- Posted by: killntime at November 28, 2005 5:56 PM

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