President for life in the Nicolas Cage Appreciation Society.
In a hundred years from now Nicolas Cage will be known as the greatest artist of our time.
They will build shrines, statues and museums in his name and they will screen Vampire’s Kiss in their cinemas of the future where the audience will marvel at a performance that’s unlike anything that came before or after.
Like Van Gogh before him, Nicolas Cage will be judged wrongly by the peers of his own time, but in generations to come they will discover the true genius of his art.
How this ended up being anything short of a five-star film is beyond me.
It's Nicolas Cage beating up possessed animatronics. That should be a recipe for succes.
Yet, besides the obviously great parts where Cage actually fights the demon-puppets, it's a pretty bad film.
If they just stuck to the formula it might have worked, but instead they went and ruined it by trying to include som lame-ass storyline and some really - REALLY - dumb supporting characters.
I knew this was supposed to be pretty good, but I did not expect this level of awesome.
We are knee-deep in crazy, complete with a sketchy corporation, bigoted fishermen, blood and nudity.
Quite a lot of nudity.
And then there’s the monsters, the only thing that’s possibly more terrifying than Jaws, rapey land-Jaws.
And we know they’re the real deal, because THEY MURDER DOGS! Bastards!
But they also kill a ventriloquist, so that kinda makes up for…