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For a good chunk of the proceedings, this movie suffers from a bad case of schizophrenia. We follow Bonnie and Clyde on their quest for non-stop violence and mayhem. And we also follow this weird, rich, deformed dude with a sack over his head on his quest to ascertain some sort of healing agent from the vampire he has locked in a dungeon inside his mansion. We switch back and forth between these two stories for a while. But it's called BONNIE AND CLYDE VS. DRACULA! That's what I want to see! I don't give a shit about whatever perils these two stories are presenting. I just want the awesomeness that the title suggested! The damn thing should have really been called "Bonnie & Clyde Briefly Run Into Dracula" because that is really what happens. I was really shocked... and disappointed.
I will say this, however: Tiffany Shepis and Trent Haaga absolutely rocked as the bad-ass titular couple! These two are damn talented genre actors and deserve to display their abilities on a stage even grander than low budget horror. They absolutely owned in their roles and really made all the proceedings worth watching.
I just don't get why writer/director, Timothy Friend, would be so content with leaving the interaction between the three titular characters to such a short, nearly pointless, length of time. He did an outstanding job of developing the finer points of Bonnie, Clyde, the weird sackhead-ed guy, and Dracula. Yet once all the chess pieces were in place, he just didn't deliver in terms of the kind of amazing action that a venue like this totally begs for. To say I was disappointed is an understatement. Maybe he was hoping to continue the saga in a sequel, but if you're making a low-budget horror flick, the chances of a second outing happening are slim to none. Maybe he was hindered by budgetary constraints? I don't know. I just wish that he delivered a nicely drawn out finale that would give true justice to the title BONNIE AND CLYDE VS. DRACULA.
Audio English dolby digital.
A Behind the Scenes featurette.
A Loveless Viral Video from that strange, deformed man that lives in the mansion.