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First off, if you're a gay dude who is into horror, then you should really enjoy EULOGY. You should enjoy it for the same reason straight dudes, like me, enjoyed the FRIDAY THE 13TH remake: because of lots of sex and nudity involving females. EULOGY FOR A VAMPIRE has the same thing, only opposite. There's some heavy dude-on-dude action going on here, that just wasn't enjoyable for me to watch. This is where the statement at the top comes in. I'm not gay-bashing here. I'm just not a fan of watching two dudes going at it in a pretty graphic nature. Hence, I was not a fan of this flick.
Don't get me wrong. EULOGY did eventually bring the horror once the gay drifter began mingling with his gay monk brethren. I just didn't care because I was already put off by the whole thing. Plus, the pacing was very drawn out, which made the wait for some ghostly action feel like forever. All you get for the first hour is basically a bunch of dudes talking, worrying, or flirting with each other. Everything is set to the tune of an annoyingly overdramatic score.
Most of EULOGY is just an unwatchable mess. None of the characters are interesting or greatly fleshed out. All the monks come off as whiny morons, leaving the viewer with no one to root for. I hope none of this sounded too insensitive.
Audio English dolby digital.
A Behind the Scenes featurette.
Cast Screentest footage.
A Music Video.