Release date: 2004
Sometimes it is oh so very hard; hard to write the review, hard to watch the movie in the first place. The watching… well, let me put it this way… I was no more than 20 minutes into the film when I caught myself falling asleep. I switched off and had to force myself to put it on again the next day. The writing of the review is hard because I have no desire to critically eviscerate the movie but can find little positive to say. Part of me would rather just forget I ever saw it, not write the review and claim the film never existed. Then I’d be letting you down, oh gentle blog reader, and reneging on my mission to bring you all the vampire films I come across (except Geek Maggot Bingo… that film is dead to me).
|Gio Sugranes as Sebastian|
So we get the idea that god created vampires – why, well that Sebastian does not know – after Christ was crucified. Neither Christ nor God speak to him but an enigmatic voice does… hearing voices Sebastian, not a good sign. There is no religious icon issue, indeed Sebastian prays often to a crucifix with a crown of thorns over it. The vampires can also go out during the day. They are known as Artifacts of Time, hence the title.
|vision of an evil twin|
Sorry, I’ve had enough… 0.5 out of 10 (half a point because it isn’t actively offensive, just boring and self indulgent). The imdb page is here.