Constantin Barbulescu, Camelia Maxim, Catalin Paraschiv, Dan Popa
Vampires. No matter how you write, direct or act them, they are pretty basic in their composition. They suck blood, they stroll around at night, and as of late, they have been easy money in terms of revenue.
This morning, on a whim, I chose to go see Faye Jackson's much talked about piece, Strigoi, to confirm my suspicion on just how far the vampire craze has spread. After watching it, I can honestly tell you that the Romanian film is quite forgettable; though it did surprise me by venturing away from the mainstream western ideals of zombies and their chaotic lives.