50

Boston Globe

By Tom Russo
Some entertaining inventiveness, before nagging limitations finally drag it down.
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50

New Orleans Times-Picayune

By Mike Scott
An unapologetic B-movie, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night tries mightily to cover its flaws with a peppering of humor -- much of it supplied courtesy of Dylan's zombie sidekick, played by Sam Huntington -- and an at-times fun "Buffy the Vampire Hunter" vibe.
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50

Variety

By Dennis Harvey
Dylan Dog isn't a terrible movie, just one that feels like a tepid mishmash of secondhand concepts, never developing a distinctive atmosphere or unique personality of its own.
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42

Entertainment Weekly

Never mind that Dylan Dog: Dead of Night is loosely based on an Italian comic series from the 1980s; this low-rent adaptation owes an embarrassingly big blood debt to HBO's "True Blood."
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33

The A.V. Club

By Keith Phipps
Peter Stormare has fun engaging in some Walken-level scenery-chewing-almost literally-as the patriarch of a werewolf clan. Good for him. That means at least one person has found something to like about this tedious collection of wisecracks and hand-me-down monsters.
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30

Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Director Munroe (TMNT) is clearly a fan and attempted his best on an admittedly limited budget, but some things just don't translate that well. Throw this dog a bone? No need, he's already got a closetful.
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30

Boxoffice Magazine

Dylan Dog feels like its ideas were stolen from western entertainment-a mash-up of sexy vampires, burly werewolves, and comical-gross zombies-which Hollywood then stole back from the Europeans, forgetting that other movies have explored that evil terrain thoroughly, exhaustively and better.
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30

Los Angeles Times

By Robert Abele
Brings vampires, werewolves, zombies, detective noir and spoofy comedy together for a murky genre gumbo with barely any flavor.
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25

Orlando Sentinel

By Roger Moore
Its star, Brandon Routh, is just as miscast as a droll, world-weary "investigator of the undead" as he was as a boy-Man of Steel back in 2006.
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20

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Film noir is combined with horror to zero effect in Dylan Dog: Dead of Night.
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31 out of 100
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