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Vampires vs. the Bronx (2020)


Three gutsy kids from a rapidly gentrifying Bronx neighborhood stumble upon a sinister plot to suck all the life from their beloved community.

Vampires vs. the Bronx (2020)

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Released Year: 2020
Runtime: 86 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Directors: Osmany Rodriguez

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Three gutsy kids from a rapidly gentrifying Bronx neighborhood stumble upon a sinister plot to suck all the life from their beloved community.

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Reviews


80
IGN - Rafael Motamayor
Vampire vs. the Bronx offers enough kid-friendly thrills and laughs to entertain and introduce newcomers to the horror genre, while also offering a socially conscious exploration of gentrification we haven't seen in the genre before.
80
Film Threat - Unnamed
Vampires Vs. The Bronx is a great way to introduce your kids or pre-teens to the vampire genre, and a fun look at how Gen Z plans to deal with armies of the undead.
80
Empire - Unnamed
A witty and likeable horror-comedy that manages to put a stake to the heart of some real issues while it tickles your ribs.
75
RogerEbert.com - Nick Allen
Originality is missing from the movie, but it has plenty of great jokes and a whole lot of people you enjoy hanging out with. When a horror-comedy is as agile, charming, and funny as this, everybody wins.
63
Movie Nation - Roger Moore
Nobody should be making serious vampire or zombie movies at this stage of the horror cycle, so this riff on the genre absolutely fills the bill. And making it a commentary on gentrification? Inspired.

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