Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

HBO’s ‘The Missionary': Cold War Drama with ‘Vampire Hunter,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ Star Not Moving Forward
HBO’s ‘The Missionary': Cold War Drama with ‘Vampire Hunter,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ Star Not Moving Forward
Well, this is a bit of a bummer. Late last year we were tracking development of an intriguing new HBO Cold War drama that had initially eyed 'Breaking Bad''s Aaron Paul for the leading role, dubbed 'The Missionary.' The role went to 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' star Benjamin Walker, though 'Breaking Bad's Jesse Plemons signed on for a supporting role, with the show to be produced by Mark Wahl
Worst Movie of 2012: ‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’ Takes the Cake in ScreenCrush Awards
Worst Movie of 2012: ‘Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter’ Takes the Cake in ScreenCrush Awards
Let's think of all the horrible movies that audiences were subjected to this past year. Titles like 'John Carter,' 'Battleship' and 'Snow White and the Huntsman' probably come to mind, right? Well, as part of our 2012 ScreenCrush Awards, we asked our readers to vote for the Worst Movie of the 2012, and one name emerged out of the cinematic muck -- 'Abraham Lincoln.'
HBO Casts Abraham Lincoln as ‘The Missionary,’ Aaron Paul Remains Otherwise Awesome
HBO Casts Abraham Lincoln as ‘The Missionary,’ Aaron Paul Remains Otherwise Awesome
Earlier in the summer we were excited to learn that 'Breaking Bad' star Aaron Paul was in talks to take the title role in HBO's upcoming drama 'The Missionary,' after the AMC drama's 2013 end of course.  As of now, it appear that Paul wasn't able to commit to the HBO period drama's European shoot, and the pay-cable network has subbed in 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' star Benjamin Walker for th
Timur Bekmambetov Interview: Creating Scary Vampires and an ‘Abraham Lincoln’ Sequel
Timur Bekmambetov Interview: Creating Scary Vampires and an ‘Abraham Lincoln’ Sequel
This weekend the revisionist historical fantasy ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ comes stampeding into theatres (wait for it, that reference will make sense). The film imagines a world in which the 16th President witnessed his mother’s death at the hands of a ghastly (and frankly smarmy) vampire as a boy and, as such, as a man prevents the dissolution of the Union by day and wields an unholy axe
‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ Review
‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ Review
A delightful horror romp through history! A fun and gnarly tall tale that cleverly mixes presidential esoterica and fantasy fun! An eye candy treat from the special effects wizard behind 'Night Watch!' I was itching to come out of 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' spouting all of the above and more. Sadly, the only thing I could come up with to say about this thoroughly asinine, tone-deaf picture
Mary Elizabeth Winstead Interview: Vampires, Superheroes and History Class
Mary Elizabeth Winstead Interview: Vampires, Superheroes and History Class
‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ is one part fantasy/horror, one part imaginative historical biopic and one part period romance. Each of the characters must traverse the various aspects of the story throughout the course of the film. But there is one character that is living in the later two thirds of the formula (with zero interaction with the first) for the vast majority of the tale: Mary Eliza
‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ Clip: All Aboard the Vampire Express
‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ Clip: All Aboard the Vampire Express
Audiences know what they’re getting out of ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.’ The self-explanatory title pretty much strips away the majority of the mystery, no? All that’s left is for Timur Bekmambetov to reveal his kinetic visual trickery, which could go a long way to distancing ‘Hunter’ from the summer-blockbuster pack. This new clip might help.

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