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  • Actors: Brandon Routh, Anita Briem, Sam Huntington
  • Directors: Kevin Munroe
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Optimum Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 28 Oct. 2013
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00525QJJE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,365 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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In New Orleans, only one man stands between the living and the dead. That man is Dylan Dog (Brandon Routh, Superman Returns, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World), a private investigator who has recently left behind his role as a mediator between the human world and the creatures of the night. He and his assistant Marcus (Sam Huntington) now work only on human cases – that is until they receive a call from the beautiful Elizabeth (Anita Briem, The Tudors), whose wealthy father has died in mysterious circumstances. Dylan soon deduces that the murderer is not human, leading him back into a world he thought he had left behind. With Marcus and Elizabeth along for the ride, the investigation leads Dylan to face-off with the leaders of the werewolf and vampire clans (Peter Stomare and Taye Diggs), before taking on a series of ever-more sinister supernatural forces.

Bringing Tiziano Sclavi's beloved comic book series to life, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night is a supernatural mystery thriller packed with eye-popping FX and non-stop action.

Special Features:
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3.2 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sam Tyler on 8 Aug. 2014
Format: DVD
Sometimes a feature film feels like it is more of a TV pilot than an actual standalone movie and this is certainly the case with ‘Dylan Dog: Dead of Night’, starring one hit ‘Superman’ Brandon Routh. Others may like to think of Routh as having a fun extended cameo role in ‘Chuck’ or ‘Scott Pilgrim’ – he may have failed as a son of Krypton, but he does have charisma. It is this natural charm that lifts ‘Dead’ from being just a cheap genre flick into something that is also fun to watch. Routh plays Dylan Dog, a PI who used to work in the area of the supernatural, but no longer. That is until the demons come to him and one of his best friends starts to smell of rotting meat.

It is the witty scripts and chemistry between the actors that makes ‘Dead’ a breeze of a film to watch. Sam Huntington is excellent as the rotting sidekick Marcus and acts as a perfect foil to introduce the audience to the world. The plot is also fun, if a little daft. It really does feel like the first in a series of adventures that would have worked out well in 24 or so 45 minute TV episodes.

Unfortunately, the pilot feel of the film is not only down to the narrative, but the quality too. TV special effects are better than they have ever been, but are still miles behind the top Hollywood films. ‘Dead’ at times feels cheap. The special effects and makeup is admiral, but there is so much going on that a film of this size was never going to be able to afford top quality production values. I for one am happy to overlook some shoddy special effects if the story holds up. Therefore, ‘Dead of Night’ remains a fun film that fans of ‘Buffy’ or ‘The Dresden Files’ etc. will really enjoy. None genre fans should probably stay with the bigger budget outings.

Due to the special effect issues, the DVD is as good to watch as BluRay as it will not expose the issue as much. There is a fun making of on the disc as well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman TOP 50 REVIEWER on 29 Oct. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Welcome to the World of 'Dylan Dog' (Brandon Routh) where what is thought not to
exist, does, we are talking 'Werewolves' 'Vampires' and 'Zombies' 'Dylan' goes
where human-kind fear to tread.
He has retired from his job as a 'private investigator' he killed monsters for a living.
When a friend 'Marcus' (Sam Huntington) is murdered by a Werewolf, 'Dylan' swings
back into action, and has also accepted the case of a similar killig of 'Elizabeth's'
(Anita Briem) father.
The supernatural investigator is well used to dealing with the creatures of the night...
in this World the dead don't always remain that way becoming 'The Living Dead' guess
we have just about every night creature in tow.
We even have a body-parts replacement service which comes in handy for resurrected
'Marcus' who's in need of an arm, he's now a unwilling Zombie.
'Dylan's' investigation into the murders takes him down some historic and secret facts
that very few know about.
There is a connection the murders have, the search for an ancient artifact, 'The Heart
of The Lion' if found and used it could recreate an ancient and all powerful creature that
could destroy mankind's presence on Earth.
A comic-tale that harbours a hint of 'Horror' some 'Tongue-in-cheek' action with a snip of
gore and grotesque images with, perhaps a brief jump-out-of-your-seat moment.
(Wrestling fans will certainly recognise 'Kurt Angle')
Watchable....
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on 13 Sept. 2013
Format: DVD
The movie starts out great. A young girl ( Anita Briem, Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D babe)is preparing supper for her and her dad. She is dancing in the kitchen, starting out with some good rock jams. She gets a clean plate out and sets it on the counter and then suddenly there is blood on the plate. It is dripping from the ceiling. She runs upstairs and her dad is dead. A werewolf jumps out the window...enter Dylan I. Dog (Brandon Routh), private investigator. He used to investigate weird undead things, a younger, hipper version of Kolchak, the Night Stalker. Dylan is old school. He uses snail mail. Deals with cash and checks, drives a VW Beetle (that backfires) and uses a film camera.

Dylan refuses the case until his friend Marcus (Sam Huntington) is killed. Now it has become personal. There are four werewolf clans. They operate in New Orleans like the mafia. The vampires are out to get Dylan and don't worry too much about Marcus, seems he was bitten by a zombie and becomes part of the "undead." There is a zombie support group for the recently undead. Seems all the can eat are worms, maggots and hot dogs. There is even a twist at the end.

The film has some flashbacks to a previous time/movie in order to catch the story up to date. For those who liked the old Night Stalker series, check this one out. 4 stars for adults/ 5 stars for teens

comedy/horror/mystery
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By PJ Rankine TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 July 2011
Format: DVD
My one complaint when I watched 'Van Helsing' was that they tried to combine too many monsters in one movie, apart from that I quite enjoyed it. In 'Dylan Dog' director Kevin Munro successfully combines vampires, werewolves and zombies in an entertaining romp about the undead set in New Orleans. New Orleans is apparently undead central where they flock to live ordinary lives alongside the living. Dylan Dog; played by Brandon Routh of 'Superman' fame, used to be employed by the undead to keep the peace but it all went awfully wrong when his fiancee was killed by vampires. Now he makes his living as a conventional private detective investigating divorce cases and the like assisted by Sam Huntingdon who longs for something a little more exciting. He is called upon to investigate the murder of an importer apparently by a werewolf and turns down the job only for his assistant to be murdered the next day plunging him into a search for the legendary Heart of Belial and conflict with the city's undead population. From there the body count piles up, the jokes keep coming and although it is a little predictable it was actually quite entertaining. Everyone gives a good account of themselves and the effects are all good. None of the various mythologies are ignored in the way that films like 'Twilight' do.
I would have liked to have seen someone a bit more rugged for the lead role as Brandon Routh is too smooth and his nasal voice is not really suitable for the film noirish voice over that accompanies the action. Sam Huntingdon is very entertaining as Dylan's sidekick Marcus and has a good storyline of his own that meshes in neatly with the main story. Anita Briem plays the sweet and innocent love interest (or is she?), watch out for the scene near the end where she strips off her shirt, damn has she got some muscle hidden under there.
Overall if you're a fan of 'True Blood' then you'll probably enjoy this too, even the vampire clan are called 'True Bloods'.
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