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I had high hopes for Dylan Dog. Unreasonable ones, given the director and writers’ previous credits include TMNT and the terrible, terrible A Sound of Thunder, but still. The other cinematic adaptation of Dylan Dog author Tiziano Sclavi’s work is Cemetery Man, a movie that battles Dead Alive for my favorite zombie movies and would probably crack the top 20 of my all-time general favorites. Cemetery Man is a strange, thoughtful, melodramatic, playful, funny movie.

Dylan Dog is not.

It’s kind of like True Blood minus the T&A plus Hellboy minus the Ron Perlman plus a crappy generic detective movie. The result is a movie that feels like it should be playing on a New Year’s Eve monster marathon. Not at the 10 PM slot, either. Dylan Dog would start at 3:47 AM.

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