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#1 Poe

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 05:27 PM

So, the other day I came across the movie "I Sell the Dead" with Dominic Monaghan and Ron Perlman. It's a small movie about a couple of grave robbers and their adventures and mishaps as they come across corpses that aren't quite dead and realize trading in the undead brings in the real money. As a movie it's so so, certainly not bad, but nothing spectacular either (although it definitely has a kind of Evil dead-esque charm). However, as an inspiration for WHFRP it's excellent! It has everything: filthy graverobbering, a mad scientist, the restless dead, a ruthless competing gang of graverobbers and lots of dirt, grime and blood! Have a look at the trailer.

Watching the movie all kinds of ideas started popping into my head; first that it'd be fun to play a graverobber and then that I should start constructing a adventure or campaign with an undead/graverobber theme.

 

And then of course there's the upcoming Solomon Kane adaption which looks rather promising. Have a look!



#2 Mal Reynolds

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 05:53 PM

hi

 

thanks for the amazing trailers.  I will watch them as soon possible.  I can`t help myself to reccomend this movie for any vampire fans out there. Its my favourite vampire movie of all time. Its a swedish movie, cute and honest. An american re-make is under development. watch the trailer if you like www.youtube.com/watch



#3 Mal Reynolds

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 05:55 PM

oh I made a mistake here.

this should be the right link : Swedish Vampire movie my favorite of all time






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