Dr Chris "Based on a very popular European indie comic, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night follows the adventures of private investigator Dylan Dog who works with monsters and other things that go bump in the night. However, after a pretty bad fallout with the vampire clan of the city as the result of the loss of a loved one, Dylan decided to just handle normal investigative cases like cheating spouses and insurance scams. But when a young woman’s father is murdered by a werewolf, and it leads to a secret that is being hunted by both werewolf and vampires, and several other supernatural monsters, Dylan is forced back into helping these creatures. He is also helping his new partner Marcus, who is killed in battle and resurrected as a zombie against his will and must learn to cope with his new undead existence."
MediaStinger: "2011 was another good example of Hollywood’s recent trend of upping the quantity of films at the expense of quality. That’s also indicated here by our dirty dozen of nominees for the dubious title of Worst Movie of 2011 and the sizable list of dishonorable mentions."
A horror comedy that's cliché and predictable, with a lack of coherency and cheap monster effects that are blurred by shadows and choppy editing. Full review by Chris Pandolfi.
Player Affinity writes: "How "Dylan Dog" didn't wind up A) going direct to video or B) airing on the Syfy Channel, is absolutely mind-blowing. It's so utterly and mind-bogglingly inept at entertaining its audience, raising excitement during any of its so-called "action" scenes, or just having a single ounce of quality at all."