“DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT” PRESS PREVIEW
Life can be one muddled paradox if you ever allow it to be.
During my formative years in the University, I shunned cinematic reviews.
Rather, I relied on my better judgement, a “gut” feel, with a little help from the entertainment fodders.
Film mirrors a REEL life of your choice whenever you purchase a cinema ticket.
and this ticket will bring you through “that” door into a metaphorical plethora of aesthetic learning.
Content and its development are of utmost importance, trust me.
Curiosity kills the cat if you pride yourself as someone who reads profusely to be aware of what’s moving around you,
and to understand what’s right or wrong in order to feel.
Be your own judge whenever you wish to patronize a film.
Because, more often not, artistic minds do not think alike.
Sauce for the goose is never sauce for the gander.
Take this instance, DYLAN DOG reaped beastly ratings from the West.
The Asian mind however, may palpitate towards a different perception.
No two persons look and observe beauty in the same way.
Let’s move on.
Dylan Dog is a comic book adaptation, taken from an Italian horror comic series featuring a paranormal investigator created by Tiziano Sclavi.
Just switch off your disbelief mode to enter this escapist world, because Dylan unravels cases the dead brings to him.
He thrives in a murky world of the “undead”.
“No pulse? No problem,” extols Dylan’s business card referring to his undead clients.
“Dylan Dog: Dead of Night” stars screen hunk BRANDON ROUTH who was once-upon-a-time groomed to take over as the New Superman – but that was until that film became an abysmal flop.