One of the film's only original touches is using the pasty-white creatures of the night as metaphors for increasing gentrification, and the film is at it's best when wittily observing that comparison. It does have some loveable characters, and a few genuinely funny moments spread throughout. But the more the film wears on, the more derivative it becomes of other vampire flicks. It doesn't seem to know what to do with it's more horrific elements, which leads to some crumby CGI effects and goofy battle scenes. It's a shame, because there was certainly some potential here, and the young cast members are charming and likeable. But this is a generic, somewhat aimless film at the end of the day.
My Rating: 5/10