Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is an entertaining flick that explores unbelievable accounts of a “real-life” American President while chronicling his life filled with wisdom, romance, politics and revenge.

Visionary filmmakers Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov reinvent the time-honored genre and present the terrifying creatures of the night as they were meant to be experienced — as fierce, visceral, intense and bloodthristy. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter brings to the screen the secret life of our nation’s favorite president…as history’s greatest hunter of the undead.

Shot over amazingly engineered set designs and color-graded with eye-opening color palettes, Tim Burton’s latest production borrows his dark elements and complements it with Timur Bekmambetov plausible direction following Seth Grahame-Smith’s compelling screenplay which fashionably adapts to modern-day storytelling.

The script is great even without a lot of humor, and I believe you won’t be needing that because the film will jab you with its well-choreographed action and bloody sequences over a music that swings together with Abrahamn’s marvelous ax. By the way, don’t miss the axe swinging and flinging sequence of Benjamin Walker (and Anthony Mackie) on top of the train. On the minus side, the film suffers from poor make-up especially in the later part where everyone was supposed to age the same as Lincoln’s. Apparently, all the make-up were used on Walker.

Smith’s dark take on Abraham Lincoln’s life as he goes through the historical backbone of The United States with words and axe, is something one should not question for its credibility – because this fictionalized History turns out to be bizarrely fun and awesome that it will make you forgive its flaws. After all, history prefers legends to men. And Honest Abe, from just a man of faith and courage – has now become a legend.

After twisting fairytales and turning them into live action movies. The people behind Abraham Lincoln makes history for twisting reality which may become the next trend in Hollywood.

Cross Posted to Cinegang.ph » A Great Twisted Legend!