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5.1

Mixed or average reviews- based on 34 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 34
  2. Negative: 12 out of 34
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  1. Sep 6, 2011
    9
    I can see why film critics don't like it, but they're not the audience it was made for. If you're a fan of urban fantasy on the page or on the small screen then you'll love this. Think Kate Daniels + Harry Dresden with the production values of a good episode of Supernatural. Take it as a stand-alone though as it strays majorly from source.
  2. May 10, 2011
    10
    This ain't Dylan Dog this is Dylan Dog **** Go watch Dellamorte Dellamore (AKA Cemetery Man) instead which is also based on Dylan Dog, it's now out on Blu Ray too in Europe - go to Amazon to check out this brilliant movie. Ignore this low budget TV movie, as I said it's Dog ****
  3. Mar 26, 2012
    10
    This movie was severely underrated. There were some parts that were maybe not like the comic and a little too cheesy, but for the most part the movie was good. The hollowness in Brandon Routh makes the film sparkle. Sam Huntington as the goofy sidekick Marcus was a glorious part of the film. Hopefully some day the series can be revived, due to lackluster marketing and release time.
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31

Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

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  1. Positive: 0 out of 10
  2. Negative: 6 out of 10
  1. Reviewed by: Marc Savlov
    May 5, 2011
    30
    Director Munroe (TMNT) is clearly a fan and attempted his best on an admittedly limited budget, but some things just don't translate that well. Throw this dog a bone? No need, he's already got a closetful.
  2. Reviewed by: Tom Russo
    May 2, 2011
    50
    Some entertaining inventiveness, before nagging limitations finally drag it down.
  3. Reviewed by: Todd Gilchrist
    Apr 30, 2011
    30
    Dylan Dog feels like its ideas were stolen from western entertainment-a mash-up of sexy vampires, burly werewolves, and comical-gross zombies-which Hollywood then stole back from the Europeans, forgetting that other movies have explored that evil terrain thoroughly, exhaustively and better.