|Universal Pictures | Release Date: May 7, 2004||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
Van Helsing is simply far too much of a good thing, and although Hensley's Frankenstein Monster comes off better than anyone else, the film suffers from some truly inane dialogue and pacing that will likely cause tachycardia in members of the audience old enough to recall who Dwight Frye was. Read full review
The horror flick, at its height, was a lyrical caressing of our fears; by the end of this nonsense, you fear for the well-being of the genre. Its dead! [24 May 2004, p. 96]
Nothing's alive in this trash-heap travesty of warm-weather entertainment, despite the frenetic pace.
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