A suspenseful who dun-it film. The performances by Karl Urban, James Marsden, and Wentworth Miller were brilliant. From a female perspective it was interesting look into male bonding and friendship. But what really made this film awesome was how they kept the story going. You are constantly trying to guess who dun-it, but at the same time your finding out how important these guys are to each other. The film was well balanced between sexy, sensual, and story telling. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and would recommend it to the appropriate audiences.
*Eric’s loft is obviously not based on “True Blood” seeing as how they’ve never shown where he lives. So I put him in the same building as Brian Kinney from “Queer as Folk” since they have a lot in common. There’s plenty of space for extra vampire beds should more family members need a place to stay.