- All looks and no brains makes Dylan a dull boy.
A tough handsome loner who traverses the delicate balance between good and evil. Using only his wits and an array of religious weapons, he fights the monsters our society isn’t ready to know are real. An epic battle for humanity’s very soul.
But enough about ‘Constantine’. Let’s talk some Dylan Dog.
The good news: Dylan Dog isn’t the cinematic abortion so many have claimed.
The bad news: It’s a lukewarm half measure. And when you’re a modest throw-away bit of harmless trash from Hyde Park Entertainment, you can’t afford to be disposable.
The real issue is that Dylan Dog never elevates itself above its meager trappings. And that’s unfortunate…because there was potential there; but it was squandered by a stingy director who didn’t trust his cast and source material (which was certainly thin – but not completely devoid of opportunity).