All the Moons Is Finally Getting a US Release!

I have some really exciting news to tell you. In fact, I’d even say this is some of the best news I’ll be writing about all year. All the Moons, my favorite movie from any film festival last year, is finally getting a US release next month via Shudder.

It’s a beautiful drama-horror about a girl who becomes a vampire, and it follows her throughout the various stages of her life as one of the undead. Beyond that, the film doesn’t really have a super-defined plot, but everything else about it is just so good that the lack of story simply doesn’t matter.

I’d even go so far as to say that All the Moons is one of the best vampire movies I’ve ever seen. It has a super likable main character, some excellent themes about love and acceptance, and a few really intriguing new twists on the traditional vampire lore we all know and love.

That being said, I do have to warn you that this film isn’t going to be for everyone. It doesn’t have any real scares or any super violent scenes like the end of Let the Right One In, so it’s pretty much just a straight-up drama. It simply happens to be about a vampire, but other than that, there’s not much “traditional” horror in it.

However, if this sounds like something you’d enjoy, I highly, highly recommend giving All the Moons a shot. I can tell you right now that this is going to be in my top ten movies of 2022 (of any genre, not just horror), so do yourself a favor and check it out as soon as you get a chance. You will not be disappointed.

And if you’re still on the fence about All the Moons, Shudder recently released a trailer that does a great job of capturing the tone and feel of the film as well as some of the cool vampire imagery it features. It lets you know exactly what you’re in for, so if you enjoy this trailer, you’ll almost certainly enjoy the movie.

All the Moons hits Shudder on February 10.

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Written by JP Nunez

JP Nunez is a lifelong horror fan. From a very early age, he learned to love monsters, ghosts, and all things spooky, and it's still his favorite genre today.

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