The Transfiguration Film Review :
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Milo, the black teen vampire at the heart of The Transfiguration, likes his tales about the undead told with a fair amount of grit.
The same could no doubt be said for Brooklyn-born writer/director Michael O’Shea, who laces his first feature with references to George A Romero’s Martin, Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark, Tomas Alfredson’s Let The Right One In, and most boldly, FW Murnau’s Nosferatu. Unfortunately for O’Shea, he does his film no favours by biting these genre classics. Even Twilight – a series Milo (Eric Ruffin) refuses to engage with (“it seems unrealistic”), and one O’Shea probably doesn’t care for – has more going for it.
Michael O’Shea wears his influences on his sleeve in this downbeat, sporadically engaging slow-burn modern vampire fable, The debut feature from Brooklyn-born writer-director Michael O’Shea, “The Transfiguration” seemingly came from nowhere to secure a premiere.
Michael O’Shea’s debut chomps countless other vampire films. Unfortunately, they’re all superior to this middling, self-conscious effort.