After “Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li” failed to attract audiences, money, and critical acclaim, Kristin Kreuk returned to her roots. She continued working on various television series and has done incredibly well on the small screen. On the other hand, the silver screen has not been her friend. Two years after she played Chun-Li, she starred as Maria Lucas in “Vampire,” and it did not go well.

The film was screened at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2011, and as Kreuk told eTalk, some people walked out because of the violence. In the decade since it was released, “Vampire” has not found a distributor that would release it in theaters outside of Japan. Pony Canyon did ink a deal to release it on DVD, and it’s since been released on streaming platforms like Amazon Prime. “Out of 10,000 films submitted for consideration in this year’s Sundance, this is one of the 200 chosen,” Deseret News noted in their 2011 review. “Please never make me watch the 9,800 it beat out.” Ouch.

Unfortunately, “Vampire” wasn’t Kreuk’s only dud. Her film credits include 2011’s “Ecstasy,” which scored a 15% on RottenTomatoes, and “Partition,” which she was able to film while working on “Smallville.” That film is her highest-rated on Rotten Tomatoes with 38%. To be fair, the critics appear to hate Kreuk’s movies while audiences don’t. Her highest-rated film, “Space Milkshake,” has no critic reviews but maintains an Audience Score of 96%.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

How Tall Is Blake Lively?

If you’re a woman in the United States and you’re around 5-foot-4,…

The Truth About Annabelle Wallis And Sebastian Stan’s Relationship

Dating rumors surrounded Annabelle Wallis and Sebastian Stan after photographer Myles Hendrick…

Mandy Moore Wants To Reboot A Walk To Remember With A Huge Disney Star

Reboots are hot right now and Mandy Moore believes there should be…

Sandra Bullock Absolutely Pans One Of Her Most Famous Movies

While promoting her upcoming film “The Lost City,” Sandra Bullock was asked…