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Aug 8, 2002 | 9:23 AM EDT

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  • Dr. Shroud
    Dr. Shroud Follow Dr. Shroud in these serials as he tries to find his missing daughter in the vampire-ridden city of Necropolis!

Author Comments

This vampire killing sequence sets the stage for Dr. Shroud as he unravels the truth behind "Saliva Sylvia", the doll that drools pools and pools. Viewers get to vote what happens next in each installment at and determine the outcome for each part in the adventure.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Spooky and full of adventure!

I like the old style movie combined with the comic book dialogue.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Good Start !

its a Good start to the Series,,, but kind of Small,,,, but I liked it,,, I didnt like the thing that he used to kill the Vampire,,, it was kind of dumb,, but still,,,, Lookin Good !


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I think I`ve found another favorite to add to the list. This is a good one,especially for comic book fans and vampire lovers world round. I like the old school of film style it has giving it a hint of Nastrodamis to it. Great film and it`s a highly recommended of mine.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Dr. Shroud Rules

As far4 as NG film noir goes this is up there with Razzo's work.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Well, itz a subject which I love and the your take on vampire hunting was interesting. however I have a couple of things to say and I hope you will forgive me if i am too ahrsh:

a) The guy (dr. shroud) looks gay. im sorry but itz true. He needs a better costume. a long leather coat, although cliche, looks alot better on hunters than a skin-tight body suit.

b) im not sure about the VOD shroud thing. Kinda stupid way to kill it. the main concept (a burrowing machine which kills from the inside) is great but it looks like a clockwork toy.

it can all be summed up by saying:

wonderful animation, great music (voices might be nice).
the concepts are wonderful and original. however, the way they are visualized is slightly off subject.