Jeffrey Roberie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Can't put into words why I like this one much more than the laster JOHN CARPENTER'S VAMPIRES when, on paper, they both have the same issue where our (anti) 'heroes' are really hatable, but it's how I feel. Maybe because these guys, who are truely heinous individuals and much worse than Jack Crow and friends from VAMPIRES, get to speak Tarintino dialogue? Not sure but it is how it is.
This one is still 'fun', Tarintino's script sparks and goes from a an entertaining awful criminal human beings on the run story to a ridiculously fun vampire story (SPOILER). We also get Rodriguez back when he wanted to leave his house and try rather than just shoot everything in his garage from a script written by his kids.