By JAMES DAWSON
Front Row Features Film Critic
Too simpleminded to take seriously yet too stodgy to be much fun, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” is like a house divided against itself. And you know what Honest Abe said about those.
The title is a great throwaway gag that could have inspired an amusing “Grindhouse”-style fake-movie trailer. But screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith (adapting his bestselling novel) can’t stretch the idea far enough to make it work as a full-length feature. (The rest of this article is available only to frontrowfeatureswire.com subscribers. For subscription information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.)