Let’s not beat around the bush: Vampire Clay is not a very good film. The problem at the heart of Sôichi Umezawa’s directorial debut is that plasticine is not scary. Unfortunately, that’s all that the film has to offer. Vampire Clay is set in an art school in rural Japan. When the lone faculty member uncovers a bag of clay unearthed following a mild earthquake, she takes it inside for the students to use. Unfortunately, the dormant murderous clay is reanimated when sprayed with water and soon it begins feasting on the blood, hands and whole bodies of the students. The description makes Vampire Clay seem like a horror comedy, but despite a few chuckle-worthy moments, Umezawa plays the events of the film as straight horror. … Read entire story.
Source: Bloody Disgusting!