He mentioned the "cross repelling vampires" troupe. I actually like that image. (Although I haven't seen the film).
In Bram Stoker's Dracula... Dracula is literally an anti-Christ.
Where Jesus lays his life down for others - Dracula takes others' lives for himself.
Where Jesus dwells in unapproachable light - Dracula lives in the darkness.
Where Jesus defeated the grave - Dracula literally dwells in the grave.
Where Jesus sheds his blood so others may live - Dracula takes others' blood to extend his own life.
There's a number of other comparisons, but Dracula is certainly a type of anti-Christ.
In literary terms, he is the anti-Christ.
I like the image of the cross repelling Dracula... and other vampires, because it is a powerful symbol and a metaphor. Remember, this is speculative fiction... so I'm not suggesting that we walk up to enemies of the church, invite them to debates, then try to chase them out of the auditorium with wooden crosses.
But the metaphor is a powerful one.
This terrifying, seemingly immortal, powerful, seductive, destructive creature can be overcome with a simple wooden cross. The metaphor is bold... the enemy of our souls is also seductive, powerful and terrifying - but he can be overcome by even the simplest faith that calls upon the Name of Christ.
Any-who... just my $0.02