And I finished watching Strigoi last night. Some possible spoilers ahead:
The ending was weird and leaves all sorts of loose ends untied. The vampires were taken care of but the real monsters, the greedy humans, were still around. The vampires were not treated as being inherently evil beings, but actually victims of violent deaths and burial in unconsecrated ground. They weren't entirely sympathetic, but just intelligent walking dead. They certainly weren't the teeth-baring maniacs of Hollywood, but more in tune with what I know of the original Romanian folklore. The folklore itself was treated pretty respectfully in context with the story which was, as I said, really about simple human greed and deception. The priest of the village is, as one would expect in such a film, an outright villain.