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  • Director: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
  • Writers: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
  • Stars: Jenn Proske, Matt Lanter and Diedrich Bader
  • Release Date: August 2010
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Run Time: 82 min




Vampires Suck

If you are a fan of Twilight you will enjoy this. There are more funny moments – laugh out loud moments than you’d expect. Without giving away any jokes for enjoyment – there were a lot of things to make fun of and the contemporary references were spot on. For this kind of movie they did as good a job as possible given the subject matter.

Compared to other spoof movies its less corny and slapstick. Of course there are some exaggerated parts and overkill on certain jokes but overall it was well done. It was nice that they used famous dialog from the movies to spoof like “about 3 things I was certain” and “i know what you are …” They of course had to combine and condense the stories of 2 long movies into one and it was quite cleverly done. Left me wishing could have spoofed even more scenes.

The leads are good. Jenn Proske gets K Stew’s mannerisms down well maybe she does them a little too often. Matt Lanter gets the Edward broody look quite well and looks the part. Chris Riggi as Jacob is OK and the vampire trio are good. Some of the supporting cast are a bit insipid like the Sullens. And some Volturri could have been better cast.

The familiar scenes were well recreated – forest, Bella’s room, school etc. Clothing was well copied. Didn’t have a cheap feel at all. It was fun to see how well they recreated things like the truck accident etc.

Overall watch it if you are a Twilight fan. I think a lot of critics weren’t fans of the series so of course they found it boring.



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