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5 items from 2009

Fantasia ’09: Lesbian Vampire Killers (Film Review)

25 July 2009 1:02 AM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

I had a choice to see one of two Fantasia films playing at the same time: A Gay American Werewolf In London or Lesbian Vampire Killers. I went with the latter because: 1) The first movie doesn’t exist, and 2) I’m a sucker for catchy titles. However, horror films, like porno flicks, with memorable monikers usually don’t live up to their names. But Lesbian Vampire Killers (which screened at Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival this month) does—and not in all the ways you would expect. I was anticipating a bunch of girl-on-girl action with topless, bloodsucking lesbian ladies engaging in titillatingly licentious and raunchy sexual and violent acts, and while Lvk does have its share of girl-on-girl kissing and bloodletting, director Phil Claydon stays away from profligacy and pornography and instead delivers a crowd-pleasing, entertaining horror-comedy in the vein of Shaun Of The Dead.

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Sex Sells in the Lesbian Vampire Killers DVD Art

16 July 2009 8:00 PM, PDT | | See recent MoviesOnline news »

Below you can checkout the complete specs, and a large set of breasts for Lesbian Vampire Killers. The film is preparing for its UK release on DVD and the studio has sent over the complete details. One instance where the title says it all, Lesbian Vampire Killers finds screenwriters Stewart Williams and Paul Hupfield and director Phil Claydon plunging headfirst into guilty pleasure territory with an unrestrained, sex-laden horror comedy. The picture stars Mathew Horne and James Corden of Gavin And Stacey fame as (respectively) Jimmy and Fletch, two buddies who wind up the unlikely sav »

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Sexy New Photos from Britain's Lesbian Vampire Killers

12 March 2009 2:06 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Thanks to our reader Christopher M, we've got seven new sexy photos from the indie comedy Lesbian Vampire Killers that I just can't help but share with all of you. This film is actually getting its official Us premiere at SXSW next week (on Monday March 16th), but unfortunately I won't be there. I would love to see it, I just can't make it down to Austin. For those of you, like me, who won't be able to see it until it eventually gets a Us distributor, we can both weep softly while enjoying these new photos. If you haven't seen the trailer for Lesbian Vampire Killers yet, please watch it! And check out these new photos. For more madness, head to the official website: Lesbian Vampire Killers is directed by British filmmaker Phil Claydon, of the 2002 horror flick Alone. The script was co-written by Paul Hupfield and Stewart Williams, »

- Alex Billington

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SXSW announces Fantastic Fest At Midnight lineup!

17 February 2009 5:51 PM, PST | | See recent QuietEarth news »

What's the time? It's time to get ill! That's right, the 6 films playing at the SXSW midnight lineup courtesy of Fantastic Fest have been announced, and we've reported on quite a few of these, especially The Horseman which we loved. Check em out:

Ong Bak 2 (Thailand)

Director: Tony Jaa. Writer: Panna Rittikrai

Martial-arts superstar Tony Jaa is back in an epic prequel to the 2003 action smash Ong Bak. Cast: Tony Jaa, Sorapong Chatree, Sarunyu Wongkrachang, Nirut Sirichanya, Santisuk Promsiri, Primorata Dejudom (International Film Festival Premiere)

Black (France)

Director: Pierre Laffargue. Writer: Pierre Laffargue, Lucio Mad and Gábor Rassov

A nouveau-blacksploitation adventure awash in black magic, African Mysticism, mutant arms dealers, gargantuan machete-wielding mercenary armies and a truckload of knuckle-sandwiches. Cast: Mc Jean Gab'1, Carole Karemera, François Levantal, Anton Yakovlev (World Premiere)

The Haunting in Connecticut (U.S.)

Director: Peter Cornwell. Writer: Adam Simon and Tim Metcalfe

In the tradition »

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SXSW Presents Fantastic Fest at Midnight

17 February 2009 5:14 PM, PST | | See recent FantasticFest news »

Austin, Texas – February 17, 2008 – The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival announced the official titles for their new program “SXSW Presents Fantastic Fest at Midnight,” kicking off with the International Film Festival Premiere of Ong Bak 2, the most anticipated new action film of the year. Six films from six countries comprise the lineup, featuring four international premieres, one North American premiere and one U.S. Premiere. From horror to action, to comedy and suspense, these six films collectively represent the spectrum of genre films featured in Austin’s annual Fantastic Fest. All films will play at midnight at the SXSW Film Festival at the Alamo South Lamar, in addition to the traditional SXSW Midnighters section, which will take place at the Alamo Ritz. The program will feature:

Ong Bak 2 (Thailand)

Director: Tony Jaa. Writer: Panna Rittikrai

Martial-arts superstar Tony Jaa is back in an epic prequel to the 2003 action smash Ong Bak. »

- (Tim League)

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