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Vampires Anonymous (2003)

R | | Comedy | 28 October 2003 (USA)
A vampire trying to get away from his "eating habits", joins a 12-step program.

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Vic Weller
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Christine
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Juan Rodrigo
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Penelope
Brent Hinkley ...
Eric
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Andy
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Taffeta Munro
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Jimmy
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Strickler
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Maggie Miller
Olivia Honeycutt ...
Ashley
David Lenthall ...
Jed Sanders
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Tucker Sanders
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Emily
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A vampire trying to get away from his "eating habits", joins a 12-step program.

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Rated R for language, some violence and sexual content | See all certifications »
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28 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Vampir Club  »

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The boom mic is visible when Maggie and her dad are talking in the kitchen. See more »

Quotes

Geno: A vampire's gotta do what a vampire's gotta do.
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What Can I do
Written by Neville Staple and Miles Woodroffe
Performed by Neville Staple and the Hitmen
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"I never thought I would need you guys."
12 August 2012 | by (the Mad Hatter's tea party.) – See all my reviews

Admitting your problem is hard… now for vampires there's a twelve step program to overcome their addictive craving for human blood, but this recovery process is sure to bring on the cold turkey. "Vampire Anonymous" is a quirky and hip, if smartly realised low-budget vampire comedy that is enjoyably charming despite the familiar developments. Vic Weller (a likable Paul Popowich) makes a call to Vampires Anonymous (1- 800-555-BITE) after biting yet again another girlfriend. Signing up to this group, he takes a test which picks out sheep as his best choice for blood source and his relocated to a small country town with Geno (a laconic Michael Madsen) as his sponsor whenever he needs advice. However the program doesn't seem to be working as he brings attention to his drinking habits as he slowly begins to fall off the wagon, as an underpaid corporate vampire slayer (a perfectly bitchy Michelle Stafford) gets on his trail and the police start investigating the disappearance of the town's depleting sheep population. Also he has taken a liking to the sweet Maggie Miller (the lovely Nicole Forester). The story is an amusingly sharp spin on addiction and the help that is offered in overcoming it. Satirically biting and creative in its comical situations, but the small town dramas are systematic, so is the romance angle.

"Don't be an f**king sheep in your next life."


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