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A Vampire's Tale (2009) More at IMDbPro »Umbrage (original title)

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A Vampire's Tale -- A teenager and her dysfunctional family get caught at the centre of a centuries-old feud between a cowboy vampire and Lilith (the seductive mother of all vampires)


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Release Date:
22 August 2012 (Ireland) See more »
Darkness is your only friend
When a dysfunctional family moves into a remote farm terror emerges from the darkness in the form of a vampire cowboy hell bent on revenge. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Doug Bradley ... Jacob

Rita Ramnani ... Rachel

Jonnie Hurn ... Phelan

Natalia Celino ... Lilith
Grace Vallorani ... Lauren

James Fisher ... Stanley
Scott North ... Travis (as Scott Thomas)
Yoram Halberstam ... Adam
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Victoria Broom ... Special FX Voices
Jason Croot ... Adam
Aj Williams ... Sammaelson

Directed by
Drew Cullingham 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Drew Cullingham  written by

Produced by
Rupert Bryan .... executive producer
Drew Cullingham .... producer
Charlie Falconer .... producer
Yoram Halberstam .... executive producer
Francis Wallinger .... executive producer
Original Music by
Captain Bliss 
Huskie Jack 
Cinematography by
James Friend 
Film Editing by
Drew Cullingham 
Production Design by
Charlie Falconer 
Makeup Department
Emma Little .... makeup artist
Scott Orr .... special makeup effects artist
Natalie Wickens .... key makeup artist
Pippa Woods .... makeup artist
Production Management
Sarah Hutton .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Paul Gernon .... first assistant director
Ian Andrew Martin .... second assistant director
Yugeshree Ramsamy .... second assistant director
Art Department
Paul Harckham .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Wayne Reay .... sound designer
Wayne Reay .... sound recordist
Wayne Reay .... sound supervisor
Dominic Kinnaird .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Edward Bowen-Carpenter .... third assistant camera
Mat Brooks .... digital imaging technician
Aldo Camilleri .... gaffer
James Friend .... camera operator
Paul Hamer .... making-of
Callum Just .... spark
Sebastian Lamb .... clapper loader
Demon Lee .... still photographer
Ian James Sinnetti Lee .... making-of
Ian Manson .... making of documentary director
Genki McClure .... best boy
Adam Pardy .... making-of
Sam Rawlings .... focus puller: dailies
Job Reineke .... focus puller
Sol Saihati .... gaffer
Craig Viveiros .... camera operator
Charlie Wall .... grip
Tori Yates .... making-of
Editorial Department
Mat Brooks .... first assistant editor
Other crew
Sophie Baggaley .... production assistant
Helen Grace .... sales agent
Marianne Huet .... script supervisor
Erica Kram .... commentary coordinator
Kealan O'Donovan .... translator

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Umbrage" - UK (original title)
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Rated R for bloody violence, sexual content, nudity, language and some drug use
UK:90 min | USA:94 min
Sound Mix:
Australia:R18+ (2011) | South Korea:18 (2015) | UK:18 | USA:R (certificate #46718)
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Jacob:I thought your sort fry in the sunlight?
Phelan:Fairytales old man... fairytales
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12 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
complete rubbish, 22 October 2011
Author: dicky69 from United Kingdom

This film had no point, no real story & rubbish characters. I was unable to watch the whole film due to the fact i fell asleep through lack of anything to keep me awake. How anybody can rate this film any good is beyond me, i rated it 1 because that is the lowest. I am a fan of Vampire films (Blade films, 30 Days of Night) because of the suspense & Vampires but Umbrage was a big disappointment on both counts. I don't understand what genre this fits into Horror, NO, thriller, NO, comedy, NO, a bad joke, YES. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME ON A VERY BAD FILM. I really can not think of anything good to say about this film. Don't go down in the woods today because you could bump into some wooden actors disguised as trees & you would not even notice the difference. I hope there is a Umbrage 2, it will be perfect for insomniacs. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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