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It had a few one liners that made me chuckle, but that was it
This film is about a girl who moves into a village that is rampant with vampires. She falls in love with a vampire but she got dumped before the prom.
Seriously, what is the point of making "Vampire Sucks"? It's like remaking two films into one, but in a really bad way. The supposed spoofs are not even spoofs, but are just re-enactment of scenes from "Twilight" and "New Moon". The story is an amalgamation of the two films, but it is fragmented and incoherent. Most of the so called jokes are silly and simply ridiculous. There were a few one liners that made me chuckle, but most of the jokes were not funny.
Whatever you do, just don't pay to watch this.
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