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Vampire Killers (2009)

Lesbian Vampire Killers (original title)
Their women having been enslaved by the local pack of lesbian vampires thanks to an ancient curse, the remaining menfolk of a rural town send two hapless young lads out onto the moors as a sacrifice.

Director:

Phil Claydon

Writers:

Stewart Williams (screenplay), Paul Hupfield (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Silvia Colloca ... Carmilla
Margarita Hall Margarita Hall ... Daughter of Darkness 1
Sianad Gregory ... Daughter of Darkness 2
Mathew Horne ... Jimmy
Lucy Gaskell ... Judy
Emma Clifford ... Ms Rossi
James Corden ... Fletch
Travis Oliver ... Steve
Susie Amy ... Blonde
MyAnna Buring ... Lotte
Louise Dylan ... Anke
Ashley Mulheron ... Trudi
Tiffany Mulheron ... Heidi
John Pierce Jones John Pierce Jones ... Landlord (as John Pierce-Jones)
Steve Clark-Hall ... Sidney Goatherder No.7 / The Storyteller
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Storyline

Centuries ago, Baron Wolfgang MacLaren vanquished the Vampire Queen Carmilla in the remote Cragwich; however, before decapitating the evil vampire, she curses the locals and descendants of the baron, swearing that every woman would turn into a lesbian vampire on the eighteenth birthday. On the present days, the clumsy and naive cuckold Jimmy is dumped again by his girlfriend Judy and misses her. His best friend Fletch is fired in his job of clown after hitting an annoying boy. The two friends are broken and decide to camp in the countryside to forget their problems, and Jimmy throws a dart in a map in a pub to decide where they should go. They head to Cragwich and when they arrive in the bar Baron's Rest, they see four hot girls leaving the place in a Kombi. The innkeeper offers the old Mircalla cottage in the woods for them, the same place the girls will lodge. Meanwhile, Lotte, Heide, Anke and Trudi have trouble with their van and Jimmy and Fletch reach them in the forest and they ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Two no-hopers. One cursed village. One hell of a night! See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language, sexual content and horror violence | See all certifications »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 2009 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Vampire Killers See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

£648,634 (United Kingdom), 22 March 2009, Limited Release
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| (European Film Market)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

In 2003 when the script was first created, the writers, both MTV producers at the time, intended to make the film themselves as a 'straight to DVD' B-Movie. Paul Hupfield was set to direct, and Stewart Williams was due to play the part of Fletch. See more »

Quotes

Fletch: Hahahahahahahaha! It's got a big metal cock for a handle!
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Connections

Featured in Here I Am (2011) See more »

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Fiddlers Jig
Written by Paul Mottram (as Mottram)
Licensed courtesy of Audio Networks
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What did you expect?
9 April 2009 | by shanangusSee all my reviews

This is for everyone who didn't like this movie. What did you expect. Really, what did you expect? You went to see a movie called Lesbian Vampire Killers. It had the lesbians, it had the vampires and oh yes, there were killings. Okay, it wasn't the best movie ever. The style was kind of like heroes meets sean of the dead. But it was as funny as other good comedies, it kept me entertained from start to finish mostly because of the lesbians but that's neither here nor there and although the plot was simple it was a nice idea. Essentially unless you like lesbians vampires and killings, and unless you one of those people who sees Matthew Horne throwing a sword at the bad guy who is in the middle of his two friends and think 'that doesn't make any sense he could have missed and hit James Corden, why didn't he just stab the sword' instead of thinking 'wow that was kick ass' then don't go and see this movie because you won't enjoy it.


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