A down on his luck cubicle worker and his slacker best friend discover their new boss is a vampire who is turning their coworkers into the un-dead.


Sean Cowhig, Neil Garguilo (as Neil W. Garguilo) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Fran Kranz ... Evan
Pedro Pascal ... Max
Joey Kern ... Tim
Joel Murray ... Ted
Emma Fitzpatrick ... Amanda
Yvette Yates Redick ... Zabeth (as Yvette Yates)
Justin Ware ... Andrew
Marshall Givens Marshall Givens ... Frank
David F. Park David F. Park ... Dave
Neil Garguilo ... Mike (as Neil W. Garguilo)
Parvesh Cheena ... Jack the Intern
Zabeth Russell ... Elaine
Sean Cowhig ... Janitor
Patricia Rae ... Sofia
Brian James O'Connell ... Mail Room Boy


Evan is a a dutiful and overworked employee stuck at a soul-killing corporation with his beautiful co-worker and girlfriend Amanda and his slacker best friend Tim. Evan's world begins to crumble when Amanda dumps him and his boss Ted hands his coveted promotion to his nemesis Max. However when the bodies start piling up and lazy coworkers become paler, hard-working, and more aggressive Evan soon discovers Max is actually a vampire, and has turned most of the office into vampires as well. Now Evan must defeat Max and rescue his workplace pals before his life and career go from dead-end - to just dead. Written by Anonymous

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Work. It sucks the life out of you.


Action | Comedy | Horror


Not Rated | See all certifications »

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There is a lot of jokes going on in the background; be sure to pay attention to the extras. See more »


The motivational poster in Ted's office has "Persistence" misspelled as "Persistance." See more »


Max: Evan, do you remember what I said we sell here?
Evan: Dreams?
Max: Yeah, that was bullshit. We sell fear.
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References Spider-Man (2002) See more »

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Office Space with vampires
13 October 2015 | by sideriteSee all my reviews

Most of the humor in the film is coming from the office dynamics in a typical cubicled corporate office. I don't know if this is still current or not (I mean, it's all about open space now, right?) but it is still funny.

Then there are vampires, which are presented in a really refreshing way. In a way it is a full circle thing: vampires, as a metaphor for noblemen sucking the blood of the working people, now updated for the corporate world which just replaced finery with expensive suits.

The acting is not stellar, but it doesn't have to be. Where the movie excels is the script, with the little funny puns and interesting dialogue. While not perfect, it was mighty entertaining.

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23 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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