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Liar, Liar, Vampire (2015)

When Caitlyn, the most popular girl in school, mistakes new kid Davis for a vampire, he gains instant celebrity status. Davis enlists the help of his next-door neighbor, Vi, to dial up his vampire act. Together, will they fool the school?


Vince Marcello


Adrian Vina (as Adrian Viña)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Rahart Adams ... Davis Pell
Brec Bassinger ... Vi
Tiera Skovbye ... Caitlyn Crisp
Alex Zahara ... Baron Von Awesome
Pauline Egan ... Beverly Pell
Olivia Ryan Stern ... Rita (as Olivia Ryan-Stern)
Larissa Dias ... Bethany (as Larissa Albuquerque)
Samuel Patrick Chu ... Ashton
Ty Wood ... Bon
Eric Bempong ... Cody
Harrison MacDonald ... Stuart
Patti Allan ... School Clerk
Viv Leacock ... Science Teacher
Dan Zukovic ... History Teacher
Tyson Arner ... Water Bottle Kid


When Davis, a vividly daydreaming 17-year-old Aussie male, enters his new American high school (one rife with chowderheads steeped in the lore of the Twilight books and films), Caitlyn, the school's most popular queen bee, mistakes him for a vampire. Vi (literally the-girl-next-door) likes this disruption to the stagnant social order and helps Davis build into the error, leading the lad to widespread popularity. Can Davis be honest with Caitlyn without bursting her bubble and alienating her and his new classmates? Written by statmanjeff

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Comedy | Family


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Brec Bassinger used a stunt double for the kiss scene because she wanted her first kiss to be as Brec, not a character. See more »


Davis Pell: You should come to the dance tonight.
Vi: Definitely not my scene.
Davis Pell: There's a good chance I might make a fool of myself.
Vi: Slightly more tempting.
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References The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011) See more »


Get Ur Game On
Written by Owen Thomas, Lily May Young
Performed by Kaitlyn K.
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Well, it could have been worse...
10 February 2020 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

I had not heard about this 2015 movie from writer Adrian Vina and director Vince Marcello before now in 2020 when I was given the chance to sit down and watch it.

As the movie was labeled as a comedy, I decided to sit down and watch it, and also because I hadn't seen it before. And now that I have finished the movie, I must say that the movie is watchable, sure, but hardly an overly enjoyable movie. Sure, it was a pseudo-fun approach as a spoof on "Twilight", but the movie just wasn't crammed with enough pranks, jokes and general fun to have me entertained. Plus, the fact that it was a Nickelodeon movie, meant that it was aimed at a somewhat younger audience.

I will say that the acting performances in the movie were actually quite good. Sure, the characters and the script was a bit off for my age, but I will say that the actors and actresses did actually fare quite well.

All in all, "Liar, Liar, Vampire" scores a five out of ten stars rating from me. I am sure that there is a larger audience out there for this type of movie. I just wasn't really in the target audience.

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12 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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British Columbia, Canada


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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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