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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 Van Helsing (2004) See more »


Get Ur Game On
Written by Owen Thomas, Lily May Young
Performed by Kaitlyn K.
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Great fun, big lesson.
17 October 2015 | by AlexandriaMehhSee all my reviews

This film manages to deliver a big lesson for it's audience, that lesson delivering to a great impact that leaves a mark for sure. The film has an interesting plot. A boy moves to this new town, and usually doesn't fit in. Finding his chance to finally win over what he's always wanted - to fit in, he resorts to faking, he must, now, do what it takes to keep it that way. I felt as if the lesson, overall that ties in with the plot was powerful, a well lesson to deliver. The film manages to deliver said lesson in a fun, unique way that surely entertains the audience. I personally thought this film would be just another Nickelodeon trash film, but was wrong, pleasantly surprised. The film, as it continues manages to win the audience over with charming characters, who of which's actors deliver smooth, and succeed in strong emphasis toward their characters. The film's moral, or lesson, once again, delivered strongly. But at the same time in a fun, clean way. This film was watched out of boredom. And it surprised me. I'd recommend this whenever it pops up again. It's entertaining, and has a nice charm. It has succeeded in it's moral, and over all sense of uniqueness!

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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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16:9 HD
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