- Starring: Diedrich Bader, Jenn Proske, Ken Jeong, Matt Lanter
Vampires Suck is a comedy about contemporary teen angst and romance movies. Becca, an anxious, non-vampire teen, is torn between two boys. Before she can choose, Becca must get around her controlling father, who embarrasses Becca by treating her like a child. Meanwhile, Becca’s friends contetend with their own romantic issues – all of which collide at the prom. (20th Century Fox)
- Director: Aaron Seltzer
- Genre(s): Comedy
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10It is of my opinion that this film has been gravely misunderstood by the majority of critics and the general public.
They didn't understand the hidden sardonic wit that satirized the very heart of the corrupt film industry, under the veneer of **** fart jokes.
They couldn't accept a film that was so daring as to parody the critics themselves, and as we all know too well the critics hold the power in the film industry.
So the critics responded to it in the way we have come to expect of such dogmatic fools. They simply exercised their sheer brutality, and thoughtlessness by rating it so badly.
Like so many others before it, this film will be shunned by the general public. Delegated to dying video rental stores and late-night re-runs, it will be known for it's true genius by only a select few.
It is an unfortunate scenario, but not one we are unfamiliar with. So please, if you see this movie give it the respect, consideration and thought that it deserves.… Expand
Do you have your brain turned off for the duration? Do you expect brainless humour not high-clkass cinema?
No? Then why are you watching this film?
Does exactly what you expect, and the crowd in the screen I saw it in laughed in three languages (in Tallinn, Estonia, it was shown in English with Estonian and Russian subtitles).
Of course pro critics will hate it. It's not aimed at them.… Expand
6I don't get it. Spoofs are supposed to be stupid. The movie was really funny, but the movie was bad. However, the acting is funny, and is eerily similar to the Twilight Saga. However, it's not one of the best spoofs I've seen. I recommend it for anyone who's ready to laugh, but only go if you know some or most things about the Twilight Saga.… Expand
Published: July 25, 2012This week, directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris return with a follow-up to indie hit "Little Miss Sunshine." As we see inside, director pairings are increasingly common, though some (like Dayton and Faris) turn out better work than others.