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I Kissed A Vampire is Now A Movie

Lucas Grabeel, Adrian Slade and Drew Seeley are ditching the internet and bringing I Kissed A Vampire to the big screen.

Based on the web-series, the brand new two hour long feature film rock musical features seventeen original songs and premieres this June at the Seattle International Film Festival.

I Kissed a Vampire, the first ever vampire rock musical web-series, hit iTunes a few months back and apparently became so popular it’s now a full on movie. Unfortunately there’s not much info on the actual movie, but since it’s based on the show, I’m going to go ahead and assume it’s the same deal.

High School Musical alumni Lucas Grabeel and Drew Seeley and newcomer Adrian Slade star in this musical look at the torment of falling in love when you’re in the middle of becoming a vampire. Dylan (Grabeel) is terrified when a nasty bat bite transforms him into one of the living dead. His world is turned upside down, and he has to figure out how to balance his budding romance with Sara (Slade), the girl next door, and the bloodthirsty desires his magnetic vampire mentor Trey (Seeley) is constantly urging him to give in to.

A movie could be pretty entertaining, cheesy, but entertaining. I admit that I’ll probably give it a look once its released to the public. I mean, with lyrics like this how can you resist haha…

You look so pale, like you’ve seen a ghost… or a… Vampire?

The very first time you look at a vampire, it’s terribly terrifying,
Taboo and so exciting, what to do?
The very first time your lips touch a vampire’s, you wonder about the biting,
The taste of fruit inviting, will he hurt you?

Except for just one moment, we live the way we live,
This blood and lack of choices, we take, and then we give!

Love’s in vein, do you think it’s strange?
Go for the throats, go for the throats.
Feeding time, get outta your mind.
And go for the throats, go for the throats, yeah.

Check out the web-series trailer:

– Moonlight

By Moonlight

Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).

5 replies on “I Kissed A Vampire is Now A Movie”

i love this movie i kissed a vanpire it is awsome and they did not copy off of twilight this is better then twilight and its a good movie on a scale to 10 to rate this movie i would give it a 10 and i love the musical in this i give it two thumbs up

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