At long last the trailer for Amy Heckerling’s Vamps is here! The comedy has been in the works for quite some times now and the amusing, and wonderfully cheesy, trailer has been a long coming. So I am thrilled that it’s finally here and we are one step closer to this fun, campy little vampire film. Check out the movie description and trailer below.
“Starring Alicia Silverstone (Clueless, Batman & Robin), Krysten Ritter (“Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23,” Confessions of a Shopaholic), Wallace Shawn (Toy Story, Princess Bride), and Sigourney Weaver (Aliens, Avatar), the film combines the fun of the classic hit Clueless with the tremendous popularity of vampires.
Beautiful vampires Goody (Silverstone) and Stacy (Ritter) have been enjoying the good life in New York City. As upstanding, politically correct Extended Life Forms (ELFs), the pair hit a support group, “Sanguines Anonymous,” to help curb the temptation of human blood in between their clubbing and dating schedules. When love steals into each of their lives, the pair’s destiny is set on a new course and they must make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality—and maybe much more.”
Written and directed by Amy Heckerling, Vamps is a comedy-fantasy-romance that puts a fresh and hilariously upbeat twist on the vampire genre. The film also stars Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”), Richard Lewis (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), Justin Kirk (“Weeds”), Kristen Johnston (Bride Wars), Malcolm McDowell (The Artist, A Clockwork Orange), Zak Orth (Romeo + Juliet), and Marilu Henner (Johnny Dangerously).
Check out the Vamps trailer below:
Yeah, it is totally campy, but in the best of ways. I am actually looking forward to this one, it looks like silly fun.
Vamps will have a limited theatrical release on November 2nd, which will then be followed by Blu-ray and DVD release on November 13th.
Who here is excited about Vamps? What do you think of the trailer?
Has the vibe of a lighter Modern Vampires. Could be fun.
Sigourney Weaver cameo = Ripley the vampire, ooh la la!
(that would have made the Alien franchise even more interesting)
“Vamps” looks like a fun Friday night date movie.
Sorry, But that looks way too cheesy for me. It Looks like Sex and The City only with vampires.