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The Vamps ist eine vierköpfige britische Pop-Rockband. Sie wurde gegründet und besteht aus Bradley Simpson aus Birmingham, James McVey aus Bournemouth, Connor Ball aus Aberdeen und Tristan Evans aus Exeter. Vamps – Dating mit Biss (Originaltitel: Vamps) ist eine US-amerikanische Filmkomödie aus dem Jahre von Amy Heckerling. In den Hauptrollen sind Alicia. The Vamps ist eine vierköpfige britische Popband. Sie wurde gegründet und besteht aus Bradley Simpson aus Birmingham, James McVey aus. Vamps - Dating mit Biss ein Film von Amy Heckerling mit Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter. Inhaltsangabe: Obervampirin Cisserus (Sigourney Weaver) und ihre. Vamps – Dating mit Biss war der Publikumsliebling des Fantasy Filmfest Die turbulente, poppige Vampir-Komödie der Kultregisseurin Amy Heckerling.


In New York City leben zwei junge weibliche Vampire das High-Society-Leben, von dem viele Menschen um den Globus träumen. Eines Tages verlieben sich. Vamps – Dating mit Biss war der Publikumsliebling des Fantasy Filmfest Die turbulente, poppige Vampir-Komödie der Kultregisseurin Amy Heckerling. Vamps – Dating mit Biss (Originaltitel: Vamps) ist eine US-amerikanische Filmkomödie aus dem Jahre von Amy Heckerling. In den Hauptrollen sind Alicia.

The Hierophant says that the Vampires should get back to their old ways, arguing that diverging from these ways led to their vulnerability in the first place.

The Vampire King levitates him into the air and squeezes him, asserting his kingship and stating that it is a new era for their kind and that old-fashioned ideas have no place in it.

Annoyed, the Hierophant shapeshifts into a warthog and leaves towards another forest. The Empress says that she will build her own army and leaves towards the Ice Kingdom.

The Moon silently retreats towards a lake, dropping moon pearls as she leaves. The Vampire King ignores them, continuing to dance as The Fool plays bongos.

Jake, who had been hiding under a leaf the entire time, hurriedly rushes away from the scene. Meanwhile, Marceline and Finn are walking through a field, with Marceline expressing joy at her new mortality and being able to walk in broad daylight again.

Jake runs up to them and asks Marceline if she knows about the vampires. Marceline denies it, pointing out that she has just been cured, but is still confused about new reports of vampire activity happening at the same time as her being cured.

She tries to fly back to Bonnibel 's cabin to investigate, only to remember that she no longer has powers as a result of the procedure.

Finn is confused, as he had assumed that her father passed down genetic demon powers to her, but Marceline says that her only natural power as a demon is the ability to suck souls, which she jokingly demonstrates on Jake.

Though annoyed, Jake gives Marceline and Finn a ride back. At the cabin, Marceline asks Bonnibel about the new vampires reported by Jake.

Bonny says that the only trace of vampires left should be the black vampiric essence sucked out of Marceline, only to find out that it has mysteriously disappeared from its safety bucket.

Peppermint Butler is busy drawing a series of crude sketches of the vampires based on Jake's descriptions of them. Jake dismisses all of them as inaccurate except for the final sketch, depicting the Vampire King.

Marceline takes a look at the sketch, which incites a flashback to her final encounter with the Vampire King. In the flashback, Marceline and the Vampire King are facing off on the humans' boat.

The Vampire King tells Marceline that the powers she has obtained from the staked vampires' souls are making her crazy, and that she has yet to pay a price for them.

The King then asks Marceline if she is truly willing to wipe out the entire vampire species by staking him.

She replies affirmatively, and the two lunge towards each other. Just as Marceline is about to stake the King, he says that there is still one way to save his people.

As a dying gesture as he is being staked, he bites Marceline in the neck, turning her into a vampire and thus preserving his species.

Marceline's eyes glow red as she screams in agony, signaling her transformation. In the present day, Marceline says that they urgently need to prepare against the vampires.

Peppermint Butler then brings out an entire stash of vampire-hunting supplies, which he had stockpiled for protection in case Marceline suddenly decided to turn on them.

Marceline, Bonnibel, Finn, Jake and Peppermint Butler then head out to the vampires' cave, which they find deserted. Marceline tries to sniff for traces of the vampires in the forest and runs into an invisible chamber.

After telling her friends to head back to the cabin while she puts together a profile, she enters the chamber to find The Fool and The Vampire King.

She tells them that things are different in the new world, with humans long gone, and the Vampire King replies that he too has changed, as he has resolved only to eat animals, "just like everyone else.

She then stakes The Fool and sucks his soul, regaining his power of flight. This episode was censored in some countries. But underneath this candy and sugar coated sweetness, lies a rather dark tale about love, and the cruelness imposed by immortality.

People you love would come and go, and there's always more than enough folks wondering why you just won't age together with them.

It's an incredibly lonely process, and a heartbreaking one, as epitomized by Silverstone's character of Goody.

But of course there are those who live it up given selfish motivations, and drunk by immense power that the undead status brings.

This contrast is what propels the story right to its touching finale, which is rather surprising if one happens to contend and condemn the film solely on its trailer and promotional material.

Effects are laughable though, if you forget that this film is firmly set in B-territory. There's no masking of its limited budget, and the deliberate use of plastic props whenever possible, with tongue-in-cheek effect.

Even the CGI is completely amateurish, a throwback to things down some two decades ago, which highlights just how cheap the production really is.

But it contains a decent story, with romance and comedic elements to allow it more breadth in its narrative.

Sigourney Weaver hamming it up these days in various support appearances also makes it a little bit fun, but the winner here are the darker tones that lie beneath its surface, if you'd only give this film a chance, and look a little bit deeper.

Any rating of this film would be flawed, because it is a collection of extremes rather than a smooth average. Some of the scenes or references are great, especially for some older people, while some are simply horrendous.

The cast is great, but the performances average. Some of the ideas and dialogues are incredibly interesting or funny, while others are simply garbage.

You would have to watch it to truly tell if you liked it or not. I never liked Alicia Silverstone, but at least before she was young and sexy.

In this film she plays a vampire that has found a reason to live in her much younger friend and colleague in blood sucking.

They are good vampires, meaning they only terrorize mice. They are part of a Vampire Anonymous organization where they count the years sans human blood, together with Vlad Tepes which no one even remotely pronounces correctly and a bunch of others.

Things get more complicated when their maker Sigourney Weaver becomes mass homicidal and one of the vampires falls in love with a Van Helsing and becomes pregnant.

There is much to be said about references on older films and characters and history. That part was truly emotional.

Unfortunately it wasn't done well and most of it would mean nothing to iPhone people anyway. And who else would look at a film with vampires that is labelled a romance?

Also some of the acting was horrendous and some of the characters superfluous. There were some very funny jokes, peppered here and there, but overall it felt rather dull.

Bottom line: I had expected either a Sex in the City with vampires or a sexual exploitation of the genre.

I did not expect deeper meaning or funny dialogue, and I was pleasantly surprised. But only bits and pieces were thus, while the rest was utter nonsense.

AthenaStardear 3 January Starting with the end, I felt refreshed and positive after watching this. This movie stands apart since most of the "Vamps" are unanimously endearing.

I can think of a lot of movies that aren't like that. Funny to say the least. Great laughs when I wasn't expecting it.

Almost extraterrestrial in some surprising ways, with a sustaining image reminiscent of a few sci-fi flicks.

Pokes fun at groups that could stand a few pokes. Might be a harder sell for some in the "under 20" crowd.

Certainly under-rated at the time I wrote this when the IMDb was only 4. I must say that "Vamps" was actually better than I had expected it to be.

Sure, this is a chick flick, but still it was actually enjoyable. Well because of the cheesy and campy story, but also because it actually boasted some pretty impressive names to the cast list!

And for a chick flick vampire romantic comedy it actually had some adequate special effects as well.

The story is about two ladies, Goody played by Alicia Silverstone and Stacy played by Krysten Ritter who are roommates and vampires!

Wouldn't a better term be coffinmates, then? Living in New York, the two vampires have to deal with modern life and dating in the modern age.

But something is threatening the vampire community, and can vampire find love in the Big Apple? For a movie of this caliber, the story was actually fun and entertaining, despite being as campy and cheesy as it actually is.

Something did strike me kind of odd though. Why would Vlad Tepes be living in New York, that was just a bit too far fetched. And also since they stayed fairly true to vampire lore and mythology, how come the vampires cast shadows?

How come when they cast no reflection, you could clearly see the reflections of Goody and Stacy in the restaurant window when they carried out the Chinese guy?

Or how come Goody's gloves were off in one scene, then magically appeared on her hands in the next, only to be off again moments after during the dancing scene?

And finally, during the hilarious nosebleed scene, how come the blood was down to almost touching the upper lip in one scene, then magically retraced and just under the nostril in the next?

Despite these visual mistakes, "Vamps" is actually a fair enough movie. But hand on heart, then I am sure that you'd enjoy this movie a whole lot more if you are a woman.

Well it was a silly movie,but in a good way since I enjoyed it! It's story of two vampire girl friends living as normal as they can in the nights of NY being roommates, they share an apartment, and sleep in two coffins, ahahah.

Some things they were doing were actually hilarious. The ending could be said to be bitter-sweet, but definitely left me with a good vibe.

No masterpiece of vampire movies, but right for a fun night. Alicia Silverston and Krysten Ritter were a good vampire couple, and I can't say anything bad about the supporting cast.

I hadn't seen Sigourney Weaver in a long time, so it was quite a surprise. She is quite good at comedy, should do more!

If your in the mood for something frothy, let me recommend this flick. Amy Heckerling tells a nice story, with sharp direction, candy colored set design, and some enviable fashions.

It is a vampire movie with heart, but has some welcome nods to movies of horror's past. Alica Silverstone, is back! She is as cute and sweet, as ever, and has the air of timelessness, the role needed.

Richard Lewis, does an amazing job, his best role in years. I kind of fell in love with his character. In interviews he seems like a scattered mess, but he was perfect in this role of an ACLU lawyer, who was the Silverstone character's love interest, many years ago.

Krysten Ritter, just proves she is the girl to watch, I have yet to see her do any wrong. And it makes for fun bit with his fam, headed by the wonderful, Wallace Shawn, wish this guy was in every movie.

Great music. The sweet nerd from Revolution, plays a hipster Renfield, and Justin Kirk, plays a Russian vampire, sire funny stuff. Perfect popcorn flick for girls of all ages.

I saw this movie at a screening and I hate to be the one to tell you this, but this movie is bad.

Real bad. I mean it's not good at all. I really wanted to like it. Well, trust me it is. The jokes try so hard to be young and relevant, but come across sounding like what an old person thinks is hip and current.

The acting isn't much better. Weaver pretty much phoned it in and the rest of the cast if forgettable.

I wouldn't be surprised if this film never sees the light of day. Please don't waste your valuable time seeing this movie. I can honestly say it sucks.

No pun intended. What can I say? I thought I'd give this a try because of all the glowing reviews on IMDb - maybe have an enjoyable 'chick flick' night in with some popcorn and a few laughs.

Boy, was I in for a big disappointment! Whilst the premise had potential 2 girly vamps, surviving in modern NY and abstaining from human blood, while trying to live 'normal' lives , the execution was dire - the acting was amateurish and I'm afraid that Alicia Silverstone is past the age of this kind of role - she acted more mature in "Clueless"!

Sigourney must have cringed when she saw the finished result, she was given terrible material to work with and wasn't able to improve on it.

Malcolm McDowell's cameo as Vlad Dracul was actually quite funny, but there wasn't enough of him to save the film.

Dan Stevens as 'son of Van Helsing' just looked bewildered and sorry to be there, which I'm sure he was - this was not a good choice for a break-through role in Hollywood.

They're vampires and talk like your average airhead teens. But it turns out one of them dates back to the 's Alicia Silverstone's Goody is just that.

Passive and non-violent, she only bleeds filthy rodents, never humans, and had lived many years but fell in love only once during the 's to a hippie radical who, now older, is in the form of a noticeably aged Richard Lewis.

But VAMPS fails on almost every level, trying much too hard to be modern with references to social websites, iphones and ipads; while the constant jabs at the Right is much too forced and distractingly slanted even for Hollywood.

The Vamp girls live an idyllic existence roaming from nightclubs to their apartment and are sporadically summoned by their leader Cisserus, who revives their everlasting clock.

McDowell is collecting a paycheck here, and alas, it's probably not a big one. There's a joke a minute, and few are funny.

The glossy cinematography resembles a straight-to-video release while the special effects are the kind of Computer Generated fare you'd see on a cheesy You Tube video.

But there are two sides to the coin. One aspect of really bad horror flicks is that once you start, you can't stop watching.

This will make you stay tuned in, to see if it can get any worse. It does and often comfortably so. She may have to sacrifice herself for her best friend, who, having found true love, might have a real if shortened future.

If anything else, you'll believe these "young ladies" really care for each other. It's too bad they don't have anything really funny to do, or say, in the ninety minute eternity herein.

For More Reviews: www. Oh where to start. I am busy with watching loads of vampire movies and I have to say that I wouldn't have watched this if it wasn't on the list.

But I am glad I did! I don't get all the negative comments, but I actually like quite a lot of movies where this happens.

The movie is maybe cheesy on the vampire part, but it is basically just like any other romantic comedy.

It is something to watch for fun, with funny dialogs, good acting and enough girlie moments for every teen of grownup on her period.

Krysten Ritter is not only a beautiful actress, she fits her role perfectly. And Dan Stevens looks just really hot!

All by all nothing deep, some parts of the storyline I didn't really get, but it is fun and heartwarming. It makes you think of your childhood, of all the things that are changing around you, the world, fashion, views I had to drop a tear at the end!

This film was a fresh and surprising joy. As it had bypassed cinemas I assumed it would it would be bad, but it was a lovely, funny and entertaining little film that I really feel deserved a better release and truly deserves to find an audience.

Amy Heckerling has conjured an original and quirky take on the vampire myth and created two engaging central characters here, brilliantly played by Alicia Silverstone in her best performance for years and Krysten Ritter.

The film is consistently funny with lots of references and clips to silent and early cinema - including The Cabinet of Caligari and Un Chien Andalou.

A thread through the film is Dotty's Silverstone distrust and scepticism about modern technology and social media.

The film is bright and breezy, but ends on a surprisingly moving note, that left this reviewer with a tear or two.

If you enjoy an off-beat genre picture think the original 'Fright Night' or 'Buffy' , this is well worth seeking out.

This was one of the worst movies I've seen in a long time. I understand what they were going for, but they didn't come close to pulling it off.

I think the script was probably decent until the director got hold of it. A really bad display of one not funny joke after another.

Can't anyone just make a movie for fun anymore? Does every film have to push an agenda? I'm just so tired of it. Basically the entire movie reminded me of how my first project turned out in film school.

And for that matter, how most of the projects turned out - ridiculous. Where to begin The acting? Very, very lame.

The two leading ladies were obviously having a lot of fun during filming, but the overall result was, if not exactly wooden, definitely very in-your-face with the jokes, which, having been forced on the viewer in such a "laugh, dammit - this is a joke" way, had a tendency to go down like pork chops in a synagogue.

Sigourney Weaver and Malcolm McDowell were a horrible disappointment. The ever-lovely Sigourney played the vampire "stem" who had created the two young vamps, but instead of playing it seriously and letting the jokes flow, she over-acted from beginning to end.

Malcolm McDowell as the knitting-fetishist Vlad Tepes aka Vlad the Impaler, now attending something akin to Bloodsuckers Anonymous, was evidently trying to get into his role, but the lines weren't up to it.

The rest of the plot really isn't worth relating. There was love, there was a Van Helsing vampire hunter working for Homeland Security, there were some cute moments.

But it really wasn't worth the bother. I only regret that one can't give negative stars But this film is the exception to that rule.

Her performance as the evil Cisserus is without question the worst of her career.

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