Lesbian Vampire Killers

Lesbian Vampire Killers

Lesbian Vampire Killers

Pitched as a grindhouse-style Shaun of the Dead made through the eyes of Hammer Horror, Lesbian Vampire Killers is one film for which a synopsis seems redundant. No prizes for guessing that it involves a) lesbians, b) vampires and c) a bit of killing. James Corden and Matthew Horne (from TV's Gavin and Stacey) play two hapless slackers who are sent out onto the moors by the menfolk of a rural Welsh town. The purpose? To be a scarifice for the local pack of lesbian vampires that enslaved all the town's womenfolk.

Just to clarify: the title refers to the killers of lesbians who are vampires, not lesbian vampires who kill.

2009Rating: R16, contains violence, offensive language & horror88 minsUK
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Lesbian Vampire Killers / Reviews

Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

The kind of date movie which can generate plenty of post-screening chuckles over a drink.

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Total Film

Total Film

It’s not big, it’s certainly not clever, it’s not a high-point in Corden and Horne’s comedy partnership. But if you’re a fan of the duo and set your expectations as low as the film’s ambitions, you won’t walk away too wounded.

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Newshub

Newshub

There are a few decent laughs and other thrills but it’s nothing remarkable.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Hammered horror. You will it on, but this is laddy, laboured and low on belly laughs.

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