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Vampires Suck (Extended Bite Me Edition) [Blu-ray]

 PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   Blu-ray
1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Sink your teeth into the Extended Bite Me Edition of the hysterically funny spoof, Vampires Suck--with more outrageous humor and bloody good fun! Becca, an angst-ridden teenager at a new high school, finds herself torn between two supernatural suitors: a moody vampire and an extremely hairy werewolf. From the comedy masterminds who brought you Scary Movie and co-starring Ken Jeong (The Hangover), this laugh-out-loud comedy will leave you howling for more!

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By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:Blu-ray
A waste of digits. Even if you saw the originals this is still a duffus imitation. It starts out bad and gets worse. The jokes are not even off color enough to be bad.

The actors should have been embarrassed. And who would have come up with the money to back this one?

I am not going to waste your time with the finer points (what finer points?) of the film. Jo I would just say if it were free it would not be worth watching on a bet.

The highlight is when someone tells Frank that he is missing the big picture. We look at a "big" picture and Frank says "That is a big picture". Ha ha very funny and so well thought out.
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2.0 out of 5 stars YES IT DOES. April 9 2012
Format:DVD
THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL.

If your collecting all the movie spoof comedies (Like i am),
go ahead and add this one. But it's not as good as some of
the ones you already have.

DON'T SPEND ALOT FOR IT!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An alright comedy Nov. 29 2010
By Cozy Evenings with a Book TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
I'm a fan of Twilight books and the movies are alright as well. However, i was predicting this movie to be way funnier than it turned out to be. Some parts are in fact funny, most aren't. The girl who plays "Bella" does a very good job copying Kristen Stewart and it's hilarious to watch how the director thinks of other characters from Twilight. This is one of those "Scary Movie" type flicks but focuses on Twilight only - the first two movies to be exact. After maybe half of the movie i got bored of watching the actors act stupid.

However, for hard core Twilight fans - this will be a funny and interesting movie.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Worst movie spoof ever. Jan. 14 2011
By JD
Format:DVD
I usually enjoy movie spook and so much could have been done with this one. I fell asleep the first time viewing it, never a good sign.
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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars  181 reviews
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Movie Was Created Just For ME!!! Jan. 6 2011
By Brina L. Pursley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This movie only got a 4% on the Rottentomato Rating and in spite of that I still watched it because I knew it would be just for me. I've read the twilight saga(several times)and just loved it. When the movies came out I knew I couldn't possible like them because the book is almost always better than the movie. But curiosity got the better of me and I watched them anyways and to my great horror they were ever worse then I had imagined they would be.
However, Vampires Suck was AWESOME! Just watching Jenn Proske's phenomenal impersonation of Kristen Stewart's twitchy performance was enough to have me laughing like a maniac. So if you fall into the small category of people who've seen and disliked the Twilight movies and also know a lot about the series through the books then you will like this movie.
24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great film for all the boyfriends who were draged to the twilight movies! Jan. 12 2011
By Christopher B Klecz - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
I saw this film in theaters. I am in NO WAY a fan of the twilight books, or movies. But, even though I am a sane adult male, I have seen the films, and read all the books. Needless to say, am an informed on the matter of twilight.

I usually stray away from parody movies of late, mostly due to the fact that they are getting dumber and dumber... not to mention more vulgar as each new movie is made. However, the writers of this movie really did their homework. This movie does a great job of taking all those people obsessed with Twilight and giving them a big 'ole middle finger.

All in all, a great movie for anyone who was forced to see or have anything to do with the twilight saga. 5 Stars!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good for Dumb Laughs Jan. 29 2011
By Joseph_ - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
After going through three somehow outragously popular movies and four angst-ridden novels, one would think it was high time for a spoof of Twilight to be born. After all, there are hundreds of them on Youtube, and come on, let's be honest: the franchise practically begs for a good spoof. So I was amused to hear an official one had been scheduled, but thought it wise to save my money and wait to rent the spoof- because frankly, these movies are usually a waste of talent, money, and time.

Clearly from the negative reaction, nobody really liked this movie. But I was surprised to find myself laughing harder than I had in a long time at this silly movie. The humor is well-done and excellently paced, typically lasting five minutes without some gag, and it pokes fun at Twilight in every way imaginable. Granted, most of the humor I laughed so hard at was slap-stick and, in one case, toilet humor (come on, a fart can be occasionally funny). But it was stupid laughs, and I was grateful for this movie cheering me up a bit.

Naturally, these kind of movies come ridden with sexual innuendos, and there were a couple cringe-worthy jokes sprinkled throughout the layers of "Vampires Suck". You have to be ready to ignore these and accept the movie for the bigger picture- it's just a movie making fun of a movie, made by grown-ups who never really grew up.

The acting was well-done, and they all timed their humor perfectly. Some of the gags were outright random (Lady Gaga, vampire squirrel) and others placed there with no coincidence (the joke about Tiger Woods, anyone?), and most of it was unbeliavable and slapstick, but throughly funny. It's almost worrying how perfectly the main actress who portrays Becca (aka Bella) nails Kristen Stewart's awkward lip-biting, twitchy, blinking performance in Twilight. It openly makes fun of Edward, what with his angsty expressions and poofy hair. The movie adds in jokes that you know can be traced directly from Twilight and a few jokes that we as the audience have sufficed (for example, the fact that Bella is a boring, awkward individual, and yet every hot guy has a thing for her).

Overall, it's the kind of movie either you'll like or you'll hate. I fully expected to turn it off halfway through, but ended up enjoying it. Swimming through the vast pop references (I'm shocked Justin Bieber didn't appear somewhere alone the line) and tongue-in-cheek humor (Bella's room has been left exactly the way she left it- quite literally), it's a fun, stupid movie that's worth a rent if you love Twilight, or if you love hating Twilight.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Twilight fan forever but THIS was funny Sept. 29 2011
By Shamontiel L. Vaughn - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I saw the previews for this film and thought, "I'd never in my next lifetime watch this bull." But I accidentally flipped to it while watching TV and the scene with James, Laurent and Victoria (in this film Jack, Antoine and Rachel) about to kill the boat guy was on. When Antoine started eating Cheetos, that did it for me. I had to see what this goofy movie was. By the time I figured out it was the film I'd been protesting seeing (diehard fan, read 2 of the 5 books twice, own all the films, went to Comic Con to meet cast members, have a Taylor Lautner umbrella and blanket), it was way too late and I was laughing too hard. Usually parodies don't even bother to get the scenes right. They just jumble a bunch of big scenes together and make fun of them, but the writers/directors/cast really went above and beyond to mimic every single detail in the "Twilight" saga, including the vampire grimace when they're around humans, the apple-shoe scene, the countdown by the window, and even the clothes. Then there was stuff that completely threw me off, like the Tampon scene, the wolf pack doing a dance scene, the wheelchair fight with Billy and Charlie, and the Team Jacob versus Team Edward fanatics. This was funny stuff. It got to the point where I stopped doing anything and just sat down to watch the movie because if you look away, you'll miss something funny, like book titles.

They really weren't pulling any punches with tearing into Bella's (or Becca, in this film) character. The kissing scene in the bedroom made me crack up laughing. I never knew Matt Lanter was this funny. When he did the "That was awesome" in that high-pitched voice, he officially upped his fan points from me. I just knew him as the brooding guy from "90210." Anyway, great film, and oddly enough, I plan on buying it just so I can laugh all over again.

P.S. Clearly I'm Team Jacob, and although the film was a parody, Jacob's pack was ripped. I paused when they all turned around and showed off their six packs. Wow! Eye candy on top of comedy = Winning!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fangtastic Fun! Feb. 25 2012
By Rock~N~Rolla - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Spoof movies are a guilty pleasure of mine. I have loved them ever since the day that I first saw the now legendary and classic spoof movie "Airplane!". Vampires Suck carries on the tradition of the spoof movie by poking fun at the popular Twilight movies. Now, to be honest, I enjoy the Twilight films. I even took my Wife to see the latest Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn Part 1, and we both had a great time. They're fun little movies in their own right, if you don't take them too seriously. Anywhoos...Vampires Suck is the story of Becca Crane, played wonderfully here by Jenn Proske, who is a high school teenager that meets and falls in love with a vampire that goes to her school and is also in her biology class. This vampire student is named Edward Sullen, played superbly by Matt Lanter. Now, mind you, half the fun of this movie is knowing the source material on exactly who these characters are spoofing, and all I can say is, Jenn and Matt do a great send-up job on the characters that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson portray in the Twilight Saga films.

Vampires are quickly overtaking the little town of Sporks, Washington, and Becca's dumb and clueless father, portrayed by the great Diedrich Bader, who is the Sheriff of Sporks, can't seem to get to the bottom of the mystery. Meanwhile, the mortal enemies of the vampires are the werewolves, which just so coincidentally one of them happens to be another local boy that Becca knows named Jacob, played by Christopher N. Riggi. Jacob falls madly in love with Becca, and warns her about staying away from Edward...and, well, we get a whole lot of hilarious gags based on this preposterous love triangle.

You really do have to be familar with the Twilight Saga premise in order to enjoy this spoof movie because while it's titled Vampires Suck, there's really not a whole lot of vampire spoofing in this film outside of the Twilight movies. But, for what it does poke fun at, Vampires Suck does very well. I give it two wooden stakes up.
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