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Lesbian Vampire Killers Review

I think everyone remembers where they first saw James Corden. Some would’ve been from Gavin and Stacey, some it was on Late Night TV in America. For me it was Lesbian Vampire Killers, a movie I got for free from iTunes. Brilliant.

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Lesbian Vampire Killers follows James Corden (Fletch) and Matthew Horne (Jimmy) as they go on an impromptu trip to the countryside as Jimmy is sad because his girlfriend has dumped him for like the hundredth time. At first their venture seems pointless until they end up spotting a group of girls who are all very attractive and accidentally end up staying in the same cottage as them. But during the evening as Fletch tries his luck each girl gets turned into a lesbian vampire and, like title suggests, Fletch and Jimmy become lesbian vampire killers! Wow it’s dumb, then there’s stuff about a prophecy and a sword with a penis on the end of it, it’s all a bit much.

But when I was about 14/15 I adored this movie. I thought it was hilarious and even watching it now nearly ten years on I still find most of it brilliant. Some parts are a bit crass or a bit on the nose (especially the vampires bursting into a white liquid when they die, lovely) but it’s an enjoyable film.

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If you go into this movie with low expectations you will not be dissapointed. You’ve just got to remember it came out in 2009 and it’s very sexual in a funny way. Lots of jokes about how the girls look and how Fletch isn’t getting any and everything else. But, even with all that, I still really enjoy it.

I feel this movie would be perfect to watch with friends, especially drunk friends, and just have a good laugh along. You don’t really need to pay too much attention to understand what’s going on and I like that. It’s an easy movie to watch especially when you don’t want to have to try too hard to understand what you’re watching.

What do you think of Lesbian Vampire Killers?

Until next time.

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