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Desc:It's a lot like teaching your grandparents about Twitter.
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:Vampires, mockumentary, Jemaine Clement, virgins, What We Do in the Shadows
Submitted:Bort
Date:04/07/15
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MurgatroidMendelbaum - 2015-04-07
"Can we see a movie of a sunrise?"
"Oh, shit!"
"Nice..."
oddeye - 2015-04-07
Twilight set a pretty high bar for vampire movies and not even the 6th Underworld sequel has managed to touch it so I don't have too much hope for this.

Bort - 2015-04-07
I really like how they've thought through the challenges that come with being shoved into a ghetto (not a slum, a ghetto) of nocturnal beings, and how you find a way to get by. We Liveys (can I call us "Liveys"? it's probably a slur) have vastly greater choice when it comes to roommates and lifestyle in general.

It's a nice touch that the tech's name is "Stew", so that we can identify with the vampires' desire to eat him.

cognitivedissonance - 2015-04-07
Back when I was playing Vampire LARP (sigh), we had a character who was this 900 year old vampire who was supposed to be the leader of a local faction. The problem was that he was the only character in the game without a cell phone. The younger vampires decided to get him a cell phone, and whenever it would ring, he'd smash it to bits with his super strength and use telekinesis to summon whoever had called him.

Eventually, they got him a kiddy phone with one button on it, the kind they sell to 3 year olds, and it actually worked.

Bobonne - 2015-04-07
It's a good movie, and I'd place it near the top of my vampire movies list, unironically, oddeye.

It's really fun.

oddeye - 2015-04-07
I will watch this TONIGHT and give you a 100% honest opinion. FACT.

oddeye - 2015-04-07
also wouldn't a 900 year old vampire master just have his minions call people? Like "Cornell, summon Professor Broodmann at once!"

Prickly Pete - 2015-04-07
It's fitting that vampires and zombies are the trends that will not die...
DrVital - 2015-04-07
You go, ghoul.

Bort - 2015-04-29
My favorite bit is the text message.
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