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Comedy, Drama, Horror
Adam is a depressed rock musician who has been kicking around for longer than The Rolling Stones. He and his wife Eve are vampires and, having been together for several centuries, they live on separate continents - presumably to avoid getting on one another’s nerves. Adam feels fed up with modern immortality so he procures a wooden bullet, with which he plans to kill himself. Eve rushes to his side to cheer him up with bloody ice-lollies. Jim Jarmusch’s take on the vampire genre, set in Detroit and Tangiers, is a strange, stylish story of world-weary romance and the decline of Western civilisation.
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14+ years 93 mins
Beautifully atmospheric, haunting Swedish horror about a bullied kid who makes friends with the vampire who's moved in next door.
16+ years 110 mins
Bram Stoker's immortal vampire creation creeps onto the screen in what is perhaps his most famous incarnation.
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