What We Do In The Shadows

What We Do In The Shadows
What We Do In The Shadows

Year

2014

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Horror

Language

English / German

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Synopsis

Four vampires are living in Wellington, New Zealand, all centuries old but struggling to adapt to life in the 21st century. From fashion disasters, to bewildered attempts at nightclubbing, and dysfunctional flat-sharing this hilarious mockumentary reinterprets vampires as man-children. Stuck in a continuous state of arrested development, they are fish-out-of- water with no concept of the modern world. The film retains a warm, affectionate tone throughout, but does not scrimp on the gore or genuine scares either, in ways that recall the early work of fellow countryman, Peter Jackson. Proof that there is still life in the vampire genre.

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15 Classification

Contains strong language, bloody violence

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