This is a delightfully funny film that has a lot of fun with classic horror tropes and parodies them perfectly and has a style that almost feels like it could be real. This is definitely a gem for horror and comedy fans and one of the better mockumentaries to grace the screen.
Take any character away from the whole of the cast and no one really goes anywhere substantial or substantially interesting over the course of the movie. There's also no real theme to be taken away from it either. The movie is essentially a bunch of small, loosely connected scenes without a whole lot of underlying conflict. But damn if it isn't a fun hour and a half of vampiric mythology gags.
This is the funniest thing I've watched in years! Viago is a delightful character ("I really hope those guys don't kill those police, because then this means more police will come, possibly even Christians which is totally the last thing we need in this house"). <3
The idea is really good, and that's why it has the 3 stars, because the development, falls a bit short. The idea to start with the documentary is so bright and intelligent, but then it starts going to the sitcom and to the common place of normal humour. I thought it would get me a couple of laughs, but the few references at the beginning weren't enough.But it is a fresh take and very innovative, but needed more work.
Plays hilariously with reality tv conventions by following the lives of four vampires of different generations living in the same flat. Each has their own take on being a vampire, and like with humans, there's always that one roommate who's messy and doesn't do the dishes. Basically, the point is to dump the vampire and werewolf clichés together, and it works. And the fact that Stu is playing himself is fantastic.