What We Do in the ShadowsDVD - 2015
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LPL_EliH Mar 30, 2018
A quirky and quite funny slice of life (er-- slice of undeath?) look at what's it like to be a modern vampire in New Zealand. Surprisingly, there's actually some amount of plot and introspection of the characters, which just enhances the film's weirdness and charm.
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We're vampires, we don't put down towels.
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Vamp A: I went in to the lounge the other day and there was blood all over my nice antique couch.
Vamp B: Which one, the red one?
Vamp A: Well, it's red now, yeah. If you're going to eat a victim on my nice clean couch put down some newspaper on the floor and some towels. It's not hard to do.
Vamp B: We're vampires! We don't put down towels.
Vamp A: Some vampires do.
Vamp B: Well, not serious ones!
Vamp X: Yes, some of our clothes are from victims. We might bite someone and then... you think, 'ooh, those are some nice pants!'
Vamp X: Just pay attention. Pay attention. Laugh with the group. You will not remember the last hour and a half, of what you have just seen. You will forget... the contents of this movie.
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