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What We Do in the Shadows (2014)

What We Do in the Shadows (2014)
Directed by: Taika Waititi, Jermaine Clement
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3416742/
★★★☆☆

When Taika Waititi and frequent collaborator Jermaine Clement released the film… 271 more words

Review

A New Look at Vampires or Why Jemaine Clement is Awesome

The Mockumentary is one of the rarest but most loved genres out there. Ever since the hilarious rockumentary This is Spinal Tap was put forth by Rob Reiner in 1984, these things have been a source for parody and humor for the past 30 years. 706 more words

Movies

Rio 2

Blue Sky Studios are a bit of an odd one. While Pixar, Disney and Dreamworks have been pumping out some classics and even some stinkers in the last ten years, Blue Sky have been giving us solid animated films. 697 more words

Review : What We Do In The Shadows

Hello Lovelies!

Today I want to tell you about a movie that Fletch and I recently saw titled, What We Do in the Shadows. It is directed by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. 132 more words

Comedy

What We Do In the Shadows (2014) | Best vampire comedy by far! Here’s seven reasons why…

What happens when four ancient vampires decide to lodge together in modern-day Wellington? Well that’s what a documentary film crew, armed with crucifixes, want to find out in this laugh-about Kiwi mockumentary, directed by and starring Jemaine Clement ( 552 more words

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Film Review: What We Do in the Shadows

I very rarely go to the theater these days to see comedies. It’s not that I don’t want to laugh. I love a good comedy! However, with movie prices being what they are, I find that my theater funds often go towards more visually elaborate films and I usually leave the more minimal films for at home viewing. 392 more words

Movies

Everyday Vampires

What We Do in the Shadows (2014, 1 hr, 26 mins)

What We Do in the Shadows.  Sounds really ominous, mysterious and a little intimidating, but it’s the title of a vampire “mockumentary” that was a favourite at film festivals last year, and probably one of the funniest horror-comedies I’ve seen in a long time. 548 more words

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