|release date||June 11 2010|
|starring||Jake Hoffman, Devon Aoki, John Ventimiglia, Kris Lemche, Ralph Macchio, Joey Kern|
|tagline||Don't let your ex-girlfriend suck the life out of you!|
SynopsisAn out of work lothario, Julian Marsh (Hoffman), scores a break as the director of an off-Broadway play. The play is a bizarre adaptation of Hamlet written by a pale Romanian (Ventimiglia) who is actually a master vampire. A perfect combination of low-brow humor and high-brow aesthetics, this comedy/horror film follows an eccentric cast of characters to explain the connection between Hamlet, the Holy Grail, and some very sexy vampires.
Rosencranz and Guildenstern Are Undead is easily one of the most straight-up affable movies I’ve seen in years. It’s as cordial and agreeable as that one Asian friend you had in high school who laughed at all your stupid jokes. It’s a movie that just begs you to stick around for awhile, to pull up a chair and partake of the rib-nudging good time it possibly has to offer. I’m not saying it’s an unprecedented, gut-busting piece of horror/comedy. Oh no. But it smiles and chuckles at you in a way that makes you want to wrap your arm around its shoulder and hold it close. …Read More