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‘Therapy For a Vampire’ Brings Comedy With a Bite!

The Austrian romantic comedy Therapy For a Vampire has just swooped in with a new trailer ahead of its impending theatrical release.

The unhappily married Count von Közsnöm trades his coffin for the Sigmund Freud’s couch, until some hilarious yet seductive encounters with a talented artist and his headstrong girlfriend turn his world – literally – upside down.

Patrick Cooper states in his review:

“Therapy for a Vampire (or, Der Vampir auf der Couch) takes relentless jabs at vampire lore and, most piercing of all, relationships and the vicissitudes of marriage. It does so in an invigorating way with heaps of wit to spare. But don’t worry, it’s not all top hats and snappy quips. There is enough blood splashed around to paint the walls.”

Therapy For a Vampire is directed by David Ruehm and stars Tobias Moretti, Jeanette Hain, Karl Fischer, Dominic Oley, and Cornelia Ivancan. The film features cinematography from DP Martin Gschlacht (Goodnight Mommy, Revanche). It hits limited theaters on Friday, June 10th.



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COMMENTS

3 Comments
  • alwayswipetwice

    I was into it at first, but by the end of the trailer I was kind of bored. Different concepts, but What We Do In the Shadows has stolen my heart, as far as vampire comedies go.

    And is it just me or were some of those subtitles hard to read against the scenes they were imposed on? Needed to be bolder or something.

  • Mehliens

    Austrian cinema is usually really good. They have some of blackest humor around so I’ll definitely give this a chance

  • Brain Rotz

    COUNT me in.

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