Bloody Disgusting received word that Jordan Galland’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead will be getting some sort of theatrical run on April 16, 2010, and thus was provided with the first batch of stills. In the film an out of work lothario, Julian Marsh (Jake 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 (John 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. The film was scored by Sean Lennon, son of the legendary Beatle.
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