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‘What We Do In the Shadows’ Isn’t Arriving Soon Enough

What We Do In the Shadows

The UK will see the release of What We Do In the Shadows (read our review), a mockumentary/comedy written, directed by, and starring Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords, Men In Black 3) and Academy Award nominee Taika Waititi (Boy, Eagle vs. Shark), this weekend. But us in the States? How about waiting until February 13, 2015? Ugh. That’s a brutal wait for a movie that looks so incredibly good. Take a look at all of these awesome clips, for example…

Diving deep into the throes of vampire life in New Zealand, What We Do In The Shadows introduces us to age-old vampire flatmates Vladislav (862 years old, played by Clement) Viago (379 years old, played by Waititi), Deacon (183 years old) and Petyr (8,000 years old). Stuck in their antiquated ways, they struggle to adjust to 21st century customs, like paying rent, sharing household chores and getting expressly invited into nightclubs. Enter 20-something hipster Nick, who Petyr turns to get an inside education on the modern world. What follows includes a whole lot of discovery: from fashion to technology and even a little feeling — all laced in continuous hilarity, of course.



  • Tigernan Quinn

    Oh please be as good as you seem to be – so tired of movies that crap out.

    • Tim Nuttall

      If you have watched the clips, its that funny throughout.

  • mrl72

    So excited for this. Vampires are totally my thing and I love Spinal Tap, Man Bites Dog etc. I know I’m going to love this.

  • AkumajoBelmont

    It’s phenomenal. I saw it at the Cinema a month or so back, and the entire audience lapped it up. I haven’t been to a screening of a movie that had such an enthusiastic response from the crowd.

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