Bloodsucking Bastards (2015) is a English movie. Brian James O'Connell has directed this movie. Fran Kranz,Pedro Pascal,Joey Kern,Joel Murray are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Bloodsucking Bastards (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Comedy,Horror movie in India and around the world.
Evan is a a dutiful and overworked employee stuck at a soul-killing corporation with his beautiful co-worker and girlfriend Amanda and his slacker best friend Tim. Evan's world begins to crumble when Amanda dumps him and his boss Ted hands his coveted promotion to his nemesis Max. However when the bodies start piling up and lazy coworkers become paler, hard-working, and more aggressive Evan soon discovers Max is actually a vampire, and has turned most of the office into vampires as well. Now Evan must defeat Max and rescue his workplace pals before his life and career go from dead-end - to just dead.
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Bloodsucking Bastards is a "B" blood type vampire movie. That's not a bad thing. This film has enough comedic and acting bite to actually represent a worthwhile watch. The storyline is utterly predictable but that's no shortcoming as there are enough lightweight laugh's and vampire antics, to keep the story rolling along. Combine this with reasonable acting and you have a winner here. Provided, of course, you accept this films "B" credentials and associated budget. If you're in the mood for some vampire fun you could do a lot worse than this title. My advice watch it alongside polished Canadian comedic vamp flick, "Suck", for a evenings chuckle worthy vampire fun. Six out of ten from me.
This mix of vampire comedy and daily life trudge can feel imbalanced sometimes. It's a pretty straightforward story with the usual good guy in work environment, his less productive buddies and the disgruntled love of his life. Then it adds literally gallons of corny bloody spectacle. While it may not open with much glee, the unworldly struggle towards the end proves to be ludicrously amusing. Fran Kranz, the same guy from The Cabin in the Woods, plays as Evan, a hard working employee of a company that doesn't appreciate him enough. Instead of being promoted, he finds himself in the verge of losing his job and also probably his life as supernatural forces begin to influence the company. The movie makes fun of its characters in highly self-deprecating manner, definitely not your usual troupe to fight the undead. There's an underlying analogy of dutifully working for scraps, which isn't polished enough at first. The fun starts as these mostly incompetent characters have to face not only their dreadful job, but the titular bloodsucking foes. It produces a hectic cynical parody that gets better as more blood is spilled. Script is well written enough to be identifiable and the delivery from actors is often openly mocking both real as well as nocturnal life. There are lots of visual cues involved, which may be over-the-top yet strangely effectively humorous. Its pace and editing slightly resembles Shaun of the Dead, both have dead-pan sarcastic delivery of dreadful situation. At the beginning the movie feels incessantly rude and a tad outdated, although there's enough comical content in latter half to raise the enjoyment from its stiff opening.
I don't know if I watched before any of the horror comedies, at least in the real sense. I remember some parodies which were trying to be hell funny but they were lame. This movie has a bit of its funny moments but overall it is very entertaining. What is most positive about this movie for me it is that is not boring. As I said, very entertaining. The story is pretty normal, but the whole vampire thing adds to the fun. I don't know if they were trying to make parody of some other movies. But although this one has a lot of bloody scenes - especially killing of the vampire crew - it is not scary but kinda funny. Kelly Clarkson as a gay icon?! It seemed to me that it was that her purpose in the movie... and that the security guy and the other one are actually together. All in all, not bad. Seven from me.
Most of the humor in the film is coming from the office dynamics in a typical cubicled corporate office. I don't know if this is still current or not (I mean, it's all about open space now, right?) but it is still funny. Then there are vampires, which are presented in a really refreshing way. In a way it is a full circle thing: vampires, as a metaphor for noblemen sucking the blood of the working people, now updated for the corporate world which just replaced finery with expensive suits. The acting is not stellar, but it doesn't have to be. Where the movie excels is the script, with the little funny puns and interesting dialogue. While not perfect, it was mighty entertaining.
Bloodsucking Bastards (2015) is a beautifully put together comic based vampire flick packed with laughter, bloody gore, and did I mention laughter. Wow, the dark comedy of this film kept everything rolling as it brought in the "Shaun of the Dead" style feel to it. The graphics were great, the storyline was remarkably funny; and well constructed; the cast were on point all the way through it. This is a very well put together film, highly recommend if you're looking for a good laugh. Finally a movie that has all of the perks to enjoy it! I'm a fan of vampire films, and I really love dark comedy; this film has it all. It was completely enjoyable, and following the characters as they each come into light it was more like living at my job; great stuff.