Les Dents de la nuit (Vampire Party) (2008) - Rotten Tomatoes

Les Dents de la nuit (Vampire Party) (2008)





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Sex, blood and rock 'n' roll are on the menu at one frantic bash in this over-the-top comedy from France. Alice (Frederique Bel), Prune (Julie Fournier) and Sam (Patrick Mille) are three close friends who are excited to learn they've been invited to La Nuit Medicis, a notoriously wild party held every year in a castle that's said to be haunted. The friends are expecting a big night of debauchery, but things turns out to be a great deal different when they meet their host, the mysterious Le Duc de Journiac (Tcheky Karyo). Journiac is actually a vampire, and the big to-do is held each year so he and his minions can feast on the blood of unsuspecting locals like Alice, Prune and Sam. Teaming up with several fellow party-goers, the three friends quickly organize an attack on the undead revelers, and when they run short on traditional weapons such as garlic, crosses and stakes, they're forced to improvise and vanquish the ghouls with MP3 players and exercise gear. Les Dents de la nuit (aka Vampire Party) also features Sam Karmann and Helene de Fougerolles.
Art House & International , Comedy , Horror
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Helene de Fougerolles
as Jessica Conti
Patrick Mille
as Sam Polisatokoniminsky
Julie Fournier
as Prune Descoins
Jean-Luc Couchard
as M. Francis
Antoine Duléry
as Paul Lefranc
Vincent Desagnat
as Edouard Slippe
Julien Boisselier
as Régis Spector
Sam Karmann
as Serge Krinine
Tcheky Karyo
as Le Duc de Journiac
Joseph Malerba
as Georges Killmister
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Vampiric comedy from Luxembourg that has a trio of party people fall into the clutches of an ancient and dysfunctional vampire clan. The film has plenty of personality; one could even call it quirky. Sex, comedy and gore are well balanced and the pacing is good enough that you might forgive an overreliance on dumb blonde jokes. Limps along in a couple of spots and sometimes dives headlong into self-referential cliché, but still a fun bit of light entertainment for fang fans. You could buy yours on eBay!

Brian Seitzman
Brian Seitzman

Amusing enough. French, with english subs. Some pretty funny scenes, but the American's are a bit better at that sort of humor.


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