Bigger, lamer, and uncut: the new, full-length “Lesbian Vampire Killers” trailer


Last month, we shared with you the teaser for the upcoming UK film Lesbian Vampire Killers. Though the teaser didn’t give her much information with which to work, AE blogger Dorothy Snarker speculated that the film will be much more focused on the killing of the lesbian vampires than any fun with the lesbian vampires themselves.

A scene from Lesbian Vampire Killers

The full-length trailer for the film is out now, and it looks as if Snarker was right (as usual).

In case you haven’t heard of the film, it follows to male friends (played by James Corden and Mathew Horne of the BBC sitcom Gavin & Stacey) on a hiking excursion gone awry. When they find themselves in a country village populated by a bunch of scantily clad women, they think that they’ve landed on a real-life Fantasy Island. But the women turn out to be lesbian vampires, and the friends spend the rest of the film running from, taunting, and ultimately killing the blood-sucking lesbians.

Straight guys clobbering lesbians on the big screen? Not exactly the stuff of a cinematic revolution.

You can watch the full trailer below:

The film is set for release in the UK on March 20, 2009, but has no US release date at this time.

You can go to the film’s website to download screen savers, wallpaper, and sound clip files such as “Under Full On Lesbian Attack,” “Hot Dykes” and “Clam Lappers.”

Yes, you can go there, but do you really want to?

You can also use the site to create your own “My Lesbian Vampire Dance Widget.”

Intrigued? So was I, so I clicked on that page and read the following instructions: “Control the lesbian vampires as they dance to tease you!”

Yes, you can upload a picture of your face to the site and then see yourself getting a creepy lap dance (of sorts) from some lesbian vampires!

Is this function really as “bleeding brilliant” as the site proclaims it to be? It wasn’t for me, as I’ve gotten more joy out of “elfing” myself. But maybe it’s just a matter of personal taste.

After seeing the full film trailer and the website, are you now more likely now to watch the film?

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