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Goody (Silverstone) and Stacy (Krysten Ritter) are addicted to the night life, clubbing, hooking up and always looking for the next thrill, all the while keeping a big a secret-they happen to be modern-day vampires. But even with lifetimes of dating experience behind them, the duo realizes they still have a lot to learn about love when Stacy unexpectedly falls for the son of a vampire hunter, and Goody runs into the man of her dreams from decades earlier. With their destinies at stake, the girls are faced with a difficult choice; give up their eternal youth for a chance at love, or continue to… More
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"Cheesy but chipper vampire comedy has modest charms."
‑ John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter
"Vamps sends up our pop cultural fascination with bloodsucking but is itself a bit stiff with rigor mortis."
‑ Melissa Anderson, Village Voice
"At times, Heckerling's script feels as though it's been sitting in a coffin, as the film takes on a campy tone with its endless array of anachronistic sight gags and one-liners."
‑ Todd Jorgenson, Cinemalogue.com
"Vampire comedy has cute moments but lacks bite."
‑ Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media
""Vamps" teeters on the brink of not quite working and yet still routinely lands its laughs."
‑ Eric Kohn, indieWIRE
"In an era transfixed by zombies and assorted other ghouls, Vamps is a refreshing change of pace."
‑ John Anderson, Variety
"Aging is probably the real theme here, but it's approached sidelong and has no punch. Still, only the nostalgia has any real conviction."
‑ Rachel Saltz, New York Times
"A playful flick about two female vampires, city life and the huge role of screens in our lives."
‑ Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality and Practice
"While it did feel more like an extended sitcom to me than an actual film, I must say I found it fun."
‑ Staci Layne Wilson, Horror.com
"Bold, ambitious, but it's rarely funny. Heckerling works to squeeze out a few laughs along the way, but the punchlines are soggy and the situations a little too cartoonish at times, resembling a sketch comedy show about vampires."
‑ Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com
""Vamps" is mostly a misfire, but Heckerling still shows enough flashes of wit and wisdom that she remains hard to entirely dismiss."
‑ Mark Olsen, Los Angeles Times
"The film's comedic potential is defanged by a pervading tone of embittered nostalgia. Goody doesn't mock our smartphone-loving society with barbed affection-she just wants it to go away."
‑ Eric Hynes, Time Out New York
"A satire with much of the wit of her [Heckerling's] 1995 Clueless."
‑ Ben Kenigsberg, Time Out Chicago
"In Amy Herckerling's film, being a vampire is ordinary rather than remarkable - which pretty much describes VAMPS."
‑ Steve Biodrowski, Cinefantastique
"[This] shambling little comedy never finds a consistent groove, but it's eager to please, and has the ancient gags to do it."
‑ Scott Tobias, AV Club
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