The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)

The Fearless Vampire Killers
Add to Queue

Horror theme

Director: Roman Polanski
Actors: Jack MacGowran, Alfie Bass, Ronald Lacey, Sharon Tate, Ferdy Mayne, Roman Polanski, Iain Quarrier, Fiona Lewis, Jessie Robins, Andreas Malandrinos, Otto Diamant, Matthew Walters, Terry Downes, Sydney Bromley

Clever comedy-horror film directed by Roman Polanski. An expert on bats, Professor Abronsius and his dim-witted assistant, Alfred, travel to Transylvania to find and destroy vampires. Alfred falls for the vampire's latest target - the inn-keeper's daughter. Also known as 'Dance of the Vampires' and 'Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck.'

DVD
Status: Normal
Run time: 108mins
Origin:
Aspect Ratio:
Audio Formats:
Subtitles: Arabic, Dutch, English, English for the Hearing Impaired, French, Italian, Italian for the Hearing Impaired

Member Reviews (5)

nevso
says
Roman Polanski's first USA film a spoof on vampire movies that works even in todays obsession with"serious" vampire flicks. Its all there, the village folk cowered into submission by the "Count" in his Castle, the Professor, with his assistant ( Polanski), visiting to expose the vampire, the snow driven night scenes around the Castle. It does not have the Computer enhanced flying scenes or the "running fast" of modern vampire films but it is all the better for it. Sharon Tate, the glorious redhead beauty, stars, later to be cut down by Charles Manson.
Posted Friday, 2 March 2012 See my other reviews
Mari G.
says
Wanted to see it again after 30 years but was disappointed. It was't as funny as I remembered it.
Posted Wednesday, 3 February 2010 See my other reviews
Brian M.
says
Hard to believe that this was made by Roman Polanski who is responsible for later masterpieces like "Rosemary's Baby" and "Chinatown". Very disappointing to re-visit this but interesting to see one of Sharon Tate's few screen outings.
Posted Monday, 7 September 2009 See my other reviews
Fran M.
says
Fun
Posted Wednesday, 26 July 2006 See my other reviews
John West
says
Posted Friday, 7 January 2005 See my other reviews
Paused... Buffering... Playing...
Play
Play
Pause
 
 
1:00