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Robert Sean Leonard plays a Houston high school student who one night
has a fling with a sexy babe. The only thing is, this sexy babe just
happens to be a creature of the night, and she turns him into one. At
first, he refuses to accept his new status as a vampire, but a kindly
old man (Rene Auberjonois) helps him. But there remains the question of
how to deal with two vampire hunters.
"My Best Friend Is a Vampire" isn't really anything special, but it's
good for a few laughs. And the idea of a vampire in Houston...well, we
know that there are certain vampiric people from there!.
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School, girls, parents and fangs?!.
Jeremy Capello is a teenager who has dreams about the gawky Darla
Blake. A girl who doesn't think that highly of him, but there's also a
beautiful Barbie-like cheerleader named Candy who's actually keen on
him. So his best friend Ralph suggests that he should seek out someone
unknown for a one-night stand to get this get his mind thinking
straight. While, doing his job he encounters the mysterious Nora, who
invites him over for the night. So Jeremy with little help from Ralph
meets her, only to be bitten by her and a crazed loon (possibly the
husband) break in. The day after Jeremy goes through some minor changes
and finds out that Nora's place has been burnt down. Through the course
he learns that these are vampire hunters after them, but they seem to
think that Ralph is the vampire.
The mid-to-late 80s was a time for vampire films (and even teenage
monster themes too). This pleasant little romp is the standard mould of
these monster comedies (maybe one of the lesser ones), but surprisingly
it makes for a decently breezy time-waster if you're looking for a
little 1980s nostalgia in your viewing. It has some generally amusing
moments, especially from Rene Auberjonois' sneaky vampire mentor role
as Modoc and you can see David Warner is having a ball in his ripe
crack-ball role of Prof. Leopold McCarthy, vampire hunter.
Most of the performances are reasonably charming. Robert Sean Leonard
("Dead Poet's Society" and who would probably be best known for the
recent TV series "House") is delightfully good as Jeremy and Evan
Mirand turns in a joyful performance as the loutish Ralph. A fetching
Cheryl Pollack is fair as the geeky Darla. Fannie Flagg and Kenneth
Kimmins trump in with marvellously tuneful performances as Jeremy's
overly worried parents. Paul Wilson makes solid of Prof. Leonard's
bumbling assistant Grimsdyke. Let me not forget the minor role of the
seductively alluring Cecilia Peck (Gregory Pecks' daughter) as Nora. Oh
and look out for a slender Kathy Bates. The variable cast had a witty
script to play along with and most of it was quite satisfying when it
came to the punch.
Director Jimmy Huston does a competent job without doing anything
overtly special, but he gets a lot spirit and odd developments running
through some humorous situations. It can get corny in parts and
extremely sappy when it comes to its closing moral. A trailblazing 80s
pop soundtrack (notably Blondie and Oingo Boingo) features strongly in
the film's make-up with the utterly hip and catchy title tune, "The
future's so bright (I've got to wear shades)" by the TIMBUK 3. The
stereotypically lucid premise (which shares similarities with the Jim
Carrey vampire flick, "Once Bitten") is routine and derivative, but
still it has some nice touches and diverting trivia on the vampire
mythology. None of this should sideswipe your entertainment of it,
unless you're looking for something with more aggression amongst its
bite. I guess you'll know if you're going to like it after the first 15
It might be far from revolutionary (just look at the title and you
should know what to expect), but there's just something endearing about
this campy lightweight piece..