What We Do In the Shadows

What We Do In the Shadows

By Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2015-05-05
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 25min
  • Director: Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi
  • Production Company: Unison Films
  • Production Country: New Zealand, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 4.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
7.578/10
7.578
From 3,370 Ratings

Description

Housemates Viago, Deacon, and Vladislav are three vampires who are trying to get by in modern society; from paying rent and doing housework to trying to get invited into nightclubs, they’re just like anyone else - except they’re immortal and must feast on human blood. When their 8000 year-old roommate Petyr, turns 20-something human hipster Nick, into a vampire, the guys must guide him through his newfound eternal life. In return, they are forced to learn a thing or two about modern society, fashion, technology, and the internet. But it’s the introduction of Nick’s human friend, Stu, that really changes the vampires’ lives and attitudes towards the world around them. When Stu’s life is threatened, the vampires discover that humans are worth fighting for, and thateven though a heart may be cold and dead, it can still have feelings.

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  • Already purchased

    1
    By Guinnesswrig
    I normally don’t write reviews complaining about Apple but I’m so sick of this happening. I already purchased this movie and now it’s gone. I understand that I can still search my library and find it but now it’s been demoted to standard definition fullscreen. I’m so tired of this happening. Miramax and Warner Bros movies are notorious for this. And what’s worse is that it didn’t get a new cover nor an upgrade to 4k. Mine just got demoted for no reason. So aggravating
  • Says I don’t own it

    1
    By lilmikeinfiniti
    Already purchased this movie and it wants me to buy it again just another movie Apple tries to trick you into repurchasing
  • The Best Movie of All Time

    5
    By another person in the void
    This is a cinematic masterpiece, literally peak camp perfection that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The actors are phenomenal. The writing is absurd and hilarious. The show could only hope to recreate a sliver of the perfection of this film. Watch this if you love yourself.

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