- MPAA Rating:
- 80 mins
- Ken Jeong, Jenn Proske, Matt Lanter, Diedrich Bader, Chris Riggi
- Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer
Content at a Glance
man has blow-up sex doll; girl wants to “go all the way”; sexual dialog and mannerisms throughout
s-7; references to sex organs-2; j.c.-1; s.o.b.-1; g.d.-1;
people beating each other with boards, wheel chairs and all manner of weapons; sucking blood in neck and even through a straw; a lad hit by car causes bones to stick out; man kicked in groin
man exposes self to crowd (nothing shown);
scatological humor; young people transitioning in and out of vampire state
A spoof of vampire-themed movies, where teenager Becca finds herself torn between two boys. As she and her friends wrestle with a number of different dramas, everything comes to a head at their prom.
This movie is classified as a horror-comedy. It is really a parody with not-so-subtle references to “Twilight” in the tradition of the much funnier “Airplane,” “Hot Shots” and “The Naked Gun” series, starring Leslie Nielson. The lead characters’ names are even similar to the “Twilight” leads; Edward, Becca and Jacob.
The audience was made up mostly of teenage girls who laughed at the obvious “Twilight” references in the story. The humor was more sexual than bloody, although there were some “hysterical” scenes with people being torn to pieces by hungry vampires. The funniest scene of this so-called comedy is in the trailer when a werewolf transforms into a Chihuahua.
This is not a family-approved movie based on the content listed below.