The funniest movies about vampires

Humor should always be present in life – with it it is easier to endure hardships and hardships that regularly fall on your head. You should have fun even at the moment when some evil spirits suddenly attack you. We have prepared for you another list of the best films – comedies about vampires.

Real Ghouls (2014)

Under the roof of one of the houses in Wellington, vampires are trying to coexist peacefully, idiots who regularly find themselves in funny situations. For example, Deacon acquired satellites, ready to fulfill all his wishes in exchange for eternal life.

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One day, Deacon’s servant dragged her boyfriend Nick to the ghouls’ lair, who, by coincidence, was converted. The rookie’s carelessness led to the hunter’s vampire home, resulting in the death of one bloodsucker. Worrying about their own skins, the community members expelled the talker. He decided to take revenge, and after a while the vampires received an invitation to a party where they would meet with sworn enemies – werewolves. According to the results of this provocation, the “legendary” battle of some immortal creatures with others happened.

Original title: 
What We Do in the Shadows

Starring:
Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi, Jonathan Brug

Country:
New Zealand, USA

Age limit:
16+

Dark Shadows (2012)

The list of comedy films continues with this funny and at the same time romantic picture, which tells about the difficult life of one vampire. Barnabas Collins was incredibly wealthy and effortlessly broke women’s hearts. The maid Angelique Bouchard was no exception. The girl turned out to be a witch and took revenge on the womanizer, turning him into a vampire and burying him alive for many years.

Centuries later, the unfortunate lover manages to free himself, and he arrives at the family nest. Fate gives him a second chance – Collins finds a new love. But the villainess Angelica continues to pursue the hero and play dirty tricks on him.

Original title:
Dark Shadows

Starring:
Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter, Eva Green, Chloe Grace Moretz

Country:
USA, Australia

Age limit:
12+

Family of Vampires (2012)

This comedy is about vampires and those who hunt them. In the small quiet town of Bindorburg, a seemingly ordinary Tepes family appeared, but this is not so. The head of the family and two charming daughters are vampires, and his wife is mortal. Due to life circumstances, the heroes were forced to leave Transylvania and settle among the people, hiding the truth about themselves in every possible way.

The girls have a hard time: they have no friends, and extreme caution only attracts more attention to young ladies. But these are not the biggest problems of girls. It turns out that an equally eccentric vampire hunter lives next door to a strange family.

Original title:
Die Vampirschwestern

Cast:
Martha Martin, Laura Antonia Roge, Christiane Paul

Country:
Germany

Age limit:
12+

Night of Fear (2011)

This comedy film about vampires tells the story of high school student Charlie Brewster and his selfless fight against bloodthirsty evil spirits. He became the recognized leader of the class and gradually became conceited. Walking around the school like a gogol, he did not pay attention to anyone and even made fun of his old comrade Ed.

He stubbornly carried some nonsense that a recently settled nearby teenager named Jerry was a vampire. Charlie chuckled at his friend until one day he was convinced that he was right. But no one in the area believed in bloodsuckers, and Brewster had to save the planet himself.

Original title:
Fright Night

Cast:
Colin Farrell, Anton Yelchin, Toni Collette

Country:
USA

Age limit:
16+

Vampires (2011)

A funny comedy about Stacey and Goody – ordinary, so to speak, vampires. The girls are really friends with each other and spend time in joint parties. So century after century passed their “normal” vampire life, until Stacy loses her head from a handsome man.

The result of this acquaintance was pregnancy, which is catastrophically unacceptable, since in the case of childbirth, the vampire becomes mortal. However, Stacy is ready to do anything for love, and Goody’s friend decides to help her out of a seemingly hopeless situation.

Original title: 
Vamps

Starring:
Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Larry Wilmore

Country:
USA

Age limit:
16+

Lullaby (2010)

This terribly funny comedy from the series “about vampires and werewolves” is dedicated to the whole Makarevich family of Poles. One day, these seemingly respectable Catholics moved to a new place of residence on another farm.

At first, everything went well there, but over time, people began to disappear in the village. There was a bad rumor among people that the newcomer family were vampires, and the missing ones were their victims. The provincial village was filled with reporters and detectives, diligently moving their noses in search of crime. The Makarevichs disguised themselves as much as possible under the guise of peasants, but, as they say, you can’t hide an sewing in a bag.

Original title:
Kolysanka

Cast:
Robert Wieckiewicz, Małgorzata Buchkowska, Janusz Haber

Country:
Poland

Age limit:
12+

My babysitter is a vampire (2010)

The heroes of this funny film, Benny and Ethan, were unlucky from the first grades of school – they immediately established themselves as real “nerds”, and could not get rid of this shameful stigma over time. In this regard, the guys dreamed of doing something heroic in order to become recognized leaders of the team.

Soon the opportunity presented itself: they found out that their school was secretly occupied by vampires pretending to be ordinary “teachers” and students. The friends took as their assistant the newly converted vampire Sarah, who did not want to drink human blood and wanted to help people. The newly minted team went to fight evil.

Original title:
My Babysitter’s a Vampire

Cast:
Matthew Knight, Vanessa Morgan, Atticus Mitchell

Country:
Canada

Age limit:
12+

Lesbian Vampire Killers (2009)

This hilarious film is a classic comedy about vampires and Fletch and Jimmy selflessly fighting them. Young men experienced serious setbacks: one on a personal front, and the second was fired from his job. Like real heroes, the guys went to fight problems in the nearest pub.

There, through a lot of glasses of “life-giving medicine”, a brilliant, in their opinion, idea was born – to unwind on a journey . Lack of sanity and uneven gait led them to meet two sexy beauties. When the company ended up in an abandoned village in search of a love nest, the guys realized that they were lured into the lair of vampires. Armed with improvised weapons and the old truth that drunks are lucky, the heroes decided to give their lives as dearly as possible.

Original Title:
Lesbian Vampire Killers

Starring:
Sylvia Colloca, Marguerite Hall, Sheenad Gregory, Matthew Horn

Country:
United Kingdom

Age limit:
18+

Sip (2009)

In this comedy, a group of Canadian rockers decided it was time to start their own band. Given that the Beatles and Queen names were already taken, the guys had to settle for the “humble” Winners. The second step on the road to worldwide success was to be a contract with a recording studio.

At this stage, things stalled and began to completely wither, until a girl from the team of future rock idols met a terribly ugly guy. The reason for his “beauty” soon became clear – he was a vampire. However, nothing could stop the members of the group on the way to the goal, and they decided to become vampires for the sake of “hype”. This risky step led the group to a resounding success.

Original Title:
Suck

Starring:
Rob Stefaniuk, Jessica Pare, Paul Anthony

Country: 
Canada

Age Limit:
18+

Monsters Inc. (2007)

Rounding out our list of vampire comedies is a funny film about a seemingly ordinary American company. Outwardly, everything looks quite decent. Employees busily work in their offices and walk around with papers along the corridors.

However, this company is not so simple. In fact, all of her employees, including the president, are vampires. For more than a dozen years, they have been sucking human blood and doing other indecent things. When mysterious murders began to occur in this strange organization, two friends decided to get to the bottom of the truth.

Original title:
Netherbeast Incorporated

Cast:
Steve Barnes, Darrell Hammond, Dave Foley

Country:
USA

Age limit:
16+

Do you know other funny vampire movies? Add to the list of comedies in the comments!

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Jared Lambert/ author of the article

I’ve been writing about movies, TV shows and anime for over 3 years, and you may have seen my reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic.

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