Title: Bloodsucking Bastards
Director: Brian O’Connell
Screenplay: Ryan Mitts, Dr God
Cast: Fran Kranz, Pedro Pascal, John Johns
Plot: For forty five minutes an ordinary sales department goes about its daily routine, with a few people being murdered in quick scenes. Then Fran Kranz and Jay Mohr’s son realise everyone’s a vampire and go on a killing spree.
Subplot: The company is doing badly so everyone is turned into a vampire to increase efficiency despite there being no logical reason for vamps to have a strong work ethic.
Subplot 2: Fran Kranz said ‘no’ to his girlfriend when she said she loved him and now she’s not talking to him. This is the obstacle he must overcome in the film.
Subplot 3: The secretary secretly pines for Fran Kranz, gets turned into a vamp and pretty much forgets about her previous character trait. I can’t even remember her dying to be honest.
It wasn’t terrible, but I laughed once during the whole film.
I’ve come up with some possible reasons why.
i] Better on the page than on the screen
The lines and the plot mesh well together, you can tell some of it was improv, but it still worked to a decent standard.
Mitts and Dr God probably laughed a lot to themselves writing these lines…’we’re losing quite a lot of guys, boss.’ ‘It’s okay, they’re mostly marketing.’ Continue reading