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Action-packed horror comedy, BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS stars Fran Kranz as Evan Sanders, a low-level, dutiful employee stuck in a boring job at a soul-killing every corporation. Evan's the kind of guy who does all the work and gets none of the credit, but at least he gets to spend his days with his beautiful co-worker/girlfriend Amanda (Emma Fitzpatrick) and his slacker best friend Tim (Joey Kern), so he soldiers on in the hope of one day getting his coveted sales director position. Unfortunately, it all falls apart in one fell swoop when Amanda breaks up with him and Evan's boss Ted (Joel Murray) hands his promotion to his college nemesis Max (Pedro Pascal). And it isn't just their sordid past Evan has to deal with. After his fellow officemates start going through disturbing changes (which, paradoxically, make them better employees) and bodies begin to pile up, Evan learns the horrible truth - Max is a vampire. And even worse... a vamp with a plan. Bloodsucking Bastards takes audiences on a hilarious, blood-spattered roller coaster ride in the most terrifying locale of all - the American workplace. Evan must find a way to stop the evil brewing amidst the cubicles, expose Max as the bloodsucking bastard that he is, win back Amanda, and save his pals before his life and career go from dead-end... to just dead.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

30 Ratings

30 Ratings

68% TOMATOMETER

  • Average 5.8/10
  • Fresh 15
  • Rotten 7

Critics Consensus: Bloodsucking Bastards gets a few gallons of B-movie fun out of its sanguine humor and solid cast, even if it isn't quite as wild as its title might suggest.

Information

Studio
Shout! Factory
Genre
Comedy
Released
Copyright
© 2015 Fortress Features, MTY Productions, LLC , under exclusive license to Shout! Factory, LLC

Languages

Primary
English (Stereo, Dolby 5.1)

Accessibility

CC
Closed captions refer to subtitles in the available language with addition of relevant nondialogue information.

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