Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles | Full Movie
Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
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In late 20th-century San Francisco, a 200-year-old vampire tells his story--of desire, love, yearning, grief, terror, ecstasy--to a young reporter, weaving the history that has come to be known as Interview With The Vampire.
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Common Sense Says
Entertaining but gruesomely gory vampire tale.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Interview with the Vampire is a 1994 horror drama based on the Anne Rice novel. Make no mistake: This is a violent, bloody movie about vampires. Death and murder are main themes and are depicted with a great deal of graphic violence and gore in nearly every scene. In addition to the human killing and attempted vampire killing via such manners as throat-slitting, decapitation, and sunshine, a vampire desperate for blood who doesn't want to kill humans turns to poodles and rats instead at first. Full-frontal female nudity. Strong sexual undertones and insinuations throughout. Lestat seems to be on the verge of a menage a trois with prostitutes before he kills them; in another, he seduces a younger man as Louis seduces an older woman. Louis consorts with prostitutes before and after becoming a vampire. Some drinking, cigarette smoking, two victims drugged with laudanum.
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- Genre:Horror, Drama, Period Piece
- Release Date:November 11, 1994
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD